Exploring Our Exciting World Book 8: Europe is Out!

Well, finally, for  those of you have been waiting for the Europe volume to be released, it is now out! Like some of our other recent releases, it’s not on our site yet, but it is on Amazon. Contributors to the true adventures in this one are Dee Hall, a familiar name from the East Asia book, and author of children’s book, Can You Imagine? Cyndi Wallace-Murphy, wife of author Tim Wallace-Murphy and a gifted writer in her own right, now living in the South of France, Terri Thomas St. Clair, author of the Mountains trilogy of Christian romance novels, and blogger and webmaster from the island of Corsica, Pamela St. Clair Naylon. It is full of exciting first-hand information about first-rate spots in selected European countries!

Here is a description:

This volume, BOOK 8, Europe, is the third to be released due to completion and availability of material. Places featured include Rosslyn Chapel, pictured on front cover, which was prominent in The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown which was a 2006 blockbuster Ron Howard film starring Tom Hanks; Sterling Castle; the Cave of William Wallace; the Reykjavík Summit House (Iceland) in which President Reagan and Russia’s Mikhail Gorbachev met; Iceland’s volcano, Eldfell, which erupted in 1973; the Leaning Tower of Pizza, Italy; the Roman Coliseum; the Vatican; Old Town Tallinn, Estonia; Michelangelo’s David statue with two replicas, one in Italy and one in London; Hampton Court and the Tower of London; Rennes les Chateau and the French Languedoc; Espéraza and the Pyrenees; the Catacombs at Palermo, Sicily; unique resorts on the Mediterranean island of Corsica; the Swiss Alps ; the Castle of King Ludwig II, Chiemsee Lake, Bavaria, Germany and much more.

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