Molly Goes to Rio de Janeiro, like the rest of the series, is educational and encourages readers to travel and discover new things. The illustrations are adorable and colorful, and they capture the essence and spirit of the place beautifully. All school libraries and public libraries should have this book.”
Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite

“Our daughter is delighted with the books! Of course, she wants to now follow Molly and Michael everywhere they go. We LOVE the way they bring other countries, cultures, and cuisines ALIVE!”
— Parent

“Molly and the Magic Suitcase is a great read for young children. Visually, it is stunning but more importantly, it imparts knowledge to the child in an absorbing way. By putting Molly as the person asking the questions, there is nothing obvious about the learning here – and this is the true beauty of the book. The whole story is a fantastic mix of learning and enjoyment and a perfect addition for any child’s bookcase.”
–Steven Smith for Inkspand

“Both the artwork and the informative text are first-rate. Although its target audience is children, it is not at all condescending and, thus, the kind of book parents and grandparents will enjoy sharing with their kids.”
— Joe Dutton, Former English Teacher

“I really enjoyed reading Molly and Michael’s adventures in Rome, and I think any child K through Third Grade would enjoy it much more than me! The story is fun, interesting, and enjoyable. The pictures are colorful and eye-catching, and do an amazing job of reinforcing the story. A child could easily look at the pictures and tell the story. Molly and Michael’s story will help your child’s imagination soar as you read Molly and the Magic Suitcase: Molly Goes to Rome by Chris Oler to them. Add this book to your library today!”
— Joy Hannabass for Readers’ Favorite

“[My daughter] was fascinated with the books! We would highly recommend these books to supplement your geography lessons (for teachers and homeschoolers), and to share the love of travel with your kids (for parents). The illustrations are bright and adorable, and sure to keep your child’s attention. The books are endearing and kids will get a kick out of them!”

“Exploring the world and expanding a child’s horizons are the focus of these books. From historical cities to local foods, customs, and languages, geography becomes a magical learning ride with the easy text and colorful illustrations. What I love most about this book: It’s short and sweet, written in a conversational tone that gets to the point and keeps it interesting. Having been both to Rome and Barcelona, I appreciate the care the author and illustrator took in maintaining the authenticity of their beautiful landmarks.”
Behavioral Child

Molly Goes to Barcelona is a very well illustrated and well-written children’s book. The dialogue was very easy to follow, and children should have no trouble reading it on their own. Overall, an amazing depiction of Barcelona paired with targeted writing and illustration for children!”
–Jenell Diegor for Inkspand

“This story has a lovely educational theme and is an excellent concept for children that will help them widen their perspective. The book is delightfully executed to attract children. The text is matched with bright and colorful illustrations that make it easy for a child to comprehend. The illustrations are like a dream. The book covers every aspect of Thailand and by the time readers finish reading, they will have a complete and thorough knowledge of the place.”
Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite

[Molly Goes to Barcelona] is the second book I have read in this series, and I love them both. The story is fun and interesting as well as being very educational because it teaches children about the culture in other countries. The vivid illustrations are colorful and beautiful and a child can easily tell the story just by looking at the pictures. This is a very well written book, with a valuable teaching lesson for children K through third grade. I encourage you to pick up a copy for you and your child to enjoy. And I would also encourage you to make sure your school library has copies of this book as well.”
— Joy Hannabass for Readers’ Favorite