Bellana Visits Rome! is the first in a series of children’s books that takes the reader on a fun-filled and memorable journey to some of our world’s most famous cities. Adventurous Bellana and her adorable animal friends—Molly the cat, Porkchop the bulldog, and Hopper the bunny—travel to Rome, Italy, in this fast-paced, colorful book and learn about some of Rome’s greatest historical sites, such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilica, and the Sistine Chapel. Written specifically for the young reader, your child will enjoy learning about some of the most famous and historic sites and cities our world has to offer through the Travel the World with Bellana series. Join Bellana and her friends to learn more about the cities and countries that make up our wonderful world.
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“This building is called the Pantheon,” explains Gabriella. “It was built as a temple to all the gods of ancient Rome. Can you believe that it was built over 1,800 years ago?”
“Is that before they had dump trucks and cranes?” asks Porkchop.
“That’s before they had electricity,” laughs Bellana.