Find and Seek New York

Sally Roydhouse


When a child steps outside their ordinary world and travels to a foreign city or country, an adventure awaits. In Find and Seek New York a small boy arrives in the city of New York with his family, willing to explore his new surroundings with an open heart and a spirit of wonder. All senses are activated as we are taken on his adventure and discover what is the New York City experience through the eyes of a child. Universal themes of travel, exposure to new cultures, and a sense of discovery are pertinent to the story. His adventure will leave an impression on the reader’s memory to keep, and hopefully ignite a love of travel in this diverse world in which we live. Find and Seek New York is colorful, educational, and easy to read, and is an enjoyable tale for all members of the family. It is an ideal read before visiting the city or a take-away keepsake.


9" x 12" Landscape
Publication date: 
September 15, 2017
Rights world: 
About the author: 

Sally Roydhouse is an Australian creative who was born in a small country town in Tasmania. In a community where the simple things in life counted, the creative spirit was very much alive and kicking. Much of her childhood was spent riding horses, picking fruit, and swimming in rivers, and a love for those days has never left her. Sally completed a Bachelor of Graphic Design with Honors at Swinburne University, Melbourne, in 2001. Since then she has been working within design and publishing, with a particular specialty in book design. Sally had the opportunity to move to Singapore with her husband in early 2007 and has since enjoyed the adventure of living in southeast Asia. When not working on creative projects, she enjoys looking for the next adventure with her three sons Rupert, David, and Jack—and riding a horse when she gets a chance.

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