My Taxi Ride
New York City is an incredible place to raise children. Just ask husband-and-wife writing team Paul DuBois Jacobs and Jennifer Swender, who followed their successful book My Subway Ride with My Taxi Ride. They show us that New York is not only a playground for children, but also a classroom in which you can learn just by stepping out of the door. Paul and Jennifer delight in communicating the wonders of the city in a way that kids can appreciate. The joys of the city are not just in the places you go, but how you get here. While they currently live in Massachusetts, Paul and Jennifer are active in Brooklyn Public Library’s Meet the Author program and continue to make appearances around the country to speak about storytelling and the writing process. One of their latest ventures is Nascar ABCs, a book that teaches the alphabet through the exciting world of car racing. CiNYC host Hank meets with this writing duo, who teaches us that each journey is a discovery – whether it’s by subway, by taxi, by car, or on foot.
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New York City is an incredible place to raise children. Just ask husband-and-wife writing team Paul DuBois Jacobs and Jennifer Swender, who followed their successful book My Subway Ride with My Taxi Ride.
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