ITALY ADVENTURE – a fun Kids Activity Book including the action-packed story, “Olive Oil Operation in Italy”.
What do Ren and Rome discover about the strange olive oil bottles in a restaurant in Milan? Where does Ilario, the son of a Venetian Gondolier take them to, to solve the mystery? What cheese do you eat with maggots in it? What happens in the catacombs in Rome? What kind of unusual vending machine do they discover? What is hidden in the painting of the Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci? What is the Trevi fountain in Milan filled with? Find out the answers to all these questions in Italy Adventure.
Italy Adventure includes over 50 learning and activity pages plus a 35 page adventure story which takes place in five cities in Italy! 🇮🇹 Ren, Rome, Jake and Libby need to figure out why the olive oil bottles in a Milanese restaurant get empty so fast. What could be hiding in those bottles?
After an encounter with a man with a wolf tattoo in the catacombs of Rome, and a visit to an olive farm in Florence, Ilario, a local Italian boy whose father is a gondolier, takes them to Murano, where the glass blowers of Venice help solve the mystery!
There are clues to solve, puzzles, crafts, jokes to tell, and lots of fun learning and activities all in one awesome Italy Adventure book!
Our books are for ages 7 to 12 and take a week or two to complete.
CIAO, HELLO TO MY FRIENDS FROM AROUND THE WORLD! I am ILARIO and I live in Venice, Italy. My father is a gondolier and I too am learning the skill. I love to ﬂoat on the Venice canals, see all the historic places and think about all that has happened here in the past! Welcome to my country!
I will enjoy showing you around our beautiful city. If you look on a map, you will see that my country is shaped like a boot. There are also two islands that are part of Italy – Sicily near the toe of the boot is the biggest island in the Mediterranean. Sardinia is smaller with amazing beaches and mountains. I love to travel there on vacation.
The carriage was rather full and I was standing near the doors as they closed. I nearly jumped through the roof as the girl standing next to me screamed! I glanced up in time to see a lady jump off the train just as the doors were closing. She threw a wallet back into the compartment. The wallet belonged to the screamer and she snatched it up, dismayed to find that her Euros were gone. I was happy that she still had her credit cards and passport!
I cast her a sympathetic glance and decided to be very aware of what was going on around me. I patted my money belt under my shirt.
The train station in Milan is awesome! It’s really old and historic with a beautiful curved glass roof above stone walls. Dad told us that for every church in Rome, there is a bank in Milan. That seemed to be true as we passed a bank on every block! There were tons of restaurants too. I was looking forward to trying some Milanese cuisine.
Meet Ilario, your tour guide!
Discover the mysteries of Italy!
Clues and Puzzles
Tons of Fun Activities!