Exploring Philadelphia, On a 1 Day City Break

Exploring Philadelphia, On a 1 Day City Break

About Latest Posts Sara ProvenzanoSara Provenzano is the Contributing Editor at Global Storybook (Italy). You can read more about Sara here. Latest posts by Sara Provenzano (see all) Exploring Philadelphia, On a 1 Day City Break - October 17, 2017 ... Read More
New York Downtown

New York City – The Big, no… “HUGE” Apple

About Latest Posts Sara ProvenzanoSara Provenzano is the Contributing Editor at Global Storybook (Italy). You can read more about Sara here. Latest posts by Sara Provenzano (see all) Exploring Philadelphia, On a 1 Day City Break - October 17, 2017 ... Read More
Street art of Lower East Side, New York City - Global Storybook

Street Art of The Lower East Side in Manhattan

About Latest Posts Daria SilterDaria Silter is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Global Storybook. You can read more about Daria here. Latest posts by Daria Silter (see all) Busy, Noisy, Fast-Paced – What’s Your Quality of Life? Vol. 4 - ... Read More
Undisclosed Files of the Police

Undisclosed Files From The Archives of The NYPD

Book:  “Undisclosed Files of the Police: Cases From The Archives of The NYPD – From 1831 to the Present” Authors:  Bernard J. Whalen, Philip Messing, and Robert Mladinich Publisher:  Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers, 2016 If you’re looking for a good overview ... Read More
New York City - 10 Most Iconic Skyscrapers - Global Storybook

10 Most Iconic Skyscrapers in New York City

New York City is famous for many things, but primarily it is known as the city of skyscrapers.  It all started with the religious cathedrals – its oldest “skyscraper” was the Trinity Church, which was 280ft tall at the time ... Read More
New York For the First-Timers_ Everything You Need to Know - Global Storybook

New York For the First-Timers: What You Need to Know

If you’re coming to New York City for the very first time – there are a few essential things that you need to know.  Some of these things might pertain to the U.S. in general, and some of them are ... Read More
Summer in New York City - Global Storybook

New York City in the Summer: A Photo Diary

About Latest Posts Daria SilterDaria Silter is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Global Storybook. You can read more about Daria here. Latest posts by Daria Silter (see all) Busy, Noisy, Fast-Paced – What’s Your Quality of Life? Vol. 4 - ... Read More
How to Use the Subway in the New York City - Global Storybook

How to Use the Subway In the New York City

The New York City’s subway (metro) system was opened in 1904, though the city’s earliest train operations begun in 1863.  It is one of the oldest and largest subway networks in the World (in 2015, it reported over 5 million rides ... Read More
New York City - Top 10 Parks - Global Storybook

New York City: The Top 10 Parks

New York City, with its five boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx and the Staten Island, has a large number of very beautiful, scenic, recreational public parks.  Each park is quite unique on its own, and offers a number of ... Read More
Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Summer, New York City - Global Storybook

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: Summer Edition

Its most popular visiting time is from mid-March to mid-April, once the gorgeous Sakura (Cherry) trees go in full bloom.  Then the garden attracts thousands of daily visitors flocking in to take pictures around the beautiful white-and-pink trees.  So what ... Read More
Steve Osborne - The Job

True Tales From The Life Of a New York City Cop

Book:  “The Job: True Tales From The Life Of a New York City Cop” Author:  Steve Osborne Publisher:  Anchor Books, 2015 If you ever wondered what a real, day-to-day job of a New York City’s police officer is like then you will be ... Read More
New York City: The Top 50 Attractions

New York City: The Top 50 Attractions

Before it was named New York, this beautiful city was known as New Amsterdam, albeit for a very brief period of time.  After it’s earliest settlers, the Dutch, have surrendered to the British, in the mid-1600s, the city has started ... Read More
The Ultimate Guide to New York by Seasons - Global Storybook

The Ultimate Guide to New York by Seasons

There are a ton of things that you can do in NYC, depending on the season.  Each one has something unique to offer – from the holiday markets in the Winter to the fireworks in the Summer, there’s much to do and ... Read More
A Country of Strangers by David K. Shipler

Multiracial USA: A Country of Strangers

Book:  “A Country of Strangers – Blacks and Whites in America” Author:  David K. Shipler Publisher:  Vintage Books, New York, 1998 There is no better way to learn more about United States, than by studying one of its most enduring and ... Read More
Utah, Grand Canyon

Utah – Travel To The Orange Lands

About Latest Posts Mila NykMila is an established blogger at Booklynite.Lives Brooklyn. Eats food. Has a cat and a dark sense of humor. Originally manufactured in Ukraine and brought to the Holy land of Brooklyn at the tender age of ... Read More
High Line park, New York

High Line – the Highlight of New York

About Latest Posts Daria SilterDaria Silter is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Global Storybook. You can read more about Daria here. Latest posts by Daria Silter (see all) Busy, Noisy, Fast-Paced – What’s Your Quality of Life? Vol. 4 - ... Read More
Chicago - Global Storybook

Razzle Dazzle Me… Chicago

About Latest Posts Daria SilterDaria Silter is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief at Global Storybook. You can read more about Daria here. Latest posts by Daria Silter (see all) Busy, Noisy, Fast-Paced – What’s Your Quality of Life? Vol. 4 - ... Read More
Florida That is Not Miami

Florida That is Not Miami

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Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard

Arthur Kill Ship Graveyard

About Latest Posts Philip Santos MoreiraPhilip Santos Moreira is the Contributing Editor at Global Storybook (Portugal/USA). You can read more about Philip here. Latest posts by Philip Santos Moreira (see all) Cuba: The Appeal of the Forbidden - August 15, ... Read More
New Orleans - Jambalaya and All That Jazz

New Orleans – Jambalaya and All That Jazz

About Latest Posts Mila NykMila is an established blogger at Booklynite.Lives Brooklyn. Eats food. Has a cat and a dark sense of humor. Originally manufactured in Ukraine and brought to the Holy land of Brooklyn at the tender age of ... Read More
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