Where, Oh Where, Oh Where, Could We GO? by Tony Caridi
West Virginia is a very cool state, where some sides are squiggly, and some sides are straight. That begins our journey to some of West Virginia’s most iconic attractions. This fun fast-paced rhyming adventure not only teaches children about popular locations in West Virginia; it also presents a search challenge to find the West Virginia state outline located on each page. Designed for children from three years and up, this book will capture the imagination of youngsters and become a great tool for young readers.
"Tony Caridi's book, "Where, Oh Where, Oh Where, Could We Go? Traveling West Virginia High and Low" is a fun way to celebrate wild wonderful West Virginia" -Jennifer Garner
"Tony has done a fabulous job capturing all the many opportunities and places that make our state so wonderful. The beauty of our state is illustrated perfectly in his book. Many children will find such pride in these pages and understanding of why West Virginia is so “special." -Nikki Izzo Brown WVU Soccer Coach
"The state of West Virginia has so many wonderful places to visit and see. Tony has captured those special destinations in a fun and colorful way. This is a great book for all young Mountaineers." -Bob Huggins WVU Basketball Coach
About the Author
Tony Caridi is the state’s most recognized sports voice as radio play-by-play announcer for the West Virginia University Mountaineers and host of the nightly Northside Automotive Statewide Sportsline. Caridi, is a multiple winner of the West Virginia Sportscaster of the Year honor and recipient of the West Virginia Broadcasters Association Excellence in Broadcasting, Network Play-by-Play Award. An accomplished public speaker, Caridi travels have taken to him to each of West Virginia’s fifty-five counties. The inspiration to write a children’s book began through his wife Joan’s involvement in the Read Aloud Program.
A portion of the proceeds will go to WVU Medicine Children's
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