child travel For Kids Book
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 13 books about child travel for kids.Hope you will like these books.
book! You know the one. You pick it up off the floor in your child's room and you just have to open it before you put it in the library basket...the next thing you know, two hours have passed like fifteen minutes and you are armed with more state trivia than you could ever reasonabl......[Read More]
Coffee table size.Great graphics.One page for each country with color-coded cards indicating which continent the country is located in.Gift worthy.
Travel the world with your favorite animals—and learn basic phrases in eight popular languages! This adorable boxed set features the first four Little Traveler books: How Hippo Says Hello, How Gator Says Good-Bye, How Tiger Says Thank You, and How Penguin Says Please. Every phrase is translate......[Read More]
National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas by Crispin Boyer – This book took quite a long time for my son and I to read through. We read about a US state each day and then enjoyed the extra activities throughout. Interesting to read what is thought to be spec......[Read More]
Joey lays in bed wondering what heaven is really like. Gabby, his guardian angel takes him on a tour of heaven. I loved A Travel Guide to Heaven for Kids. It has beautiful illustrations and shows the joys, comforts, and beauty of Heaven. Disclaimer: This book was won in ......[Read More]
This was a gift from me to me. More a young adult non fiction on the travels of Marco Polo it gives the reader an overview of the times, the political climate, the geographical and historical facts and legends behind Marco Polo's legendary journeys. Each thematic is presented on two pages along with......[Read More]
“Everything and Everywhere,” by @marcmartinillo, is a visual wonder filled with fascinating facts. Travel around the world, from the Galapagos Islands to Hong Kong, from Cairo to Moscow. There is no story, just gorgeous illustrations and facts about each place. It shows the beauty and diversity of t......[Read More]
A fantastically fabulous atlas chockfull of colorful illustrations. This resource is not only informative but engaging and fun. I would happily spend hours pouring over its contents. Lovely addition to any classroom or bookshelf.
With easy to use interactive pages, kids can quietly spend many happy hours writing about their very own travel adventures. Not a blank book, this educator-developed travel diary is divided into three parts: before you go, your own personal journal, and what you want to remember. Now in its re......[Read More]
For as many atlas books as I had, you'd think I'd be better at geography. This one's a bit less educational and a bit more interactive, but has a good explanation on time zones.[Read More]
Only like four pages per “book” and the extra thick pages are really unnecessary even for small babies[Read More]
This book gives some wonderful information about the state of Montana, a state I would very much like to visit some day. :)[Read More]
The Kids’ Travel Guide series takes children from kindergarten through 5th grade on life-impacting explorations that engage them with activities, stories, prayer, and much more. Each of the seven themed Kids’ Travel Guides includes 13 imaginative, interactive Bible lessons. Lead you......[Read More]