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As a teacher I am always on the look out for great children’s travel books. As someone who was inspired to travel as a child I believe that the more we read to children about other people and places the higher chance we have of producing well rounded adults who respect the planet and all the people who live in it.
There are so many wonderful books to choose from including activity books for children about various destinations, educational travel books for children, inspirational travel books for kids and many more.
If you are looking for some great travel books for the children in your family this holiday season then this gift guide to recommended top children’s travel books is the perfect resource!
This is a new edition of the popular Lonely Planet’s Travel Books. Each country has its own page with loads of information about wildlife, people, food and other fascinating information to keep kids aged 8 and above who love to travel and learn about the world around them.
The kids version of the best selling Atlas Obscura this is a fantastic book for children. Exploring some of the world more mysterious and weird places this book will keep children entertained for hours!
This interactive book full of flaps, tabs, pop-ups and more will keep readers entertained and fascinated with fantastic pictures of airplanes and airports. A great way to introduce young readers to the joys of flying.
A lovely book to introduce young readers to the wider world. With beautiful photographs, get activities and maps which introduce basic facts about every continent this is a perfect gift for the younger child.
From Hong Kong to Reykjavik, Ulaanbaatar to New York City, this beautifully illustrated, fact-filled adventure book will take curious kids on a lush and unexpected journey around the globe to discover what makes each place unique.
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