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THE A5 BOOK REVIEW
Lonely Planet's "Not-For-Parents" series is aimed at opening up the world of travel to a new group of young adventurers, kids ages 8 and up. There are several city books (New York, Paris, London and Rome) and several covering entire countries and continents, but our favorite for kids is How to be a World Explorer. The book is perfect for curious kids and questioning minds. Learn how to navigate by the stars, how to build an igloo, or how to deal with a bear. The "Not-For-Parents" series makes a great gift that children will read again and again with interest.
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OTHER A5 RECOMMENDATIONS ON TRAVEL BOOKS FOR KIDS
- Besides the books mentioned above, Lonely Planet publishes travel journals, sticker & coloring books, and pop-up books for new readers. Click here for more details.
- Another great way to get kids to love travel is to help inspire them to write about it. Any special notebook will do, but before a big trip, consider this special Kids' Travel Journal. Includes sections on planning the trip, getting there, with room for notes and sketches on each day. Makes a nice souvenir.
- A5 Travel Books has chosen to try to help support the power of reading by promoting an amazing charity called Room to Read, Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Please learn more about this amazing organization at roomtoread.org.