Seven Travel Books for Children - Road Trips with Kids and Great Christmas Presents

As an only child, I had to discover ways to discover the world through other people's eyes in a book. Books enable children to visit places around the United States and the world without leaving thier house. Through our local library, the Sammy Brown Library in Carthage, Texas, I traveled to China with Big Bird and to France with Madeline.

Your children can travel to unique destinations as well. Through the bookstore or the public library, you child can develop their own unique taste in travel. Here are some books that can help your child develop their own travel adventure OR can prepare them for their own REAL travel adventure with their family. Here are the Top Travel Books for Children:

1) Curious George Takes a Train

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2) Maisy Goes on a Plane: A Maisy First Experiences Book

3) My First Plane Trip - Flying For Kids Airplane Book (Children's New Experience Series 1)

4) Train: A Journey Through the Pages Book

5) My Plane Trip (Dover Coloring Books)

6) Trains: Steaming! Pulling! Huffing!

7) National Geographic Kids Ultimate U.S. Road Trip Atlas: Maps, Games, Activities, and More for Hours of Backseat Fun

Also, you can check out Amazon Kindle Unlimited! We read a book each week and I never have to leave the house! Just one flat fee!

Have a great week and plan for the weekend!


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