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Travel Guides For Kids

As you may know my family and I LOVE to travel and with 3 kids there are always questions to be answered. Recently I was given the opportunity to review a great new travel ebook designed with children in mind. With 50 pages of color and facts this really kept my 9 year old busy. The book we review was for Epcot(which now we MUST go see). It was simple enough for him to read alone, he was even able to read it to his brother and sister. We loved that it wasn't just a book telling where to go and what to do. We learned great historical facts, saw pictures of some favorites, and were even able to learn how to make the most of our journey. If you are planning a trip any time soon I recommend you check these books out. They can be found on amazon HERE. With 28 titles to chose from you are sure to find something for your child's next adventure and they may just learn a thing or two ;o)
**I was provided this product free of charge in order to do a complete and honest review. All views expressed are 100% my own and were in no way influenced**


Amanda T said…
It's hard to believe I live in Florida and have never been there XD
Jennifer Clay said…
Thanks for sharing!!

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