11 Awesome Travel Books for Kids
Blog - March 21, 2021

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We love traveling. I grew up in Europe and moved to the United States when I was 8 years-old. Before then, I spent summers in Greece with my Yia Yia. We drove through Italy and I had been to Spain and France before 7 years of age. We traveled a lot.

My father is Greek and my mother is English. My husband is French so that makes us a diverse family being first generation Americans.

It’s always been important in my family to travel. Whether it’s to a new park in another city or hopping on a ferry to go to another country. We always wanted to see the world and it’s different cultures.

statue outside Hilton Sedona

With Covid this year, we were stuck. My mental health suffered and I needed to take a vacation by myself during the pandemic.

hiking in Sedona

The boys did a lot of hiking and we just took road trips within the state of Arizona. It was fun, but not the same as discovering the world.

But still the boys still love discovering travel, even if it’s on the television or in a book. We have the Kid’s travel Journal and travel coloring books. My boys still refer to their First Words in French book.

Children’s travel books cater to their imaginative minds and open their world up with fun facts and famous landmarks. They love reading about Hong Kong and New York City.

Give them an atlas of adventures or a collection of natural wonders and they are happy. Kids love picture books too as they have vivid imaginations.

We have been traveling through books lately and I’ve found some really great ones. Check out some children’s books about travel.

11 Awesome Travel Books for Kids

  1. Mona Lisa in New York
  2. Great Rivers of the World 
  3. Antarctica: A Continent of Wonder
  4. The Lonely Planet Kids Travel Book: A journey through every country in the world
  5. The Cities Book
  6. Amazing World Atlas: Bringing the World to Life
  7. Hidden Wonders
  8. America’s National Parks
  9. Not For Parents How to be a World Explorer
  10. Around the World in 50 Ways
  11. Pop-up New York

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