Kids are no longer left at home while parents travel the world experiencing and soaking up different cultures. More exciting than taking your whole family on holiday is actually introducing your children to your holiday destination before you leave, engaging them in the learning experience that is travelling!
Books about Paris
On your way to Paris? A walk in Paris follows a young girl and her grandfather as they explore Paris. Join them as they climb to the top of Notre Dame, enjoy delicious French treats and learn more about this beautiful city. If you are looking for more of a keepsake Paris’ expanding city skyline is perfect! Henri’s Walk to Paris is the story of a young boy who lives in Reboul, France, and dreams of going to Paris. One day, after reading a book about Paris, he decides to pack a lunch and head for the city. Join him on his magical journey!
Books about New York
Wanting to take a tour of the Big Apple? Hello, New York takes you around New York from Times Square to Coney Island. Emerge your children in the urban culture and community that is Brooklyn. B is for Brooklyn allows children to find similarities between their neighbourhood and this iconic one. Larry gets lost in New York City takes young readers on a dog’s-eye view of the greatest city in the world. Count on the Subway is more than a beautifully illustrated counting book, it is tribute to New York City. Such a fun book!
Books about London
London calling? Join in on the thrilling, fun, rhyming tour of London with London Calls. From the worlds leading travel guide publisher comes a book for kids, NOT parents. London Everything you ever wanted to know really gives children an idea of what London is all about. Fodor’s around London with Kids is a travel guide and include 68 fun family activities in London.