5 Children’s Books To Take On Holiday

1st March 2017
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Airport, Tips, Travelling

World Book Day – a celebration of books, encouraging children to explore the pleasures of books and reading.

To celebrate we’ve pulled together some great reading material to keep your littles ones entertained on the plane and throughout your holiday. The books we have selection suit various ages, hopefully providing parents with a seamless journey.

1001 Things to Spot on Holiday – Hazel Maskell

Taking children on a journey, the 1001 things to spot in this brilliant book begin at the airport. Overflowing with drawings and image titles, the book develops children’s visual and reading skills whilst providing hours of fun.

Not For Parents Travel Book – Lonely Planet

Written by Lonely Planet, one of the world’s leading travel guide publishers, the information in this book delivers a take on the countries of the world for children. The book concentrates on cool and interesting snapshots of what each country is like. The Not-for-Parent series also includes booking focusing on specific places such as Europe, America and Australia.

My First Plane Trip: Flying for Kids – Kim Jenkins

Part of the children’s new experience series by Kim Jenkins this brilliant aeroplane book prepares them for their first flight. All covered in simple terms with real life photos, the book provides a step-by-step process of the airport journey. This book is perfect for children age 5 to 9.

Holiday Pocket Doodling and Colouring Book – Fiona Watt

Ideal for taking out during the day or slipping into your handbag at night, this pocket-sized book is packed with colouring activities for children. Filled with holiday themed images and doodle pages, this will keep your tots entertained.

25 Holiday Postcards to Colour – Candice Whatmore

A book of 25 tear-out postcards featuring beach scenes and everything holiday related for your children to send back home.  Each card has a coloured background making it easy for your kids to fill in the gaps and create a masterpiece.

Do you have any other great books you always take on holiday for your children? Comment below and share with us.

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