Win Travel Books for Kids and Parents

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Imagination allows travel to start before you leave the house and even before you pack your bags. Travel can start the minute you learn about a new place or wonder what it would be like to go somewhere…different. Books about travel spark wonder and curiosity about the world around us. They make our travel experiences richer and more enjoyable. That's why I'm excited to bring you this travel books giveaway. Not only can parents win a copy of my book, The Travel Mamas' Guide, but also kids can enjoy a prize pack of five books by Lonely Planet Kids.

Travel books giveaway for parents and kids. Enter to win ALL of these fabulous books!

Travel books giveaway for parents and kids. Enter to win ALL of these fabulous books! (Photo credit: Colleen Lanin)

Travel Book for Parents

Travel changes the minute you become a parent. The Travel Mamas' Guide helps you navigate the new reality of travel with babies and children. This book is filled with humorous tales from travel experts and real life parents. And, it won the San Diego Book Award for Best Travel Book!

Recommended by Working Mother Magazine, the Orlando Sentinel, LA Family Magazine, Babble and more, The Travel Mamas' Guide provides all sorts of handy travel tips. Learn which travel toys will save your sanity, what to feed picky eaters on the road, to even how to keep other passengers from hating you on the airplane.

The Travel Mamas' Guide helps parents vacation with babies and children...and stay sane!

Travel Books for Kids

Get your children excited about the world around them with books by Lonely Planet Kids. Amazing World Atlas brings the world to life with colorful illustrated maps, photos and interesting facts about all seven continents and every country on Earth. Learn about the animals, people and landscapes that make up our intriguing planet.

Lonely Planet Kids "Adventures In" series keeps young hands and minds busy while learning about the world

Lonely Planet Kids “Adventures In” series keeps young hands and minds busy while learning about the world (Photo courtesy of Lonely Planet Kids)

The Not-for-Parents guides know how to get kids interested in learning about destinations. In Not-for-Parents Europe, kids learn about the World Wife Carrying Championships of Finland and how to translate Italian pasta. (Did you know vermicelli means, “little worms?!” Kids will learn about so many intriguing European factoids from crazy local foods to how many baths King Louis XIV took in his lifetime (three!).

The new Lonely Planet Kids Adventures In series includes sticker activity books that encourage children to interact with some of the world's most incredible sights and diverse environments. Each book is packed with over 250 stickers plus mazes, coloring pages and other activities to keep young hands and minds busy.

Enter to win five Lonely Planet Kids books, including "Amazing World Atlas"

Enter to win five Lonely Planet Kids books, including “Amazing World Atlas” (Photo courtesy of Lonely Planet Kids)

Enter to Win!

Enter to win this travel books giveaway for parents and kids using the Rafflecopter form below. One lucky winner will be picked at random to win a copy of The Travel Mamas' Guide for parents and the Amazing World Atlas, Not-for-Parents Europe, Adventures in Smelly Places, Adventures in Noisy Places, and Adventures in Famous Places for kids.

You must be 18+ and reside in the U.S. to enter. Neither Lonely Planet Kids nor Travel Mamas can be held liable for this giveaway. No purchase is necessary. Prizes will be provided by Lonely Planet Kids. This giveaway has concluded.
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Buy These Travel Books for Kids and Parents

The Travel Mamas' Guide

Amazing World Atlas

Not-for-Parents Europe

Adventures in Smelly Places

Adventures in Noisy Places

Adventures in Famous Places


Now, discover a selection of the best travel books for children, recommended by travel experts!

A Note from The Travel Mama: I received complimentary review copies of the five Lonely Planet Kids giveaway books for purposes of this blog post. 

About Colleen Lanin

Colleen Lanin is the founder/editor-in-chief of TravelMamas.com. As the author of her book, "The Travel Mamas' Guide," she teaches parents not only how to survive a trip with children, but also how to love exploring the world with their offspring. Her stories have appeared online and in print for such outlets as the "Today" show, NBCNews.com, Parenting Magazine, Orlando Sentinel, Chicago Tribune, Expedia, San Diego Family Magazine, and more. Colleen gives tips on television, radio, and as a public speaker. She has a master’s degree in business administration with a background in marketing. She lives in Arizona with her husband and two kids.

Comments
  1. Looking forward to the giveaway day. 🙂

  2. My husband and I traveled as often as possible before having our daughter, but now need all the traveling with a kid tips we can get! We have a big list of places we can’t wait to show her (not to mention the Europe withdrawals I’m going through!), but besides a little road trip, we’ve been too nervous to take her anywhere. I just recently found your website and am anxious to read your book. My daughter already loves looking through all of my guidebooks from past trips, so I know she’d love to get her hands on the Lonely Planet kids books as well.

  3. I’d be most interested in Adventures in Wild places because I think it’d entertain all three of my kids (8, 5, & 2). Thanks for the giveaway!

  4. Christine S says:

    I would love to win the Amazing World Atlas for my daughter. She loves learning about places and where they are in comparison to where we are.

  5. What a great selection of books! I’d love to look at the Lonely Planet book because I’ve enjoyed their books in the past!

  6. Beth Blair says:

    May I say ALL off the books? Such a fun collection and I think The Travel Mamas Guide makes for a great gift for moms.

  7. Charlie Davids says:

    This is awesome! There’s no better way to ignite a child’s imagination than to gift them the experience of the world. Very cool!

  8. We travel a ton with our son. He would love to win the atlas. I didn’t realize LP had a kids section now. Love it!

  9. I think all the books sound wonderful but I’d love The Amazing World Atlas because the stickers make it interactive. This would be a great gift for my niece or nephew to help them learn more about the world and inspire them to dream to visit other countries and learn about other cultures.

  10. We have 3 trips planned this summer, spanning 8,000+ miles…I would be most excited about the Travel Mama’s Guide because I need to stay sane with my 6 and 3 year olds!

  11. Jolanta | Casual Traveler says:

    I love the idea of travel books for kids! I hope they will be popular so they keep publishing new titles, about other places as well!

  12. thanks for another great giveaway!

  13. I’d be most excited about having the Amazing World Atlas because atlases are great to learn about geography.

  14. They all look pretty darn cool. I think if I had to pick one I would go with the Amazing World Atlas because the age of my daughter is perfect for learning about the world in general.

  15. Tabathia B says:

    the world atlas because my daughter likes discovering about new places

  16. Emily Erspamer says:

    My daughter would love the world atlas.

  17. My son and I LOVE to read!! It’s like going on an adventure.

  18. The Amazing World Atlas looks great! My girls and I would love to look up different places in such a fun format.

  19. Beth Henry says:

    I would be most excited to get “Adventures in Smelly Places”, becuase my kids will think that’s funny.

  20. Kim Wolke says:

    I’d love the Amazing World Atlas for my 2 daughters. They have their passports and are ready to go!

  21. I’m most excited about the Adventures in Smelly Places because I think it would be fun to read to my grandchild.

  22. Trisha Mason says:

    I’d love The Amazing World Atlas for my three kids! They love to travel!

  23. Honestly, I’m looking forward to reading any of them with my son. We both enjoy traveling.

  24. Susan Smith says:

    I’d be most excited about having the Amazing World Atlas because it’s great to learn about the world.

  25. Laurie Emerson says:

    I am most exciting about the Amazing World Atlas and my son and daughter and myself, would love to learn about different places around the world.

  26. Amazing world atlas would be great as my nephew starts learning about the different countries.

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