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The Children's Travel Journal
By Ann Banks, illustrations by Adrienne Hartman • Spiral Bound • 48 pages
Help your favorite little globetrotter create a masterpiece of memories. While on the road, this unique diary is a fun-filled work-in-progress. When completed, it becomes a treasured keepsake that vividly preserves memories of a special trip.
The lined pages may be used to record impressions and experiences; there are words scattered throughout to give children some idea of what to look for and write about. The blank pages are for additional writing or for drawing, or for making collages. (There's a pocket to keep mementos in.) Kids we know have collected postcards, maps, business cards, Do not Disturb signs in different languages, menus...the list is endless. 8.5" x 9.5"
- Making Plans
- First Impressions
- Food & Restaurants
- Landmarks & Monuments
- Museums & Galleries
- Best Day/ Worst Day
- I'll Never Forget
- & more
"Less intimidating than a batch of blank pages, this beautifully designed journal offers just enough guidance to get kids started."—Working Mother
"The overall effect is so happy and haphazard that only a parent will notice the organization behind it."—The New York Times
About the Author
Ann Banks is a journalist who writes on travel and parenting for The New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Conde Nast Traveler and many other publications.
About the Illustrator
Adrienne Hartman is an illustrator living in New York. Her work has been published by Gourmet, Entree, Book of the Month Club, and other publications and books.Product SKU: