100 Places That Can Change Your Childs Life



100 Places That Can Change Your Childs Life Kids Who Learn To Travel Will Travel To Learn National Geographic Traveler Editor Keith Bellows Sends You And Your Children Globetrotting For Life Changing Vacations That Will Expand Their Horizons And Shape Their Perspectives What You Won T Find Inside Predictable Itineraries And Lists Of Landmarks And Events Instead, You Ll Get Evocative, Slice Of Life Experiences And Age Appropriate Ideas That Illuminate Place And Culture Each Chapter Of 100 Places That Can Change Your Child S Life Plumbs The Heart Of A Special Place From The Acropolis To Machu Picchu To The Grand Canyon All From The Perspective Of Insiders Who See Destinations Through A Child S Eyes You Ll Meet Actor And Travel Writer Andrew McCarthy, Who Tours The Suqs Of Marrakech With His Seven Year Old Son Photographer Annie Griffiths, Who Shares The Miraculous Migration To Mexico Of The Monarch Butterflies Tom Ritchie, Who Has Guided Countless Children And Parents To Antarctica For Than 30 Years The Waterman Who Knows Where To See The Ponies Of Assateague In The True Wild And Countless Others Who Are Cultural Treasures, Great Storytellers, And Keepers Of A Sense Of Place Packed With Ideas To Supplement The Travel Experience Foods, Music, Films, And Carefully Curated Lists Of Kid Friendly Activities And Places To Eat And Stay This Inspiring Book Is The Perfect Trip Planner To Excite Children About Culture And The Unique Magic The World Has To Offer.

  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • 100 Places That Can Change Your Childs Life
  • Keith Bellows
  • English
  • 26 March 2017
  • 9781426208591

About the Author: Keith Bellows

National Geographic Society Editor in Chief


10 thoughts on “100 Places That Can Change Your Childs Life

  1. says:

    You d think that a NatGeo publication would come with gorgeous pictures Not so Here is a book about 100 places to take your kids to and there is not one single photograph It provides interesting but brief narratives on discrete places ac...

  2. says:

    Super easy and interesting review for 100 places to take your kids However, I feel like it s a bit restricted because the world has so much to offer and the 100 places they suggest, most aren t even on my radar I m curious as to why the author chose these 100 places over others it did add a few places to my very extensive bucket list, and those sections I read Enthusiastically The others I merely skimmed and placed on hold.I feel like the title makes you feel like you need your children experience these places, not just a suggestion I liked the forward and intro about how giving your children the experience of travel and culture is so important It s not just about where you go You can travel within y...

  3. says:

    Most of the places listed are already on my list of places to go I did, however, like how the author related activities to try in these places In some of these places the activities for the kids seemed extrem...

  4. says:

    This book is as plain as a rice cake and is bore to read if you are not looking for a place to travel But if you are looking for advice on where to take your kids than this book is for you because this book talks about so many places to visit with your kids and family in this book.

  5. says:

    I feel like books like this are unnecessary now that we have the Internet However, the title made me curious The list of places is fabulous and presented well However, uptodate information on the Internet.

  6. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book and found the info about each location helpful and unique from other tour books and TripAdvisor type sites Each place on the list comes with book recommendations for further reading for each age group, which I thought was great.

  7. says:

    Great advice, although I only read the sections on the places we will visit.

  8. says:

    Some interesting suggestions neat to have on hand for ideas but a lot of the suggestions are outdated or impractical for a normal family.

  9. says:

    Kids who learn to travel will travel to learn That is the stated message of this interesting book.A trip planner written by a national Geographic Traveler editor, these 100 places are chosen to expand childrens horizons and change their viewpoints.Also loaded with kid friendly activities, and places to stay and eat, I found this book to be very interesting even for people without young children or grandchildren Highlighted in the book are the Great Sand Dunes and Mesa Verde in CO, the Petrified Forest and Grand Canyon in AZ, and Arches in UT Also Yellowstone, Rush, and Gettysburg There are several CA locations Muir Woods, Sierra Neva...

  10. says:

    This wasn t super life changing, and I just skimmed it, but I found it useful for a couple of things 1 Getting ideas for how to expand my children s experiences when we take them places2 Getting an idea of what our trips in the future might look like, when our kids are older and can understand 3 Seeing what other people think are the most valuable places things to experience in ou...

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