Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane … Whichever city or part of Australia your family plans to visit, make sure you have the Kids' Travel Guide — Australia. A unique travel guide and activity book in one, it’s the fun way to discover Australia!
All about Australia, especially for kids—geography, fascinating history, and flags and symbols, as well as culture, food, and even Australian animals and sports!
Fun, educational, and engaging—Leonardo, your kids’ tour guide, will take them on a journey through Australia and keep them interested with fun facts, “juicy information,” quizzes, special tasks, coloring pages, and their own travel diary.
A bonus for parents—As a parent, you are invited to participate in your children’s activities or to find an available bench and relax while your kids learn and enjoy.
A personal book that becomes your children’s souvenir of the trip—When you return home, the guidebook and diary will become a memoir of your Australian vacation that the whole family can treasure for a lifetime.
Now available for e-book readers too! Kids’ Travel Guide — Australia is an interactive travel book that includes quizzes, tasks, coloring pages, a travel diary, and much more. While the print edition provides the most complete experience, you can now combine it with the e-book to engage kids fully. Take advantage of this special offer: Download the e-book FREE with the purchase of the print edition!
More fun adventures—The Kids’ Travel Guide series includes many more destinations: Spain, France, Paris, Italy, Rome, Thailand, Bangkok, United Kingdom, London, United States, San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, New York City, and more.
Choose from country guides or city guides—or get both in one combined edition.
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Accidental Medical Discoveries is an entertaining and enlightening look at the creation of 25 medical inventions that have changed the world unintentionally. The book is presented in a lively and engaging way, and will appeal to a wide variety of readers, from history buffs to trivia fanatics to those in the medical profession.