Join Ricky as he travels the Ancient world with his Pop Pop. Together in his dreams, they visit Egypt, Athens, and Rome where Ricky must confront his fears to change the course of history.
Bedtime Stories for Young Explorers is a compilation of short travel stories was written and illustrated by rising young creatives.
Fasten your seat belts and get ready for this ultimate guide to Route 66! It will take you on an epic road trip through six states, discovering notable points of interest and off-the-beaten-path hidden gems.
This beautifully illustrated children’s book serves as the perfect introduction to kayaking and explores the hidden wonders of Ukraine.
Go Here Instead: The Alternative Travel List offers travel enthusiasts off-the-beaten-path recommendations to replace some of the world’s more popular and crowded venues.
Explore the geography, history and regional charm of the United States as you help your little chef prepare dishes from this entertaining book which includes 120+ recipes!
From Nigeria to Japan, Mexico to Haiti, each book features an illustrated search-and-find activity inviting children to discover what makes each country so unique.
Explore a world full of colors, wildlife, and incredible landscapes with Colors of the National Parks, a board book by Jenny Miriam.
The World’s Most Atrocious Animals offers a fresh take on some of the world’s most interesting (and fearsome) creatures…
Fun with National Parks provides fun, factual information about all 63 national parks. Young readers will soak up America’s wild & protected places…
Readers of all ages will benefit from this basic lesson on social greetings as they learn how to respect the social customs of 18 unique cultures
America the Beautiful? is a must-read for any big explorer. Afterwards, you’ll be ready to hit the open road, feel the wind on your face, and uncover something new to love about this land we all call home.
A is for Arches: A Utah Alphabet takes readers on an unexpected journey from past to present, exploring the hidden gems of Utah!
Our Natural World Heritage, by Christopher Woods, explores 50 of the 257 World Heritage Sites. He highlights the importance of biodiversity.
How Does Chocolate Taste on Everest? takes young readers on a sensory-filled adventure around the world, stopping to experience 11 of the most extreme areas on Earth.
From natural formations to man-made structures, National Monuments of the USA celebrates (and educates) through a diverse sampling of historically, culturally, and scientifically important landmarks in the United States.
Follow along as a team of animal experts transports the world’s tallest land animal to its new home in Uganda.
This glorious book invites children outdoors to embark on every type of adventure. With wonder and poetry, color and curiosity, Wild Child will stir the hearts of readers, young and old alike.
Africa: From the Nile Delta to Table Mountain offers readers a visual pilgrimage to every corner of Africa—our planet’s second-largest and second-most populated continent.
Fun with 50 States is like a history and geography class disguised as an activity book for kids!
Jungle Cat is one of the most beautifully illustrated children’s books and each page will give you reason to stop and explore all the creativity that makes it come alive.
In Polar: Wildlife at the Ends of the Earth, readers embark on a month-by-month journey to learn about wildlife living at opposite ends of our amazing planet.
Diversity is at the heart of this book. Written as a series of rhymes laced with the facts, this picture book highlights the diversity of the national parks through lyrical prose.
The night before her first trip to Dim Sum Palace, Liddy tries to imagine what it will be like. When a delicious smell floats into her bedroom, she decides to follow it and soon finds herself in the kitchen of a real palace.
The National Parks Scavenger Hunt challenges park-goers to keep their eyes peeled, pairing educational snapshots of 63 national parks with…
Cinematic Places showcases and describes locations of 25 memorable and highly atmospheric films.
Based on actual events, The Camping Trip that Changed America shares the story of how President Theodore Roosevelt’s camping trip in Yosemite Valley, along with naturalist John Muir, led to the creation of protected lands within the United States.
For many, the idea of running away from home in search of a new life is a childhood right of passage. For Sam Gribley, it’s more than just an idea—he’s really doing it!
When Dan has the opportunity to take a class trip to Europe, an exciting new world is opened up to him and it seems that growing up may not be so bad after all.
Nomads: Life on the Move introduces readers to seven nomadic tribes that are still active today. The book captures both the joys and hardships the tribes face.
This year, in honor of Multicultural Children’s Book Day, we are reviewing Sumo Joe, written by Mia Wenjen and illustrated by Nat Iwata.
Travel from Egypt to France to Japan, with this colorful collection of board books from Barefoot Books!
Join 10-year-old Doyli as she sets out to rescue orphaned monkeys from her island home in the Amazon…
A wise man teaches his seven sons how to build a Mongolian tent house (called a ger), using nature as his model.
In honor of Multicultural Children’s Book Day, we are sharing Lena and the Burning of Greenwood, the first title from our Beauty in Diversity collection—stories sharing the rich (and sometimes tragic) cultural heritage of our world.
A fantastical series written for young adults, Strangeworlds Travel Agency is enough to get anyone excited about travel.
First published in 1939, this beloved story follows a little orphan girl named Madeline on her daily adventures in Paris.
That One Green Tile is the story of a little girl who learns that somewhere in the world is another little girl who looks just like her.
Cory Lee (founder of the award-winning accessible travel blog Curb Free with Cory Lee) co-authors the new book, “Let’s Explore with Cor Cor” proving that no one is bound by their circumstances.
Walk This Underground World with this 2-dimensional journey and learn about life and history happening right beneath the Earth’s surface.
This collection of fairy tales, written by Finnish author Tove Jansson, is a staple for the children of Finland.
Traveling the World with Mom shares the excitement of travel with a whole new generation.
Hidden Wonders by Lonely Planet Kids—from the beautiful raised cover to the hidden secrets found within, this informative and engaging book is likely to infect everyone with the travel bug…
This is the World will take you on an exciting escapade, city-hopping from London to Hong Kong, Sydney to San Francisco. Uncover the charm of some of the…
The Airport Book is the first in our new series, Books Beyond Borders. It introduces kids to airports and helps them find the fun in air travel…