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The Airport Book

The Airport Book

The Airport Book
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About the Book

The Airport Book, by Lisa Brown, is first in our new “Books Beyond Borders” series. It introduces you to something that may become very familiar if you plan on traveling far away. Airports can be scary when you don’t know what to expect, but this book will help you understand how they work. It will help take away any jitters you might have about getting on that airplane.

In this book, Brown takes you through all the little details from getting your tickets, to going through the x-ray machine, and boarding your plane. She even describes what it will be like once you’re up in the air and what to do once you’ve arrived at your destination. It’s enough to get anyone excited about travel, and you’ll love the colorful pictures that accompany her story!

About the Author

Lisa Brown is a New York Times bestselling illustrator, award-winning author and cartoonist. She lives with her husband—who is rumored to be Lemony Snicket—and teenage son in San Francisco, where she teaches in the illustration department of the California College of the Arts.

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At Travelnitch, we create opportunities for shared learning, so parents and children can explore the world together.

We deliver new and exciting experiences to encourage dialogue and provoke curiosity. For that reason, we have three primary goals: – Strengthen the bond between parent and child through a shared love of travel. – Forge a more meaningful connection between kids and the world around them. – Promote creative learning to inspire a lifelong passion for exploration.

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Travel plays such an important role in our lives. It has the ability to change us for the better. It’s an experiential education that teaches us how to feel, think, act, and react in positive ways. Travel fosters creativity, builds confidence, and teaches us all to be more tolerant. My own kids benefit from travel every time we hit the open road. No amount of money can buy those life lessons.

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