The Children's Travel Journal (spiral) by Ann BanksThe Children's Travel Journal (spiral) by Ann Banks

The Children's Travel Journal (spiral)

byAnn Banks

Other | November 30, 2004

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Your favorite little globetrotter will create a masterpiece of memories with The Children's Travel Journal. 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.

TOPICS include: Calendar * Making Plans * The Destination * First Impressions * People * Food & Restaurants * Money * Landmarks & Monuments * Museums & Galleries * Best Day / Worst Day * I'll Never Forget & more

SPECIAL FEATURES: Fits easily into a backpack * Plastic cover for durability * Pocket for mementos * Heavy paper stock
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.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.
Title:The Children's Travel Journal (spiral)Format:OtherDimensions:48 pages, 9.6 × 8.81 × 0.56 inPublished:November 30, 2004Publisher:New York Review Books

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0964126206

ISBN - 13:9780964126206

Appropriate for ages: 6 - 16

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From Our Editors

This fun and attractive journal offers kids the guidance they need to get the most out of travel experiences. Spiral-bound with a plastic cover and ribbon closure, The Children’s Travel Journal offers topic pages to help young travellers observe their surroundings and organize their experiences. It also encourages them to add drawings and paste souvenirs inside. A storage pocket holds small treasures and mementos such as ticket stubs and coins. This work-in-progress throughout the tip will become a cherished keepsake to preserve their memories over the years.

Editorial Reviews

"My tween-age daughter fell in love with this spiral-bound, black-and-white diary on sight....I like that the pages are made from cardstock and the cover is clear plastic with an elastic fastener — the book is meant to last, since it’s preserving important vacation memories." --Practical Travel Gear