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The love of travel can be sparked at an early age through books.

Whether read alongside snuggles at bedtime, or in the airplane ready to take off, books can unlock a child’s curiosity while teaching them about the world. Here are a few of our favorites that take little ones on travel adventures near and afar.

A Dr. Seuss classic, this book not only encourages adventures but is also the perfect gift to welcome a newborn or for a birthday.

A sweet reminder that no matter where you travel, you will always be connected to your family. This book is one of our top gift recommendations for young kids or new parents.


This book beautifully illustrates that the concept of “home”is more than just a place, but rather, a feeling. Home could be a house in the country, an apartment in the city, on the road or even on the sea.

Kids will be inspired by the inventiveness, beauty and diversity of the United States in this curious collection of fact-filled maps.

The All Aboard! board book series celebrates the unique qualities of places around the globe, and we’re especially fans of this introduction to national parks. Consider this when looking for the perfect souvenir or building a geography collection for tots.


Paris-Chien: Adventures of an Ex-Pat Dog

by Jackie Clark Mancuso

This book’s message about embracing change when moving to or visiting a new city will spark courage alongside a desire to learn a new language.

Backyard Explorer

by Lonely Planet Kids

The best adventures start at home. Through this book kids learn that you don’t need to trek to the South Pole or hack your way through a rainforest to explore our wonderful world.

This coloring book features gorgeous designs of the sights and scenes for an epic American road trip. Who knows, it may spark inspiration for your family’s next adventure!

What are some of your favorite travel books for kids? Let us know in the comments!

We hope you love the books on our list. Away Weego may at times use affiliate links to share products sold by others, but always offers genuine editorial recommendations.

February 21, 2017