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Top Five: Travel Books for Kids

These travel tales go far with the little ones.

Travel Books for Kids

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An intrepid wolf who has tired of his forest home heads out on a backpack trip around the globe. The Wolf Who Wanted to Travel the World, by Orianne Lallemand, illustrations by Éléonore Thuillier, $7.50.

Inspired by a book about Paris, young Henri packs a lunch and treks from his suburb of Reboul to the big city. Henri's Walk to Paris by Leonore Klein, illustrations by Saul Bass $15.16.

Unfold this wall-worthy depiction of the history of flight, from the myth of Icarus to the Jet Age - and beyond. High Times by Golden Cosmos, $14.40.

An explorer and his reluctant companion, Mouse, embark on a fun-filled sea journey to Antarctica in this kid-friendly comic book. A Trip to the Bottom of the World with Mouse by Frank Viva, $11.40.

First released in the 1950s, these colourful city and country guides are updated for a new generation. This is Australia, This is Edinburgh and This is Texas from $16.72, all by Miroslav Sasek

Photo: Luis Albuquerque; Styling: Daniel Onori



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