Kids who learn to travel will travel to learn. National Geographic Traveler Editor Keith Bellows sends you and your children globetrotting for life-changing vacations that will expand their horizons and shape their perspectives. What youwonat find inside: predictable itineraries and lists of landmarks and events. Instead, youall get evocative, slice-of-life experiences and age-appropriate ideas that illuminate place and culture. Each chapter of 100 Places That Can Change Your Childas Life plumbs the heart of a special placeafrom the Acropolis to Machu Picchu to the Grand Canyonaall from the perspective of insiders who see destinations through a childas eyes. Youall meet actor and travel writer Andrew McCarthy, who tours the suqs of Marrakech with his seven-year-old son; photographer Annie Griffiths, who shares the miraculous migration to Mexico of the monarch butterflies; Tom Ritchie, who has guided countless children and parents to Antarctica for more than 30 years; the waterman who knows where to see the ponies of Assateague in the true wild; and countless others who are cultural treasures, great storytellers, and keepers of a sense of place. Packed with ideas to supplement the travel experienceafoods, music, films, and carefully curated lists of kid-friendly activities and places to eat and stayathis inspiring book is the perfect trip planner to excite children about culture and the unique magic the world has to offer. From the Trade Paperback edition.aThe kids got to see the day-today life and practice some of their Spanish with people who really cared for them.a Also ... aThe kids learned about [revolutionary leaderl Che Guevara from his oftenpresent image around town. ... Stroll the streets of Old Havana, and you will inevitably encounter strains of sonathe old style of Cuban music made famous by the group Buena Vista Social Cluba wafting down .
|Title||:||100 Places That Can Change Your Child's Life|
|Publisher||:||National Geographic Books - 2013-02-05|