Baby Travel Tips: How to Travel with a Baby or Toddler on a Plane
|Authors: Rick Hartwig, Baby Travel Tips|
Sales Rank: 69,168
Format: Kindle eBook
Language: English (Published)
Media: Kindle Edition
Publication Date: November 5, 2012
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In this 120+ page book, parents learn what to expect when traveling and get expert tips to make travel easier. The book is specifically targeted at parents who are uneasy about upcoming travel, may not have traveled extensively with children and are:
o Concerned about encountering difficult situations with their child
o Worried about embarrassing situations in front of other travelers
o Interested in avoiding fights & bickering with their significant other
Given the massive travel anxiety produced by these issues, this colorful and easy to read book is packed full of specific travel tips as well as packing and travel checklists.
All tips are clearly marked and easy to find for quick skimming. Special call-outs highlight “meltdown avoiders” as well as “argument avoiders” to help prepare the reader for a smoother, more enjoyable trip.
This book is designed to appeal to both men and women in order to keep both parents involved in the travel planning process. Several “Especially for Men” sections are written with a humorous tone and include topics such as “Will My Wife Go Nuts Planning This Trip,” “Things That Will Make You The Jerk You Don’t Want To Be” and many others.
This book includes contributions from dozens of expert travelers as well as travel industry employees. It was brought together by a 200,000 mile per year business traveler and father of two who saw that most new parents have been flooded with baby books about pregnancy and raising a child, but had no information on what to expect the first year of baby travel.
The book was written for people who know about Baby 411 and having the Happiest Baby on the Block but now simply want the happiest baby on the plane. It’s for people who are looking for information between Dr. Sears and Dr. Seuss on how to travel safely and with no stress.
Purchasers will receive a bonus chapter titled, “Your Rooms and Childproofing” from one of Baby Travel Tips’ other books. The chapter not only describes key tips on how to baby-proof a room when traveling and improve safety, but also how to dramatically increase chances of getting sleep.
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