Dodsworth in Rome
by Tim Egan
(Childrens Fiction) - Dodsworth and his duck companion have a lovely time in Rome, even though the duck tries to improve the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and takes all the coins from the Trevi Fountain.
Madeline in London
by Ludwig Bemelmans
(Childrens Fiction) - When the Ambassador moves to London, the twelve little girls go to visit his son, Madeline has an adventure on a horse, and the horse returns to Paris with the girls.
City Atlas: Travel the World with 30 City Maps
by Georgia Cherry
(Childrens Nonfiction) - Take a tour of Toronto, look around Lisbon or hot-foot it to Helsinki with this global adventure in a book! 30 best-loved cities from around the world are brought to life with illustrations by Martin Haake, which show in fabulous detail key landmarks, famous people, iconic buildings and cultural icons for all the family to enjoy. A search-and-find game on every page helps young readers to explore every city and spot the hundreds of details that makes each place unique.
Julia and the Art of Practical Travel
by Lesley M. M. Blume
(Childrens Fiction) - In 1968, eleven-year-old Julia and her Aunt Constance are forced to sell their family home, Windy Ridge, in New York's Hudson Valley and embark on a cross-country automobile trip in search of Julia's mother, bringing only three travel trunks and some "practical travel things."
Around the World We Go!
by Margaret Brown Wise
(Childrens Nonfiction) - It's time to travel the world! Sing, dance, and play with children of other cultures.
The travel book : a journey through every country
by Malcolm Croft
(Childrens Nonfiction) - Covering every country in the world, provides facts about the wildlife, lifestyle, sports, food, and festivals of each.