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Take your kids on a fantastic journey with these 12 children’s books (infographic)
Discover new places on the pages of books – and take your children with you.
This beautiful infographic, entitled “A Children’s Book Guide to Travel” lists wonderful places that you can visit with your kids, by reading them great children’s books.
The infographic, by Cheapflights.co.uk and Neo Mammalian Studios, was created to celebrate International Children’s Book Day, which is held each year on April 2, Hans Christian Andersen’s birthday.
The beautiful scenery and history of the UK has been the inspiration for many children’s stories. From the Lake District setting of Peter Rabbit to the castles and cathedrals used in Harry Potter films, there are some amazing places to visit.
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