Take-Along Travels with Baby
Hundreds of Tips to Help During Travel with Your
Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler
Author: Shelly Rivoli
Publisher: Travels with Baby Books
Available: December 2010
Retail price: $10.95 U.S.
Illustrations: 24 BW photos
Web sites: Numerous web resources included for
reference during travel
Categories: Travel, Parenting
Trim size: 4.25 x 6.875 inches
Length: 152 pages
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Travels with Baby
of Tips to Help During Travel with Your Baby, Toddler, and
Finalist in ForeWord Magazine's
Book of the
Award from NAPPA in Parenting Resources
the author of the award-winning Travels with Baby: The Ultimate
Guide for Planning Trips with Babies, Toddlers, and Preschool-Age
this pocket-size companion packed with hundreds of tips to help
parents once their family adventures are underway.
Take-Along Travels with Baby gives parents quick access to
essential information and advice they need while on the go, with
bullet points, checklists, helpful photos, and bite-size bits of
wisdom the author has gleaned from her own travels to four
continents with three very young children.
this slim volume at their sides, parents can venture forth with
confidence, armed with tips to:
fussy babies and manage toddlers on airplanes.
“babytalk” in multiple languages.
Use convenient height, weight, and temperature conversions when
traveling abroad with children.
Install car seats on airplanes or in taxi cabs with any variety
of safety belts.
Babyproof hotel rooms and vacation rentals.
jetlag and adapt to new sleeping environments.
Eat at restaurants more peacefully with babies and young
babies and small kids happy on long road trips (and without electronics).
doctors and medical help far from home.
preschoolers with crafts using unexpected items found en route.
Find a qualified last-minute babysitter if needed.
romance—yes, even on a family vacation!
Special sections also help parents organize their travel details and
log favorite family moments along the way.
See the Table of Contents for more
Take-Along Travels with Baby
traveling with young children universally dread certain
sounds: their baby screaming on an airplane, the chorus of
“Are we there yet?” from preschoolers and the “uh oh…” from
a potty training toddler that indicates an accident. Shelly
Rivoli knows this from experience, and has created a
companion volume to her award-winning Travels with Baby
trip planning guide. In Take-Along Travels with Baby:
Hundreds of Tips to Help During Travel with Your Baby,
Toddler, and Preschooler (Travels with Baby Books,
978-0-9831227-0-8), Rivoli takes parents from the planning
stage to the car, airplane, and hotel room. The expected
suggestions for entertaining children are here, but there
are also tips for getting through long lines quickly,
installing rental car seats, hiring local babysitters, and
more. Many parents will find this guide indispensable on
their trips, and may even benefit from keeping it in the
diaper bag to have handy next time they find themselves in
backed up traffic or waiting to pick up the older kids from