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The Kindle edition of Travels with Baby has landed at Amazon.com!

by Shelly Rivoli
Kindle edition of Travels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide for Planning Travel with Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler

Get it for your gadget! The new Kindle version of Travels with Baby is here.

The wait is over! The new searchable, bookmarkable, annotatable, and hyperlinked Kindle edition of Travels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide… is ready to upload!

Let me tell you, this was no simple ebook conversion! But I enlisted an expert who handled all of the extensive linking and even reformatted the all-important airline and cruise line comparison tables to work well on all of your devices. As I made trial runs with it on my Apple and Android devices last week, it hit me what an incredible research and planning tool this book has become–in digital!

Every recommended website you may need in your particular travels is linked right from the page, and any topic you may be wondering about (airplane bassinets or a particular airline, mosquitoes, car seats, sleep?!) you can simply search for and voila! You’ll see all the results in the entire book listed for your reference. I can’t wait for your feedback!

Better still, the Kindle edition is available as a Kindle “Matchbook,” meaning that if you’ve already bought the printed version, or you want to buy it as a gift for a friend (on sale now at 20% off-click here), you can get the Kindle edition for yourself for just $2.99 (70% off list price).

The Nook Book edition will also be available some time this week. I can’t wait to hear your feedback! If you’ve already had a chance to use the new Travels with Baby guidebook, I hope you’ll take two minutes to rate it at whichever of these sources you look to yourself for reader recommendations. I really appreciate your help in getting the word out–thank you!

Rate it at Amazon.com

Rate it at Goodreads

Rate it at BN.com

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Safe journeys,

Shelly Rivoli, author of the award-winning Travels with Baby guidebooks

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