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How to Travel With Your Baby or Toddler

Non-Fiction - Travel
148 Pages
Reviewed on 10/10/2016
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Items May Have Shifted: How To Travel With Your Baby Or Toddler by NJS Kaye is a useful guide for all who want to take a family vacation but lack confidence because of having a toddler. The book not only helps one to survive but also thrive on their next family vacation. The tips and techniques shared by the author are not authoritative, but his experiences will help readers figure out what will work for them. The book will help one to decide upon a comfortable travel style and budget which one is comfortable with, will help them choose and chuck options, and life will be made easier by preparation, practicality, packing list, and a pee/poop plan.

I found the book useful and insightful and the author covers the topic extensively. The planning process suggestions are simple and can be incorporated into any travel plans. The detailed information on how and why you need to keep yourself and your child safe during travel is useful. The recommended immunizations are also helpful to all those traveling with kids. Reading this book will help to make sure that one is protected physically, and with information such as where the nearest urgent care clinic is. The book will also throw light on what is most important for individual comfort and safety, and will help travelers plan accordingly.