Travel the world, from the plains of Africa to the Great Wall of China, in the Anywhere-Anyplace Machine along with the Berenstain Bears, in this lively addition to the classic New York Times best-selling series. Simultaneous. 50,000 first printing.
Sweet Child Born in Texas, the first of a series of books about the fifty states, depicts the rich culture and history of the state of Texas. With its rich verse and pictures, children will learn about the state symbols, Texas' famous six flags, and most of all, the pride of being a Texan.
Thirteen-year-old E.D. Applewhite, still reeling from her bewildering kiss with former bad boy Jake, embarks on a cross-country road trip in a wildly painted school bus with her eccentric, highly creative family, as they compete in an art educational quest for a big cash prize
When her father has a successful art show, Lola is ecstatic to learn that their family will visit her favorite aunt in Peru, where she and Ben discover the wonderful adventures to be found in Lima while struggling to stay out of trouble. Simultaneous and eBook.
Second-grade Asian-American student Alvin Ho takes his fears to a whole new level while visiting relatives in China, where he struggles with unfamiliar foods, crowds, kung fu lessons and acupuncture. Illustrated by the artist of the best-selling Grace for President. Simultaneous eBook.
Published to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the original classic tale, a latest entry in the new chapter book series finds young Amelia Bedelia accompanying her parents on an eventful road trip marked by her literal interpretations of everything they encounter. Simultaneous. 75,000 first printing.
Planning what she dreams will be the perfect European tour with her best friend, 19-year-old Sydney finds her vacation challenged by a cheating boyfriend, an unexpected crush and her mother's deteriorating mental health. By the best-selling author of Fishbowl. Simultaneous eBook. 75,000 first printing.
Fourteen-year-old Avery Armisted and sixteen-year-old Kayla Butts, once good friends, begrudgingly travel to Spain together for a summer vacation where they uncover a secret their families kept hidden from them their entire lives.
During an educational trip to London, away from her friends and the boy she thinks she is fated to love, Massachusetts high school junior Julia Lichtenstein is paired with her nemesis, Jason, and begins seeing many things differently.
Two best friends, one of whom is staying in Germany with her family for a year, become estranged as a result of differing perspectives, secrets and disappointments before embarking on a two-week, six-country adventure together to repair their friendship. By the author of Catch a Falling Star. Simultaneous eBook.
When her cherished plans for the summer and her senior year of high school are upended by her mother's relocation to Cairo, Caroline struggles with homesickness before meeting an unpredictable boy who challenges everything she believes about life, love and privilege. By the author of Something Like Normal. Simultaneous eBook.
A writer and popular blogger describes his experiences using a nearly 50-year old travel guide, Europe on Five Dollars a Day, to explore modern-day Europe and reflects on what has changed and what has not. Original. 35,000 first printing.
An illustrated account of human movement, travel, exploration, and scientific discovery-from the first trade networks in ancient Sumer to the epic Voyager missions. Human journeys arise from all manner of impulses, from migration and the search for food, to pilgrimages, trade, scientific curiosity, or simply the quest for adventure. Journey traces each through lively accounts, alongside the biographies of conquerors, explorers, and travelers; stories of technological innovation; literary journals; and works of art. Themed spreads and feature panels capture the romance of travel with evocative accounts, archive images, historic maps, and artifacts, while catalog spreads add glamour and nostalgia, showcasing objects and documents associated with the rise of travel, such as postcards and passports.
New York couple Olivia Ritchie, a prominent interior designer, and her English professor husband, Nick Seymour, spend the summer traveling with Olivia's billionaire clients while pondering their plans to retire to Charleston, South Carolina
The founders of Atlas Obscura offer a tour of the world¡s most unique and amazing places, highlighting natural wonders, weird and magical structures and mind-boggling events from around the globe, from New Zealand to Turkmenistan to Virginia.
Assigned to review an exclusive North Sea luxury cruise, travel journalist Lo Blacklock witnesses a woman being thrown overboard and is baffled when all passengers remain unruffled and accounted for, a nightmare that unravels as Lo struggles to convince everyone that what she saw was real.
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