Best Teen & Young Adult Travel Books

Here you will get Best Teen & Young Adult Travel Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.

1. How to use a compass for kids (and adults too!): Your Little Guide to Becoming an Expert Navigator With a Trusty Compass

Author: by Henry D. Bridges
96 pages

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The fantastic little guide to learning how to use a compass! Today, we primarily use these tiny computers called cellphones that fit in our pockets to help us navigate. It’s never been easier to know exactly where you are and find a route to where you want to go.

Still, these fancy computers can have their fair share of problems. Batteries run out of charge, GPS lose signal outside of cities, and they can run out of data… This is where this fantastic yet simple tool comes in handy.Yup.You guessed it…A compass!

Although we rarely use this awesome little gadget nowadays, it truly changed the world. Best of all, a compass can always be relied on to help you find your way around no matter where you are! This creative guide has everything to help the little explorer in your life learn how to use a compass.

Learn the How-To’s and become an expert navigator. The exciting history of this magical device. Compass anatomy explained. Filled with helpful tips, tricks, and interesting facts. Suitable for young and old explorers ages 10 and up. Learning how to use a compass is incredibly helpful, even today.

2. The Legend of Zelda Links Awakening Professional Strategy Guide

Author: by Alpha Strategy Guides

166 pages

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If you’re stuck and you need help beating and mastering the Legend of Zelda Link’s Awakening for the Nintendo Switch, then this guide is the one for you. It’s jam-packed with: Strategies for beating every enemy and mastering every boss!

Amazing tips and tricks for finishing the game without dying (earning you the secret ending)! The location of all 32 hidden Heart Pieces, The location of all 50 hidden Secret Seashells (and the *AMAZING* reward for collecting 40 of them!, Keep track of every collectable you’ve found with our unique “Collected” box!

How to find the hidden character who upgrades your bombs, magic powder, and arrows! Reveal Koholint Island’s deepest secrets by completing the Item Trading side-quest, The location of all 14 Chamber Stones, And a section dedicated to hidden Easter Eggs and other secrets!

3. Yellowstone National Park for Kids, Preteens, and Teenagers: A Grande Guides Series Book for Children

Author: by Stephanie Del Grande
72 pages

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Are you interested in Yellowstone or planning a trip to the park? If so, you’ll love Yellowstone National Park for Kids, Preteens, and Teenagers. Inside this detailed travel guide geared toward children, you’ll learn all you need to know about America’s first national park.

For example, did you know that: Yellowstone was discovered by John Colter in the early 1800s but for over fifty years, most Americans did not believe the reports of steaming hot springs and bubbling mudpots? Yellowstone is one of the world’s biggest active volcanoes?

The hot underground magma is what causes the geysers to erupt and when you visit Yellowstone you actually go inside the volcanic caldera. Both black bears and grizzly bears can be found in Yellowstone and they are omnivorous which means they eat both plants and animals?

Old Faithful erupts about every ninety minutes to heights of over one hundred feet? Early visitors to Yellowstone used to catch fish in Yellowstone Lake then dip them into Fishing Cone Geyser to cook them? Yellowstone National Park for Kids, Preteens, and Teenagers includes easy-to-read descriptions, photographs, and diagrams of the park’s wildlife, history, and geology and it highlights some of the best hikes and attractions for children visiting Yellowstone.

4. Diary of a Tokyo Teen: A Japanese-American Girl Travels to the Land of Trendy Fashion, High-Tech Toilets and Maid Cafes

Author: by Christine Mari Inzer
Tuttle Publishing
128 pages

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2017 Creative Child Magazine Preferred Choice Award Winner* *2017 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award Gold Medal Winner* A book for comic lovers and Japanophiles of all ages, Diary of a Tokyo Teen presents a unique look at modern-day Japan through a young woman’s eyes.

Born in Tokyo to a Japanese mother and an American father in 1997, Christine Mari Inzer spent her early years in Japan and relocated to the United States in 2003. The summer before she turned sixteen, she returned to Tokyo, making a solo journey to get reacquainted with her birthplace.

Through illustrations, photos, and musings, Inzer documented her journey. In Diary of a Tokyo Teen, Inzer explores the cutting-edge fashions of Tokyo’s trendy Harajuku district, eats the best sushi of her life at the renowned Tsukiji fish market, and hunts down geisha in the ancient city of Kyoto.

As she shares the trials and pleasures of travel from one end of a trip to the other, Inzer introduces the host of interesting characters she meets and offers a uniqueand often hilariouslook at a fascinating country and an engaging tale of one girl rediscovering her roots.

5. The Lipstick Gospel Devotional: 90 Days of Saying Yes to a God Who Is Anything But Boring

Author: by Stephanie May Wilson
308 pages

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We have to stop talking about God like He’s boring. The way we often talk about Him, you’d think He was a hall monitor with a clipboard, yelling things like, No running! Keep your voices down! And Do that one more time, and you’ll have detention!

It’s no wonder our faith so easily grows stale, that we find ourselves religiously checking boxes and calling it a day. Now, God absolutely has ideas for how to best live our lives, and of course, that includes things He says not to do, but that’s not the whole story.

When we talk about God like this, we forget about all the other things He is: How powerful God is, how deeply good He is, how loving He is He’s also so much fun! God is a God of delight, and best friends, and laughing so hard you cry (or pee your pants).

He’s trips to the mountains, and your toes in the sand, and love beyond anything you even knew your heart could hold. He’s healing, and redemption, and the best friend you could ever have. We serve an incredible, gigantic, mighty, adventurous God, and The Lipstick Gospel Devotional will help you get to know Him better.

6. Lugares asombrosos: Travesías insólitas y otras maneras extrañas de conocer al mundo / Amazing Places: Unusual Journeys and Other Strange Ways of Getting& (Spanish Edition)

Author: by Luisito Comunica
Alfaguara Infantil
280 pages

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Luisito Comunica viaja de un extremo a otro del planeta. La curiosidad es el motor de las aventuras que lo lanzan hasta los terrenos ms inhspitos y misteriosos. En lugares asombrosos. Travesas inslitas y otras maneras extraas de conocer el mundo podrs viajar con Luisito como compaero y gua- A los lugares ms reconditos de uno, dos y ms continentes: a sitios abandonados que conservan la huella de un hecho inexplicable; espacios delineados por trazos y personajes msticos, habitculos hechizados por almas que vagan entre dimensiones desconocidas; zonas marcadas por los errores de la historia y sus fantasmas y pintorescas comisuras del orbe con el sello de una costumbre o un suceso perturbador.

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ENGLISH DESCRIPTIONLuisito Comunica travels from one end of the world to the other. Curiosity is the engine that drives his adventures that take him to the most inhospitable and mysterious places.In Amazing Places. Unusual Journeys and Other Strange Ways of Getting to Know the World you can travel, with Luisito as your companion and guide, to the most recognized places in different continents: to abandoned sites that still maintain the mark of an inexplicable event; spaces defined by mystical strokes and characters, spaces spellbound by souls that roam between unknown dimensions; areas marked by the mistakes of history, and picturesque corners of the world with the seal of a disturbing event.

7. The Lipstick Gospel: A Story About Finding God in Heartbreak, the Sistine Chapel, and the Perfect Cappuccino

Author: by Stephanie May Wilson
For Every Story
130 pages

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Have you ever laid in bed at night wondering why your life doesn’t feel like you always hoped it would? Have you ever wondered if God has more for your life than what you’re currently living? That’s where sorority girl, Stephanie May Wilson found herself when she finally decided to give up.

Inspired by a broken heart and a wicked hangover, Wilson threw in the towel on the life she’d been living and packed her bags for a pilgrimage across three continents. She knew this was her chance to become the woman she’d always wanted to be.

In the perfect cappuccino and the Sistine Chapel, on cobblestone streets and in the slums of Costa Rica, in piles of spaghetti and dangerous escapades through the African bush, Wilson found a path she’d never considered to the life she’d always wanted to live.

This book will make you want to hug your girlfriends, travel the world, dance with a bull-fighter, and love the God she loves. Most of all, it will invite you onto a journey of your own. It will help you find healing in the parts of your life you thought would always be broken, confidence in yourself beyond anything you’ve experienced, and a life that’s more exciting than anything you could dream up on your own.

8. Anne of Windy Poplars

Author: by L. M. Montgomery
Read Books (June 21, 2018)
258 pages

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Anne of Windy Poplars’ is the fourth book in the ‘Anne of Green Gables’ series. In this novel, 22-year-old Anne has left college to serve as principal of Summerside High School and settles down in Windy Poplars. Anne has to overcome opposition to her presence from an influential family, the Pringles.

The Pringles family make it well known she was not what they had hoped for in their new Prinicipal. She also finds new friends in Aunt Kate, Aunty Chatty and Rebecca Dew. This early work by Lucy Maud Montgomery was originally published in 1936 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography.

Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on 30th November 1874, New London, in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. Her mother, Clara Woolner (Macneil), died before Lucy reached the age of two and so she was raised by her maternal grandparents in a family of wealthy Scottish immigrants.

In 1908 Montgomery produced her first full-length novel, titled ‘Anne of Green Gables’. It was an instant success, and following it up with several sequels, Montgomery became a regular on the best-seller list and an international household name. Montgomery died in Toronto on 24th April 1942.

9. The Healthy Teen Cookbook: Around the World In 80 Fantastic Recipes (A Cookbook for Teens)

Author: by Remmi Smith
180 pages

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The Perfect Gift for a Future MasterChefThe Healthy Teen Cookbook is a delightful way get younger cooks and foodies into the kitchen.” Foodsided# 1 Best Seller in Teen & Young Adult Cooking & FoodA cookbook written for teens by a teen. Filled with tried-and-true recipes with budding chefs in mind.

Award-Winning MasterChef Junior. Teen master chef Remmi Smith is on a mission to bring healthy and easy recipes to the busy teenagers of today. Named by Huffington Post and Food Tank as one of 20 Young People Changing the Food System, Remmi has hosted two cooking shows and is a national Student Ambassador for a leading food services company.

A Chopped Junior chef, she travels all over the country giving appearances at National School Board Associations and places of family entertainment. She was named one of the Top 20 Entrepreneurs by Teen Business and her Italian salad dressing is sold at Whole Foods Market and other specialty stores.

Cookbook for teens with easy recipes. Remmi shows that cooking can be fun. She uses fruits to add natural sweetness, introduces lots of vegetables, and is light on spices to make the dishes more appealing to kids and teens. Recipes like Curry Shrimp and Rice, Stuffed Peppers with Cottage Cheese, and Tanzanian Family Feast, among others, are bound to become new family favorites!

10. Word Search Puzzle Book For Gardeners: Large Print Word Find Puzzles for Adults (Large Print Brain Games)

Author: by Enchanted Willow
Independently published
103 pages

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This word search puzzle book makes the perfect gift for the gardening lover in your life. With themes like perennials, aquatic plants, tillandsias, night blooming flowers, carnivorous plants, ornamental grasses and more – the garden enthusiast is sure to enjoy these word seek puzzles.

50 LARGE PRINT PUZZLES: Easy to see with no more squinting. Challenge your brain, not your eyes. Solutions included if you need a hint or two. WORDS & PUZZLE ON SAME PAGE: No need to constantly flip back and forth to complete the puzzle.

NO RANDOM BORING WORDS: Each puzzle is individually themed with words that match the topic – not just random lists of words. MEDIUM DIFFICULTY: Not too easy and not too hard – just challenging enough to get a good mental workout.

EASY TO HOLD, NOT TOO THICK: No need to spread out on a table – you can curl up in your favorite chair or sofa and relax.

11. Overground Railroad (The Young Adult Adaptation): The Green Book and the Roots of Black Travel in America

Author: by Candacy Taylor
272 pages

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A young reader’s edition of Candacy Taylor’s acclaimed book about the history of the Green Book, the guide for Black travelers Overground Railroad chronicles the history of the Green Book, which was published from 1936 to 1966 and was the Black travel guide to America.

For years, it was dangerous for African Americans to travel in the United States. Because of segregation, Black travelers couldn’t eat, sleep, or even get gas at most white-owned businesses. The Green Book listed hotels, restaurants, department stores, gas stations, recreational destinations, and other businesses that were safe for Black travelers.

It was a resourceful and innovative solution to a horrific problem. It took courage to be listed in the Green Book, and the stories from those who took a stand against racial segregation are recorded and celebrated. This young reader’s edition of Candacy Taylor’s critically acclaimed adult book Overground Railroad includes her own photographs of Green Book sites, as well as archival photographs and interviews with people who owned and used these facilities.

12. The American Dream?: A Journey on Route 66 Discovering Dinosaur Statues, Muffler Men, and the Perfect Breakfast Burrito

Author: by Shing Yin Khor

Zest Books ™
160 pages

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As a child growing up in Malaysia, Shing Yin Khor had two very different ideas of what “America” meant. The first looked a lot like Hollywood, full of beautiful people, sunlight, and freeways. The second looked more like The Grapes of Wratha nightmare landscape filled with impoverished people, broken-down cars, barren landscapes, and broken dreams.

This book chronicles Shing’s solo journey (small adventure-dog included) along the iconic Route 66, beginning in Santa Monica and ending up Chicago. What begins as a road trip ends up as something more like a pilgrimage in search of an American landscape that seems forever shifting and forever out of place.

13. Japan Ai: A Tall Girl's Adventures in Japan

Author: by Aimee Major-Steinberger
200 pages

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In Japanese, “Ai” means “Love” and if you love Japan, get ready to dive head-first into the incredible world of Japanese pop-culture! Join Aimee Major Steinberger (a professional animator with a passion for all things cute) on the ultimate otaku vacation!

Visit fantasy restaurants, maid cafes, and the world’s most exclusive doll store! Cosplay on the infamous Harajuku Street! Attend an outrageous all-female Takarazuka musical! See beautiful shrines, hot springs, stores full of manga, and so much more! Aimee captures it all in a manga journal that is both adorable and breathtaking.

14. Indians: A Brief History of A Civilization

Author: by Namit Arora
Viking (January 18, 2021)
January 18, 2021

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‘Deepens our sense of the wonder that was India’ ~ Pankaj Mishra’Illuminating, absorbing and a joy to read. I defy anyone to peruse it and not feel richly rewarded by its insights’ ~ John Keay’Arora explores how Indians lived, ate, loved, built, fought and made sense of the material, rational and spiritual world down the ages …

[A] mega-ambitious project’ ~ The Hindu ‘A gem of a book that is a joy to read … You can almost touch and feel the centuries and millennia as they pass by’ ~ Tony JosephA BRILLIANT, ORIGINAL BOOK THAT REVEALS INDIA’S RICH AND DIVERSE HISTORIESWhat do we really know about the Aryan migration theory, and why is that debate so hot?

Why did the people of Khajuraho carve erotic scenes on their temple walls? What did the monks at Nalanda eat for dinner? Did our ideals of beauty ever prefer dark skin? Indian civilization is an idea, a reality, an enigma.

In this riveting book, Namit Arora takes us on an unforgettable journey through 5000 years of history, reimagining in rich detail the social and cultural moorings of Indians through the ages. Drawing on credible sources, he discovers what inspired and shaped them: their political upheavals and rivalries, customs and vocations, and a variety of unusual festivals.

15. Going to Glacier National Park

Author: by Alan Leftridge
Farcountry Press
48 pages

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Designed for children ages 8 to 13, Going to Glacier is packed with fun and fascinating information about Glacier National Park. Authored by Alan Leftridge, seasonal ranger and naturalist, the colorfully illustrated book details the parks namesake glaciers, flora and fauna, dramatic weather, Indians and early settlers, historic sites and structures, and the effects of fire.

The book also features maps and interpretive information for hikes that the kids will love. A must-have for families traveling to Glacier National Park! Visit FarcountryPress. Com for more information.