How does literary travel encourage children to read?

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“The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.” Saint Augustine





I think you’ll agree that taking children to the location of best-loved children’s author’s homes and sharing the authors’ books with your child does inspire them to love reading. With so many new interactive e-books, apps based on favorite stories, and online games with beloved characters, it’s easy to forget about real books. But children’s novels and picture books can become real-world adventures when you take young readers to children’s literature-centered destinations throughout New England. Why New England. Children will gain experience rich in culture since New England is famous for its poets, writers, and artist.

You’ll be thrilled to see your children looking like these wonderful young readers.


Now the journey begins.

Children’s Literary visit to New England writer’s homes.


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Judy Kundert

Judy Kundert, a recipient of the Marquis Who’s Who Excellence in Authorship award, loves storytelling, from folk and fairy tales to classics for elementary school children. She authors award-winning middle-grade novels designed to inspire and intrigue children. After she left her career as a United Airlines stewardess, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola University, Chicago and a Master of Arts from DePaul University, Chicago. Most recently, she completed a master’s Certificate in Public Relations and Marketing from the University of Denver. For fun, she likes reading (usually three or four books at a time), watching movies from the oldies to the current films, traveling, biking, and hiking in vast Colorado outdoors with her husband. Learn more at can find me at the foot of the Colorado Rocky Mountains hiking, biking

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