Thursday, July 22, 2010

Travel Kits: A Simple Way to Bless Others

Are you going on a trip or do you know someone who is? If the answer is yes, then you will want to purchase Travel Kits: A Simple Way to Bless Others, by Donna Rees.

This 91-page e-book will help you build kits for people of all ages who need extra entertainment, whether traveling in the car or in a plane.

This comprehensive e-book has:
a chapter dedicated to the who, what, when, where, why and how of the basics;
the plan, the presentation and distribution;
many pictures to show you different ways to build your kits;
gift and game ideas for people of different ages and genders; a list of recommended books for ages 3-adult.

What I Liked: I thought this e-book was wonderful. My two children (ages 6.5 and 4.5) and I make several 16-hour trips and shorter trips per year. While they do not need many things to entertain themselves, travel kits would provide a special treat for them.

I really enjoyed the photos, why duplicate gifts are a good idea for young children, and the mention of using Internet sites where audio books can be downloaded for free.

After I read this book I was so excited that I thought about how I could build a kit for my family or for other families with small children.

This e-book did not leave anything out. I had no questions.

My favorite part was the list of books at the end. It would be fun to include several of those books in a kit.

What I Disliked: The only thing I disliked about Travel Kits: A Simple Way to Bless Others was that the file was large at 8.5 MB. It was too much for the older computer I was using with 56k dial-up.

Age Appeal: All ages for using the kits, but an adult would likely make the kits.

Vendor Information: The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, LLC, 2010, e-book, $12.45

Vendor Contact Information: The Old Schoolhouse Magazine

More Products: Wannabe Series products, Download N Go Series products, and more.

Disclosure Statement: I have received this product free of charge for review purposes.


  1. Oh my goodness! A 16 hour trip several times a year with not many problems! How do you do it? I would need to make one huge travel kit for my little tirants...err...I mean...special boys!

    Another great review Rani!

  2. I'm stopping by from the TOS crew, and enjoying some of the other reviews. I liked a lot of the ideas in this book, too.