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