Airports (Lonely Planet Kids: How Things Work)

by Lonely Planet Kids (Author) James Gulliver Hancock (Illustrator)

Airports (Lonely Planet Kids: How Things Work)
Reading Level: K − 1st Grade

The vacation begins at the airport, and in this fun introduction to air travel for very young children, find out all about what happens before and after you take to the skies. From packing your suitcase to passport control, and fueling the plane to take-off, this colorful illustrated book provides an engaging first insight into airports and planes.

From checking in your bags to walking through the body scanner at security, this book delves into all the goings on at airports, as well as preparing the plane, what happens during the flight and landing safely. Readers will take a closer look inside the airplanes themselves, including a peek inside the cockpit!

As part of a series which also includes Cities and Trains, this is an exciting and inspiring introduction to the world of airports and air travel for very young children.

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Review quotes

If you've got a kid (or kid at heart) who loves all things airplanes and airports, this book will keep them occupied for hours.— "GeekDad" (9/1/2018 12:00:00 AM)
Lonely Planet Kids
Illustrator: James Gulliver Hancock is a well traveled illustrator known for his playful illustration style. His obsession with drawing everything in the world has seen him work for major projects around the globe, seeing his work appear on everything from billboards, to TV commercials, to ceramics, to books, to board games...
Lexile Measure
Guided Reading Level
Lonely Planet
Publication date
June 20, 2020
Lonely Planet Kids
BISAC categories
JNF058000 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Travel
JNF057010 - Juvenile Nonfiction | Transportation | Aviation
Library of Congress categories

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