Kids Travel Books is founded, written, and edited by Ann Belle, unless otherwise noted. There are two major parts of this website: the book directory listing, and the blog and supporting pages.
The book directory listing include descriptions either quoted from the publisher or written by Ann Belle unless otherwise noted.
Book photos are from the publisher or linked site, unless otherwise noted. They may not be reproduced without express authorization from the site owner.
Within the book directory listing, we show reviews from other sites (usually Amazon) and allow direct user reviews.
Within the blog we allow user comments. User reviews and comments are the opinions of the comment author and not Kids Travel Books. Kids Travel Books is not responsible for any opinions expressed by commenters, but we reserve the right to remove or edit reviews that do not follow our review guidelines. Kids Travel Books will not be held responsible for anything our commenters write.
On occasion Kids Travel Books will include official reviews. These will be highlighted and separate from the other reviews.
The blog, supporting pages, and Kids Travel Books official reviews are the opinions of the blog owner. No text within Kids Travel Books may be copied and posted elsewhere without authorization from the site owner.
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Kids Travel Books is a for-profit website. We accept money for advertisements and free products and services for review. The advertisements and reviews are selected based on our opinion of how they will benefit the reader, families who are interested in learning about other cultures for heritage or travel purposes. Any time we receive money or free product we will disclose that information clearly. Please know that the words and opinions will always be our own.
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