In a recent post where bloggers mentioned their favorite Florida spring break destination for families and St. Augustine got a vote. I liked this one because our own family has spent time in St. Augustine for Spring Break. It’s a great time to go as it’s not too hot when walking down the streets of America’s oldest city or touring the fort. I wanted to highlight the best children’s books for a trip to St. Augustine, Florida.
The handful of books here is a good introduction for kids. Take a look.
St. Augustine Kid’s Books
Ancient City A to Z: A St. Augustine Alphabet Book
by Rob Hicks (Author), Cynthia Pierson (Illustrator)
Discover St. Augustine via the alphabet and good illustrations.
St. Augustine A to Z: A Young Reader’s Guide to America’s Oldest City
by Susan Shipe Calfee (Author), Oscar Senn (Illustrator)
Learn about St. Augustine’s sites and places from A-Z.
Adventures With the Monkey-Cousins – St. Augustine, Florida
by Patty Springfield (Author)
The sock monkeys visit St. Augustine in this photographic picturebook.
Mission St. Augustine: A Scavenger Hunt Adventure In Florida’s Ancient City
by Catherine Aragon (Author)
The popular and loved scavenger hunt book helps kids explore St. Augustine in a fun way.
More Florida books for kids:
- Children’s books set in Florida
- Best children’s books for a trip to Florida Beaches
- Best children’s books for a trip to St. Augustine
- Best children’s books for a trip to Southwest Florida
- Best children’s books for a trip to Cape Canaveral, Florida