Children’s books set in Kentucky
Welcome to the children’s books set in Kentucky section of KidsTravelBooks. We’re so happy to have you here.
If you scroll down you will find our collection of books that are geared for kids ages 0-14. Also, I add books all of the time. If you have any suggestions for books for this page or any other page/destination – please let me know.
What types of children’s books set in Kentucky do we have?
The board book Good Night Kentucky is not just a fun book for babies sharing the popular Kentucky sites, it’s also a fun souvenir to collect via the Good Night Our World series.
One of the coolest sites in Kentucky is the National Park, Mammoth Cave. Our family loved the visit and it was while we were there that we heard about the children’s chapter book about the cave, Kids to the Rescue: Adventures in Mammoth Cave.
What are some fun family-friendly bookish sites in Kentucky?
Our family spent spring break in Kentucky a few years ago. We stayed in a small cabin at Jellystone Campgrounds in Cave City near Mammoth Cave. I highly recommend this site for a fun family vacation.
Families visiting Kentucky may be interested in checking out the American Printing House for the Blind. The museum has many hands-on exhibits that will appeal to those interested in learning how the blind are able to read.
Traveling to Kentucky?
Check out things to do at Kentucky Tourism.
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Good Night KentuckyMore Info
B Is For Bluegrass: A Kentucky AlphabetMore Info
D is for Derby: A Kentucky Derby AlphabetMore Info
Daniel Boone: Woodsman of KentuckyMore Info
Halloween Scare in KentuckyMore Info
Lift Your Light a Little Higher: The Story of Stephen Bishop: Slave-ExplorerMore Info
Kids to the Rescue: Adventures in Mammoth CaveMore Info