New Baby Travel Tips Book Now Offering More Travel Childproofing Advice
San Francisco, CA – The new book from Baby Travel Tips (www.babytraveltips.com), which has quickly become the number one family travel eBook in Amazon’s top free 100 category, has offered an additional bonus for customers. Anyone downloading the free book this week will receive access to an additional chapter on travel childproofing and safety.
“We’re extremely excited to see the overwhelming demand which has made this book the number one family travel ebook on Amazon,” said Rick Hartwig, Baby Travel Tips’ lead author of the book. “We wanted to thank everyone and help prepare them even more for the upcoming holiday travel season, so we decided to also give access to a key chapter from another one of our books. The tips in this chapter not only ensure child safety but also increase the chance of everyone getting more sleep while traveling.”
The new chapter titled “Baby Travel Tips - Your Rooms and Childproofing” is available by simply downloading Baby Travel Tips’ How to Travel with a Baby or Toddler on a Plane eBook from Amazon.com and clicking on a link inside the book. Not only does the chapter contain key baby travel tips to help keep infants, toddlers and preschoolers safe while traveling but also includes additional light-hearted “Especially for Men” sections including, “I Just Want Some #$%@ Sleep” And “Duct Tape??? Seriously?”
The main 120+ page Baby Travel Tips book, which was put on promotion yesterday on Amazon, provides advice across a broad range of topics from packing to flying to car rentals. How to Travel with a Baby or Toddler on a Plane was designed to help concerned holiday travelers get experienced travel tips quickly. It also helps parents steer clear of embarrassing child meltdowns and frustrating couples arguments by using colorful highlights to draw the reader’s attention to these unique meltdown and argument avoidance tips.
The Baby Travel Tips book will only be on free promotion for a limited period of time. It includes contributions from dozens of expert travelers as well as travel industry employees. It was brought together by a 200,000 mile per year business traveler and father of two who realized that most new parents were flooded with baby books about pregnancy and raising a baby but had very little information on how to prepare for and truly enjoy baby travel.
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