Baby Travel Tips Holiday Promotion to Close


WEBWIRE – Monday, November 12, 2012

After vaulting to the number one position in Amazon’s Family Travel category and Parenting Babies & Toddlers category for free eBooks, Baby Travel Tips (www.babytraveltips.com) announced the free Kindle book promotion will be ending on November 14, 2012.
 
“It’s been amazing to see such demand for our new book. It’s gratifying to see parents comment on how the information in our book is reducing the stress and anxiety they felt toward travel planning,” said Rick Hartwig, lead author of the Baby Travel Tips book, How to Travel with a Baby or Toddler on a Plane.
 
The book will only be free for another couple of days, but will still be available on the Amazon Kindle bookstore for sale after the promotion has concluded.  In addition, Baby Travel Tips will continue to offer a paperback copy of their complete family and baby travel guidebook for purchase on the company’s website at www.babytraveltips.com.
 
The free Baby Travel Tips book, How to Travel with a Baby or Toddler on a Plane, was put on promotion previously at Amazon.com and contains over 120 pages of valuable tips.  It provides advice across a broad range of topics from packing to flying to car rentals and was designed to help concerned holiday travelers get expert travel tips quickly. 
 
Yesterday, the company also announced it was offering an additional free bonus chapter to anyone downloading the free book. The bonus chapter titled “Baby Travel Tips - Your Rooms and Childproofing” is available by simply downloading the How to Travel with a Baby or Toddler on a Plane eBook from Amazon.com and clicking on a link inside the book.
 
The Baby Travel Tips series of books uniquely help 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.
 
All Baby Travel Tips books include contributions from dozens of expert travelers as well as travel industry employees. The series of guidebooks 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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