Summer reads for young RVers, # 3 — ‘Kids’ Road Atlas’ by Rand McNally


This is the third in a series on ‘Summer reads for young RVers.’

Rand McNally’s  Kids’ Road Atlas is a great way to introduce youngsters to map reading and keep them entertained at the same time.

Youngsters can plot the family RV trip right along with Mom and Dad (or Grandma and Grandpa) with this fun-packed road atlas. “Not only are maps provided for every state, but each one is accompanied by games — word games, mazes, ‘guess what’s wrong with this picture?’ games, crossword puzzles and more,” according to

This colorful road atlas is most appropriate for children between about 6 and 12 years old. 80 large pages.

If you missed # 1 in the series on ‘Summer reads for young RVers,’ click on: ‘A Camping spree with Mr. Magee’ by Chris Van Dusen; # 2 – ‘The Red Trailer Mystery’ by Julie Campbell.

Book cover courtesy of Rand McNally

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