The Traveling Petunia: Little Passports

Today I am proud to blog about one of my new favorite companies, Little Passports. It has always been my fervent hope that children, especially here in the United States, find a sense of pride in learning about the world around them. There is nothing more rewarding, in my opinion, than seeing someone from a young age develop into a passionate global citizen.

Little Passports is an ideal way to instill a love of culture into the hearts and minds of all--a son, daughter, niece, nephew, student, friend. The best part is that Little Passports' primary products are subscriptions--the gift that keeps on giving. Each month, your little one can eagerly anticipate a special box in the mail--a treasure trove of fun. Early Explorers ages 3-6 can examine a new world theme like animals or music. The World Edition for ages 6-10 brings a new country to your doorstep on a monthly basis, and the USA Edition for ages 7-12 will help your eager learner become patriotic with activity-packed journals on all fifty states!

Their amazing products have been praised by the likes of People Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Parents and Disney Family Fun. But the most important feedback has come from the children who adore Little Passports.

Personally, as someone who has grown up with the unique opportunity to travel the world, I cannot begin to tell you how important learning about our beautiful planet is. Speaking a new language, tasting a new cuisine, dressing in a national costume, petting an exotic animal or trying a new dance--all of these experiences woven together create for such a well-rounded education. Let Little Passports be your foundation to a lifelong love of appreciating our global family. For in learning about the world, we not only can understand and respect our differences, but most importantly, we delight in and celebrate our similarities.

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