Travel vicariously through these transportive YA books about teens who travel, including A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow by Laura Taylor Namey.
These great comics set outside of the U.S. are here for those of us yearning to leave the States and explore other locations and cultures.
10 Books Set in Transporting Places: travel from the Kamchatka Peninsula to a kibbutz, cycle to the Patagonia mountains, or ride the Magic Bus to Nepal.
Take a trip across America with these books about travel.
These books make for excellent reading after seeing the film THE FAREWELL.
Talking to Erica Buist about traveling to seven different death festivals around the world for her book, THIS PARTY'S DEAD.
There's no where else in the world quite like Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Let's take a literary tour of this amazing city.
How reading immigrant stories and working with translation helped one Rioter regain her identity as a multilingual reader and find common ground.
What one reader found great company in while partaking in international train travel.
A reader keeps up with the indie bookstore scenes in the places where she used to live, and talks about some favorite spots.
John Waters describes his hitchhiking journey across America in CARSICK, conquering his fears by imagining the worst and the best that could happen.