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Vagabonding with Kids [Ebook] ➩ Vagabonding with Kids Author A.K. Turner – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk AK Turner wants to cuddle with a wombat She wants it bad In the hilarious seuel to Vagabonding with Kids the nomadic family of four continues their journey with a two month trip Down Under AK Turner i AK Turner wants to cuddle with a wombat She wants it bad In the hilarious seuel to Vagabonding with Kids the nomadic family of four continues their journey with a two month trip Down Vagabonding with PDF/EPUB ² Under AK Turner indulges her fascination with prisons with no understanding of why her husband would rather spend every day at the beach Their daughters aren't motivated by either and are instead enthralled with the wonders of public toilets As the Turners wind their way through Australia all eyes are on the lookout for adventure And wombats New York Times bestselling author AK Turner continues the Vagabonding with Kids series with tales of exploring Down Under in Vagabonding with Kids Australia With a keen eye and sharp wit Turner juxtaposes the intrigue of Australia with stories from an unconventional life on the road This raucous adventure will inspire digital nomads and armchair travelers alike and leave readers hungry for the next installment in the series Vagabonding with Kids Brazil.


About the Author: A.K. Turner

AK Turner is The New York Times bestselling author of the award winning Vagabonding with Kids series as well as This Little Piggy Went to the Liuor Store Mommy Had a Little Flask and Vagabonding with PDF/EPUB ² Hair of the Corn Dog Her works have received a starred review from Publishers Weekly IPPY Awards in Humor and Travel Foreword Indies Awards Independent Press Distinguished Favorite and inclusion in BookLife’s.



10 thoughts on “Vagabonding with Kids

  1. Aaron Aaron says:

    Engaging funny and even a little educational With 2 young girls attempts at homeschooling along the way and a healthy dose of relationship stressors we get a first person narrative of the Turner family as they spend 2 months in Australia escaping the Idaho winter and comforts of America homeWitness both the failures and successes as honesty trumps modesty The author gives all moms and dads hope and encouragement as she lays it all out; the good the bad the uglyThis is definitely one for adults with a dose of explicit language sprinkled throughout the chapters as AK's thoughts feelings are laid bare But if you've ever considered spending a considerable amount of time in another country this may help ease some of your worries about what may go wrong or right Despite setbacks the adventure is worth it I received a free copy of this book from Goodreads giveaways


  2. Rick Rick says:

    AK Turner is Everymom if every mom had the opportunity to spend a few weeks in Australia with her husband and kids She has her life TOTALLY together on these adventures which is why she narrowly misses being thrown in jail forever over a smuggled apple This is a fun read part travelogue part confessional fully entertaining


  3. Aubree Bowling Aubree Bowling says:

    I found this book very informative and entertaining AK Turner humor blogger and mom of two considers her family to be vagabonds they travel around the US and world doing extended trips exploring new places and cultures These are not vacations in the sense that they stay in resorts use pre paid tour groups or other organized travel trappings they go for multiple months do home exchanges and camping rent cars from local residents and work remotely and homeschool while they're gone they don't just visit a new locale they live in itIn this volume of what is promised to be a series of books about the Turners' adventures they spend 3 months in Australia Because she is a humor writer Turner has a great way of telling her stories but she is also informative along the way The book includes tips on making the travel affordable assimilating to a culture to get the most out of a journey how to manage young children's expectations and travel limitations and specifically information about the places they've been and what they learned in eachMy favorite thing about this book is the parent perspective Turner is realistic about the aspects of traveling with in this case a 5 and 7 year old She is witty about constantly finding public restrooms kids whining about long walks and her younger daughter's adorable obsession about snacks She also discusses the challenges of major holidays abroad American Thanksgiving in a nation that doesn't have the holiday homeschooling hurdles with children used to the traditional classroom and keeping kids entertained on long flights and drivesVagabonding might not be for every family but Turner does make it sound reasonable and possible for the family that desires to immerse in other cultures but aren't wealthy using her tricks of the trade and electronic work commutes Even if travel isn't in your plans it is fun to read about the Turners' adventures and hilarious anecdotes With her witty writing style and honesty about parenting reading this volume made me excited to dive into the next book in the Vagabonding with Kids book


  4. Una Hartzell-baird Una Hartzell-baird says:

    Vagabonding with Kids Australia is a wonderful peek into the enviable nomadic lifestyle of an turner and her family As always the book combines wit humor and deeper observations about life and the world we live in Being someone who values continually learning I appreciated the curiosity behind many of her encounters like learning about just how many marsupials call Australia homeI aspire to having the flexibility to live and work anywhere so I love the opportunity to see it in action while enjoying an entertaining story and believe me you'll be laugh out loud entertained as you follow the journey around Australia with Turner and her family AK Turner's pace is fantastic Not once did I page ahead to see how long I had to go before a chapter was completed She's truly one of my favorite authors ranking in the top five with the likes of David Sedaris and Jenny Lawson


  5. Susanne Kerns Susanne Kerns says:

    A hilarious and uncensored adventure So many travel books are like social media posts that only show you the pretty happy side of a trip AK shows and tells it all but in a fun a loving way that actually makes you still want to try taking an extended vacation with your own family Highly recommend for any parent or traveler and would make a great gift too I read AK's first Vagabonding with Kids book too They're both hilarious informative and fun I can't wait to read about her next family adventure and hopefully take one of my own


  6. Tima Tima says:

    The author and her husband can work from anywhere that has an internet signal So they plan a two month trip to Australia But sometimes plans go awry and sometimes things are always as simple as imagined Join the author on a hilarious adventure with her husband and two young daughters as they navigate their way around the friendly country of Australia I had expected this book to be tips and thoughts on traveling in a foreign country with children Since my husband and I often take our children with us when traveling internationally I thought this would be a great resource book Instead I spent the entire book laughing at the author's humor while learning some amazing things about Australia While I didn't get what I expected I thoroughly enjoyed the book and have added her other books to my wish list The author has a way with words that draws the reader into her experience and allows them to travel with her Her self deprecating humor was spread throughout the book and added to the joy of reading She also shared uite a bit of history and knowledge that she gleaned from her travels and I DID learn some tips for traveling with my children Overall would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading true stories and enjoys travelingI received this book from Goodreads All thoughts expressed are my own


  7. Katie Katie says:

    Warning Possible SpoilersThere's been something I've been meaning to do for over a week and every day life happens Today I finally tried that new crock pot recipe and remembered to add my review of this book and I'm sure Amanda would understand To say I enjoyed this book is an understatement I've always wanted to travel to Australia but I'm sure there isn't a pill strong enough to knock me out for the long flight so I lived vicariously through her I know I probably wouldn't survive with my family of 4 in a camper for several weeks I'm too neurotic to borrow other people's homes or cars oh and that notion I had a few years ago about homeschooling my kids? Nope but I'm sure glad AK Turner tried itIf you're up for some honest anxiety laden humorous family travel with the occasional f bomb thrown in for good measure this read is a no brainer I'm ready for the next trip


  8. Joan Joan says:

    This first person account of a couple who work from home and their two daughters ages 5 and 7 on a two month trek through part of Australia including Tasmania is fun to read Some of the weird things that happen would have to be true because nobody could think them upIt takes a great deal of courage and a very sound marriage to withstand the daily ups and downs of life with children when you are living in a rental apartment or a rented caravan for only a few days or weeks before moving on to the next adventure


  9. Cathy Cathy says:

    The story of 2 certifiable parents that travelled through Australia with their 2 under age 10 children Despite trips to every beach they came across a visit to a former prison homeschooling and a diet that seemed to consist of PBJ the family had a marvelous time I learned a few things about Australia and am sorry I never had a trip like this with my childrenI received this book from a Goodreads giveaway


  10. Krystle Krystle says:

    Homeschooling family traveling a very entertaining book If you are looking for a hilarous book about kidsfamilytravellife this is the book for you Oh and you may just learn a little something along the way


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10 thoughts on “Vagabonding with Kids

  1. Aaron Aaron says:

    Engaging funny and even a little educational With 2 young girls attempts at homeschooling along the way and a healthy dose of relationship stressors we get a first person narrative of the Turner family as they spend 2 months in Australia escaping the Idaho winter and comforts of America homeWitness both the failures and successes as honesty trumps modesty The author gives all moms and dads hope and encouragement as she lays it all out; the good the bad the uglyThis is definitely one for adults with a dose of explicit language sprinkled throughout the chapters as AK's thoughts feelings are laid bare But if you've ever considered spending a considerable amount of time in another country this may help ease some of your worries about what may go wrong or right Despite setbacks the adventure is worth it I received a free copy of this book from Goodreads giveaways

  2. Rick Rick says:

    AK Turner is Everymom if every mom had the opportunity to spend a few weeks in Australia with her husband and kids She has her life TOTALLY together on these adventures which is why she narrowly misses being thrown in jail forever over a smuggled apple This is a fun read part travelogue part confessional fully entertaining

  3. Aubree Bowling Aubree Bowling says:

    I found this book very informative and entertaining AK Turner humor blogger and mom of two considers her family to be vagabonds they travel around the US and world doing extended trips exploring new places and cultures These are not vacations in the sense that they stay in resorts use pre paid tour groups or other organized travel trappings they go for multiple months do home exchanges and camping rent cars from local residents and work remotely and homeschool while they're gone they don't just visit a new locale they live in itIn this volume of what is promised to be a series of books about the Turners' adventures they spend 3 months in Australia Because she is a humor writer Turner has a great way of telling her stories but she is also informative along the way The book includes tips on making the travel affordable assimilating to a culture to get the most out of a journey how to manage young children's expectations and travel limitations and specifically information about the places they've been and what they learned in eachMy favorite thing about this book is the parent perspective Turner is realistic about the aspects of traveling with in this case a 5 and 7 year old She is witty about constantly finding public restrooms kids whining about long walks and her younger daughter's adorable obsession about snacks She also discusses the challenges of major holidays abroad American Thanksgiving in a nation that doesn't have the holiday homeschooling hurdles with children used to the traditional classroom and keeping kids entertained on long flights and drivesVagabonding might not be for every family but Turner does make it sound reasonable and possible for the family that desires to immerse in other cultures but aren't wealthy using her tricks of the trade and electronic work commutes Even if travel isn't in your plans it is fun to read about the Turners' adventures and hilarious anecdotes With her witty writing style and honesty about parenting reading this volume made me excited to dive into the next book in the Vagabonding with Kids book

  4. Una Hartzell-baird Una Hartzell-baird says:

    Vagabonding with Kids Australia is a wonderful peek into the enviable nomadic lifestyle of an turner and her family As always the book combines wit humor and deeper observations about life and the world we live in Being someone who values continually learning I appreciated the curiosity behind many of her encounters like learning about just how many marsupials call Australia homeI aspire to having the flexibility to live and work anywhere so I love the opportunity to see it in action while enjoying an entertaining story and believe me you'll be laugh out loud entertained as you follow the journey around Australia with Turner and her family AK Turner's pace is fantastic Not once did I page ahead to see how long I had to go before a chapter was completed She's truly one of my favorite authors ranking in the top five with the likes of David Sedaris and Jenny Lawson

  5. Susanne Kerns Susanne Kerns says:

    A hilarious and uncensored adventure So many travel books are like social media posts that only show you the pretty happy side of a trip AK shows and tells it all but in a fun a loving way that actually makes you still want to try taking an extended vacation with your own family Highly recommend for any parent or traveler and would make a great gift too I read AK's first Vagabonding with Kids book too They're both hilarious informative and fun I can't wait to read about her next family adventure and hopefully take one of my own

  6. Tima Tima says:

    The author and her husband can work from anywhere that has an internet signal So they plan a two month trip to Australia But sometimes plans go awry and sometimes things are always as simple as imagined Join the author on a hilarious adventure with her husband and two young daughters as they navigate their way around the friendly country of Australia I had expected this book to be tips and thoughts on traveling in a foreign country with children Since my husband and I often take our children with us when traveling internationally I thought this would be a great resource book Instead I spent the entire book laughing at the author's humor while learning some amazing things about Australia While I didn't get what I expected I thoroughly enjoyed the book and have added her other books to my wish list The author has a way with words that draws the reader into her experience and allows them to travel with her Her self deprecating humor was spread throughout the book and added to the joy of reading She also shared uite a bit of history and knowledge that she gleaned from her travels and I DID learn some tips for traveling with my children Overall would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading true stories and enjoys travelingI received this book from Goodreads All thoughts expressed are my own

  7. Katie Katie says:

    Warning Possible SpoilersThere's been something I've been meaning to do for over a week and every day life happens Today I finally tried that new crock pot recipe and remembered to add my review of this book and I'm sure Amanda would understand To say I enjoyed this book is an understatement I've always wanted to travel to Australia but I'm sure there isn't a pill strong enough to knock me out for the long flight so I lived vicariously through her I know I probably wouldn't survive with my family of 4 in a camper for several weeks I'm too neurotic to borrow other people's homes or cars oh and that notion I had a few years ago about homeschooling my kids? Nope but I'm sure glad AK Turner tried itIf you're up for some honest anxiety laden humorous family travel with the occasional f bomb thrown in for good measure this read is a no brainer I'm ready for the next trip

  8. Joan Joan says:

    This first person account of a couple who work from home and their two daughters ages 5 and 7 on a two month trek through part of Australia including Tasmania is fun to read Some of the weird things that happen would have to be true because nobody could think them upIt takes a great deal of courage and a very sound marriage to withstand the daily ups and downs of life with children when you are living in a rental apartment or a rented caravan for only a few days or weeks before moving on to the next adventure

  9. Cathy Cathy says:

    The story of 2 certifiable parents that travelled through Australia with their 2 under age 10 children Despite trips to every beach they came across a visit to a former prison homeschooling and a diet that seemed to consist of PBJ the family had a marvelous time I learned a few things about Australia and am sorry I never had a trip like this with my childrenI received this book from a Goodreads giveaway

  10. Krystle Krystle says:

    Homeschooling family traveling a very entertaining book If you are looking for a hilarous book about kidsfamilytravellife this is the book for you Oh and you may just learn a little something along the way

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