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When her two boys were 9 and 11, this adventure journalist and her National Geographic photographer husband decided to hell with boring old school: what better way to learn about history, culture, languages—and each other—than traveling together around the world? So the family set out on what turned into a three-year adventure that included the Great Wall of China, Egypt during the Arab Spring, leopard-spotting in Serengeti, the heights of Machu Picchu, World War II landmarks in Normandy, a civil rights lesson in Selma, and so much more. By the end, not only were they closer as a family, they became true global citizens and explorers, bonded by a priceless trove of memories and experiences.
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For more than 23 years, Jeannie Ralston has been writing for magazines, both on-staff and as a freelancer. Her work has been published in Life, Time, National Geographic, The New York Times, Smithsonian, Audubon, Texas Monthly, Glamour, Prevention, Conde Nast Traveler, Travel & Leisure, Real Simple and This Old House. She was a contributing editor for Allure for eight years, for Ladies Home Journal for three years and at Parenting magazine for eight years. She and her husband renovated a stone barn on 200 acres of the Texas Hill Country and began growing lavender as a crop, becoming the pioneers of a new agricultural industry in Texas. Their life on the farm, called Hill Country Lavender, became the basis for Ralston’s memoir, The Unlikely Lavender Queen, published by Broadway Books.jeannieralston.comkendrickworldclass.com
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