Family Travel Book for New Parents, ‘Flying with Baby,’ Now Available on Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo and Other eBook Retailers

Oakland, California (EastBayDaily) — Author Meg Collins, founder of, is pleased to announce that her top-rated family travel eBook, “Flying with Baby,” has been published on Smashwords. Already available on, “Flying with Baby” will now be distributed and made available via Barnes & Noble, Apple, Kobo and other eBook retailers.

“Flying with Baby” is a funny yet informative handbook for nervous parents preparing for their first flight. The eBook is top-rated in its category on Amazon. As a Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) and frequent flyer, author Meg Collins provides everything a new parent should know about traveling with a little one – such as buying tickets and seat selection, preparing for their flight, packing, information about car seats and strollers, entertaining baby and much more.

“Flying with a small child may seem like a daunting task. We’ve all heard the horror stories from other parents and they may make you want to forget about traveling altogether,” Collins says. “But I’m here to tell you that it doesn’t have to be so difficult; if you’re prepared and know what to expect, it will make things a lot easier for both parents and baby. My book gives you practical tips and advice on how to make your flight a smooth ride.”

As the top-rated reviews reveal, new parents love this handbook for its straight-forward yet humorous voice, making it a fun and educational read. Reader Kara Quinn says, “This book is funny and informative, in classic Lucie’s List style. I was so nervous about flying with our 3-month old, but we had NO problems on our first flight. Thank you!!”

In addition to the Kindle version available via Amazon, readers can now download the “Flying with Baby” eBook for their Barnes & Noble Nooks, Apple iPads and iPhones and Kobo eReaders.

About Lucie’s List Lucie’s List is a website & newsletter dedicated to helping new moms survive pregnancy, infancy and toddlerhood. The site was born 4 years ago right after the birth of Meg’s first daughter, Lucie. After struggling with everything from breastfeeding to sleep deprivation to car seat selection, she vowed to tell everyone the things that nobody told her. She created along with a weekly email newsletter, a.k.a. "Crib Notes", so others could learn from her mistakes (and maybe have a laugh or two along the way). The top-rated email newsletter, now sent to over 72,000 loyal subscribers, aims to distill the overwhelming mountain of information into weekly, bite-size chunks. The site has been dubbed “A Survival Guide for New Moms,” and covers baby registry basics, postpartum issues, life with baby and more. The Lucie’s List site and e-mail newsletter are the ultimate resources for new moms who want the real scoop on parenthood. To visit the site or subscribe to the newsletter, visit


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