Dare to explore—from modern day adventures to close calls and narrow escapes. In this book, amazing animals take readers into the wild and into the water. Readers discover cultural connections from food, currency, literature and lots more from around the world.
Filled with maps, facts and more this book helps readers learn to go green and help our threatened earth!
This is such a great book and fantastic way for kids to learn. My 5 year old LOVES it. I think all the colorful pages help too. She enjoys learning little tidbits of information and that’s what this book includes. There are so many great topics. We are slowly going through the book because, of course we talk about what we’ve read but she is fascinated with it. There is a section “Countries of the World” where we’ve talked about the different places that her dad has traveled to (he travels out of the US for work) and she loves learning about that. Of course she’s not really interested in all the information in the book about the countries yet, but it gets us talking about them and she’s learning so much! The suggested ages are 8 to 12 but your younger child may also enjoy reading it with you.
You can purchase the 2010 Kids Almanac online at National Geographic.
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