Educational Review: Smithsonian Discover Earth

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Title: Smithsonian Discover: Earth
Author:  Dorothea DePrisco
Illustrations:  Collaboration
Publisher:  Silver Dolphin Books and Smithsonian
ISBN: 9781626861633

Review:

“The Earth is just one of the planets in our solar system, which is just one part of the Milky Way galaxy, which is one small part of the universe. But it’s a pretty special place, because it’s where you live.”

Earth is a very exciting place. Young readers will learn about how old planet Earth is and the galaxy around it. Readers will find the age of the dinosaurs and how the T. rex was 13 feet tall and its spike-shaped teeth were up to 6 inches long. The Blue Planet section has 12 fact cards full of wonderful photography and information.  The Wild Weather section has a giant map and fast facts. Did you know that no two snowflakes are alike? The most rainfall ever recorded in one year is 1000 inches in Cherrapunji, Inda. Also included is a 3-D globe to build. This sturdy guide will answer plenty of questions young readers have about the planet they live on. Real photos of amazing earth make reading and learning fun.

Parents and teachers will love this handy tool for quick and easy learning. This notebook is easy to store on a shelf or travel with during a family vacation. This is also a great interactive and hands on guide to engage and enhance a readers learning potential.


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