Book Review: Record Breaking Earth

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Record Breaking Earth
Anita Ganeri

Planet earth is an amazing world. Grassy plains, icy tundras and beautiful blue waters abundant with life are just a few of the wondrous places found on our very special planet. Ganeri has chosen twelve exciting places for young readers to explore. Travelers tips give readers insight on what preparations you will need to take and things you can do. While the fact zone gives young readers a few amazing facts about each place. Young readers will look at wonderful photography of Mount Everest,The Amazon Rain Forest, Lake Titicaca and much more. Greenland is mostly covered by a sheet of ice and in some spots the ice is 2.5 miles thick. The Nile river is the longest river in the world. The Sahara Desert has sand dunes as tall as 60-story buildings. Ganeri's twelve amazing places shares information about animals too. The back of the book has a glossary and websites so readers can learn more. Teachers and parents will love this guide for reference in regards to school projects and families learning about our beautiful planet together.

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