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Cover: Brazil

A Review of "One World, Many Countries" in Horn Book Guide

K-3 One World, Many Countries series. These serviceable overviews for report writers are liberally illustrated with sharp photos. An introductory chapter in each book highlights life in the Amazon region (Brazil) and Chichicastenango’s thriving and historically significant marketplace (Guate View →

 
Cover: Australia

A Review of "One World, Many Countries" in Horn Book Guide

K-3 One World, Many Countries series. This serviceable overview for report writers is liberally illustrated with sharp photos. An introductory chapter highlights the School of the Air, which now offers education to outback children via computer rather than the original two-way radios. Four… View →

 
Cover: On the Hunt with Hyenas

A Review of "On the Hunt with Animal Predators" in Children's Bookwatch

‘On The Hunt With Hyenas’ is an exciting, accurate, photo -illustrated nonfiction, hard bound library volume from the series, On the Hunt With Animal Predators, for children age 6 and up. Illustrated with many stunning color photographs of hyena cubs and their mothers, in packs in their… View →

 
Cover: The Voyager Space Probes

A Review of "Wonders of Space" in Children's Bookwatch

‘The Voyager Space Probes’ covers the exciting story of the planning and launching of the twin Voyager 1 and Voyager 2 in 1977, to travel to the outer planets of our solar system Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Uranus, and beyond. Four chapters cover the exciting preparation, planning, and… View →

 
Cover: Inventing the Internet

A Review of "The Spark of Invention" in Children's Bookwatch

‘Inventing the Internet’ is a photo-illustrated educational resource about the source, invention, and impact of the internet, for young readers age 7-8 and up. Tracing the early beginnings of the internet and computers to the 1950’s, important inventors mentioned are J.C. R. Lickliker, Paul… View →

 
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A Review of "Animals of the Rain Forest" in School Library Connection

All the ingredients that create a usable easy reference series can be found in these informative books. Vivid detailed photographs show the animals of the rain forest. First, students meet the animals and are given descriptions to recognize them. They also learn about their homes, their… View →

 
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A Review of "Gross Jobs" in School Library Connection

Initial chapters in each book define what the job does, including a day-in-the-life description. Discussion follows as to why the job is important, and a closing chapter addresses problems and controversies that face the profession. The layout is consistent, with fun fact call-outs; they… View →

 
Cover: Acrostic Poems

A Review of "Poetry Party" in School Library Connection

Cinquain, concrete, limerick, and several more forms of poetry are introduced to young readers in this series. Each book asks ‘What is Poetry?’ and the volumes define poetry as it pertains to the featured type. Rhyme and rhythm are mentioned in every book since they are so important to… View →

 
Cover: Apollo: God of the Sun, Healing, Music, and Poetry

A Review of "Roman Mythology" in School Library Connection

Each god or goddess is briefly introduced for young readers as well as for more experienced readers who are looking for a basic understanding of the myths. There are short inserts containing additional facts; information that should help pique student interest and encourage more research… View →

 
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A Review of "Unsolved Mysteries" in School Library Journal

Popular beliefs, skepticism, and scientific study all receive their due in three or four chapters in these brief, informative accounts. Each begins with a particular episode and its subsequent investigation, followed by additional information, including history. Covered are sightings… View →

 

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