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Infolink Book Evaluation Program (Steve Larson)

This is a basic introduction to this profession done in a very positive way. At least one of the dentists pictured is African-American. The dentist is shown using his various tools and equipment, giving away a toothbrush; and even brushing his own teeth after eating lunch. A final page… View →

 

School Library Journal (Beth Wright, Edythe Dyer Community Library, Hampden, ME )

In each of these volumes, the goofy Professor Snickerdoodle helps a young friend perform a series of simple science ‘tricks.’ Clearly illustrated instructions show how to perform each one, and ‘how it works’ sections using a minimum of scientific terminology explain the property of air or… View →

 

Parent Council, Ltd.

Forest fires are not always bad, as this science book explains. Beautiful photographs and a question-per-page format make this an attractive book for young curious minds. A short glossary and index are included. View →

 

School Library Journal (Karey Wehner, San Francisco Public Library )

Unusually large, clear, full-color close-ups give these basic introductions a cachet of realism. In each title, a full-page photograph of the type of invertebrate profiled alternates with a page of text in large, easy-to-read print; scientific terms are introduced in bold-face. Each book… View →

 

School Library Journal (Denise E. Agosto, formerly at Midland County Public Library, TX )

A surprising amount of information is packed into this attractive title. Very brief text and large, full-color photographs introduce the land, plants, animals, history, and culture of Mexico. Although the text is choppy and oversimplified in some places, this colorful book makes a good… View →

 

Parent Council, Ltd. (SK)

Large full colorful photos and easy-to-read text take young readers on a guided tour through a busy animal hospital. Whimsical illustrations give further explanations about the significance of events taking place in each of the photographs. Aspiring young vets and animal lovers in general… View →

 

Parent Council, Ltd.

Magnificent full-color photography of animals in action. Clear, easy-to-read and easy-to-understand text explains the importance of certain animal adaptations such as camouflage, and animal actions such as migrations and home construction. Each of the books contains a table of contents and glossary. View →

 

SE Pennsylvania School Library Book Reviewers (Stella K.)

The message of this book is that kindness is essentially doing something thoughtful and nice without being asked to do it. Each double page of the book has an imaginatively simple but clear full-color drawing of a child doing something which is described in the adjoining page. The acts… View →

 

School Library Journal (Gebregeorgis Yohannes, San Francisco Public Library, CA)

This profusely illustrated introduction presents some very basic information. Each double-page section briefly covers a different topic, such as the land, its people, flora and fauna, history, education, and contemporary life. A three-quarters page, full-color photo alternates with a page… View →

 

School Library Journal (Charlyn Lyons, formerly at Wichita Public Library, KS )

This attractive photo-essay looks at how ostriches are born, what they eat, how they run and protect themselves, and more. Each spread includes a full-page, full-color photograph of average to above-average quality that zeros in on the topic or attribute under discussion. Suitable for young… View →

 

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