Jul 23, 2018

#OutsideExploring #NetGalley #Animals #Nature

Title: Outside: Exploring Nature
Author: Maria Ana Peixe Dias, Ines Teixeira do Rosario
Illustrator: Bernardo P. Carvalho
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Childrens
Publish Day: July 5, 2018 -- Ready for purchase today!
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Summary
What are stars made of? Why is the ocean blue? How are rainbows created? Whether you live in the country or the city, nature is still all around you, so what are we waiting for? It's time to jump off the couch and discover the world that awaits you on your doorstep. Learn about the formation of the Earth, how the weather works, and what causes volcanoes and earthquakes with this comprehensive book, created in collaboration with a team of experts. ​Suggestions for activities and many illustrations to help the whole family get started, leave the house, and go out to discover – or simply admire – the amazing world that exists outside.

Review:

eBooks through Netgalley thanks to publishers in exchange for an honest review. Images are simply to show off the eBook I have and may not be 100% accurate to what they published.

Informative and illustrative love the contrast of black and the blues.



Title: Outside: Exploring Animals
Author: Maria Ana Peixe Dias, Ines Teixeira do Rosario
Illustrator: Bernardo P. Carvalho
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Childrens
Publish Day: July 5, 2018 -- Ready for purchase today!
Rating: 

Summary: Where does this footprint come from? Who has nibbled this pine cone? What is this worm up to? Whether you live in the country or the city, nature is still all around you, so what are we waiting for? It's time to jump off the couch and discover the animals that live on your doorstep. Created in collaboration with a team of experts, this comprehensive guide includes suggestions for activities and many illustrations to help the whole family get started, leave the house, and go out to discover – or simply admire – the amazing world that exists outside.


Review:

eBooks through Netgalley thanks to publishers in exchange for an honest review. Images are simply to show off the eBook I have and may not be 100% accurate to what they published.

Informative and illustrative love the contrast of black and the pinks.




Overall: This is a great resource for in the classroom or in the family bookshelf. Amazon lists this as a K-3 resource. It could be to explore imagery or work through the text. But to me this feels and reads for more 3rd and up? I could be wrong and it depends on your younging. But it's a good group/family read ..to go along with exploring the outside world. 

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