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Written by National Geographic Kids
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Packed with wonder
There are so many beautiful and interesting books about Earth, that you tend to think you have seen all the pictures, watched all the programmes, read all the books, but when you read this book, you will realise you haven’t even touched the sides.
It is a wonderfully eye-popping book. Separated into different areas of the earth, and then sub divided into areas of interest, beauty, and fascination. It sparks an interest, like a free sample into a new experience. On each page there is just enough information to tempt you into finding out more through further reading and research, which as a learning tool in itself, is invaluable.
The photography is superb, clear, vibrant and detailed. The whole book is packed with so much wonder. It makes you remember what a wonderful and partly unknown planet we live on, but also that however much we feel we have travelled, most of us haven’t really touched the surface. It made me feel rather ignorant of the world around me.
The photography really is quite beautiful and it amazing to think that in over 200 pages, there is only a small boat on p59 and a lone house on p175. The anonymous photographers should be commended.
A fun and entertaining book for the whole family this Christmas.
Go on a journey of discovery to 100 of the world's most amazing places with this must-have, fun-filled gift book from the team that created the Weird but true! annual.
Featuring colourful hot springs, giant trees and explosive volcanoes, kids will be astounded by the 1000 incredible facts to wow family and friends with.
Jam-packed with bright, colourful photos.
From the Galapagos islands to the Serengeti National Park, the Cave of Crystals to Shark Bay Find out the WHERE? WHAT? and HOW? about each place along the way.
|Publication date:||14th October 2021|
|Author:||National Geographic Kids|
|Publisher:||Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers, 9+ readers|
|Genres:||General Knowledge / Trivia, Non-Fiction, People / Places, The Natural World|
|Collections:||Our Top Children's Christmas Book Recommendations for 2021, Celebrate British Science Week!,|
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