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All young children will be aware that plastic is causing major problems in the world, so this bright, attractive and informative book is very welcome. It poses all the questions readers will have about plastic including how is it made, why is there so much of it, why is it such a problem, and can we live without it. The answers are revealed by lifting flaps – 60 of them in total – and the information presented is clear and comprehensive, while also showing children that they have the ability to change things. It’s an excellent example of a well-thought out, smartly designed and carefully presented information book, perfectly pitched for its young readership, though I guarantee adult readers will learn something new too.
September 2015 Fascinating Facts Book of the Month Five of Kipling’s honest serving-men are represented in this excellent book: on pages dedicated to What, Why, When, How and Where are questions to intrigue young children and, under cleverly shaped sturdy flaps, the answers that just might have stumped their parents. Examples include ‘When did the world begin?’, ‘Where is the South pole?’ and ‘How do bridges stay up?’ There’s no Who, but there is a Which and a Yes or No too, while the book concludes cleverly with some questions that only readers can answer. Flaps and facts will make an irresistible combination for inquisitive children. ~ Andrea Reece
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