National Geographic Readers: Titanic Paperback – Mar 27 2012
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Melissa Stewart is the owner of Honeybee Productions, an editorial services company, and has written many celebrated nonfiction books for children. For National Geographic Readers Melissa has written Ants, Snakes, and Dolphins.
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I LOVE this book! It is FULL of pictures on fantastic wipe clean pages! Photo pages. (4-year-old boys get everything dirty, and within the first 24 hours he had something on these pages, and I was over-the-moon when I discovered how easily they wiped clean. Bonus!)
So many great pictures fill this book. Because to a preschooler, who can't read, that's the most important thing! He doesn't want a book filled with words that he doesn't understand, he wants pictures of things he can see. Relate to. Look at. He loves the pictures. He loves to flip through this book and stare at all the pictures, and then show us all the pictures. "Look at this one!" It has pictures of the Titanic being built. Of it floating. Of it sinking. Of it on the ocean floor... And that's what these kids want to see. All these amazing pictures.
Of course, it's full of awesome facts, too. Facts I haven't heard or seen yet either, which makes it that much better. Short little facts that I can read before he flips the page. That he actually takes interest in. That he can repeat.
This is a fantastic little book for anybody who's interested in the Titanic - but especially for kids. Lots of pictures, durable pages, and full of interesting facts. Oh, and a great price! I just wish it came with a Kindle copy.
- GREAT for kids from 4-10
- Super inexpensive, we bought for about $3
- Just the right length, should last the kid about 30 mins to read on his/her own while looking at the pics
- Since it's a 2 ounce paperback book, it's very portable
Highly recommend and thank you Nat Geo! Take a look at my pic to see a glimpse...