Book Review: National Geographic First Big Book of…


Title: National Geographic First Big Book of…

Authors: Various

Genre: Educational books

Age Range: Younger child to Older child

National Geographic First Big Book of...

About These Books

National Geographic First Big Book of… is a book series about lots of different things. The books have different themes such as, bugs, space, and the ocean.  The books are easy enough for young children to read and older children can learn from them too.

What’s In National Geographic First Big Book Of…?

-They have real-life pictures.

-There have questions to engage younger children.

-At the end of each book there is a section that helps parents expand their child’s learning with little activities, tips, and tricks.

-They have simple words for easy understanding.

My Star Rating

I rate these books 4 out of 5 stars because they are easy to read but they are quite long. It will take younger readers a while to read them.

Five Books I Recommend

1 – The First Big Book of Who teaches children about important people in history such as, Abraham Lincoln, Leonardo Da Vinci, Martin Luther King Jr., Marie Curie, and much, much, more.

National Geographic First Big Book of Who
I like Malala because she started standing up for the right thing when she was around my age.

2 – The First Big Book of Why answers questions that every child has such as, “Why do I have to eat my vegetables?”, and “Why do planes fly?”. It also has experiments that every child can do.

National Geographic First Big Book of Why
I like this because I have wondered why I have to eat vegetables for a long time now.

3 – The First Big Book of Space teaches about the planets, galaxies, and more. Each page has a fact file showing how big each planet is compared to earth, how long it would take to get there in a car, its place in space, and so on.

National Geographic First Big Book of Space
I think that Venus is the prettiest planet.

4 – The First Big Book of Bugs teaches all about different kinds of bugs such as, bees, butterflies and beetles. Each bug has a fact file which shows how big the bug is compared to your hand, where their home is, what they eat, and more! This book has information on known and unknown bugs.

National Geographic First Big Book of Bugs
Blue Morpho Butterflies are fascinating. They can blend in with a stick, leaf, or tree when they need to.

5 – The First Big Book of the Ocean teaches about the different sea animals that are found in the 5 oceans of the world. There is a fact file for every animal showing their home, what they eat, what sounds they make, and more.

National Geographic First Big Book of the Ocean
I really like dolphins. Each species is different in their own way.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Dorothy Berg said:

    That was very interesting Kyryi Trent.
    You did a very good job.

    December 16, 2016
    Reply
    • Kyryi Trent said:

      Thank you. I’m glad that you liked it.

      December 17, 2016
      Reply

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