My son started reading the Story of the World series as a third grade, and he absolutely loved it.
My kids absolutely love it, often beg for me to put it in when we get in the car, and won't let me turn it off until we get where we're going.
The book reads like a story and is packed with information that is easy for young elementary students to understand.
My kids are 4 and 5 and they will sit and listen to this like a storybook. It is great as a foundation of world history. I like it so much I bought the other three!Published 1 day ago by Kimberlee M Stevens
Although the scope of material covered is good, if you are looking for children's history with an exemplary writing style, this series may perhaps not work well for your purposes. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Snapdragon1066
We homeschool and my kids ask me to read this book. It is written so a child can understand and enjoy it. Would definitely recommend.Published 3 days ago by alpalb
We are using this book for homeschooling, and am somewhat disappointed. It is written almost as an attempt at a "scholarly" book written for kids. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Martin
My daughters have tremendous knowledge of history. I'm always surprised when some obscure fact rolls off their tongues. I ask, "How in the world do you know *that?! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mollie B Griffith
I cannot review this entire work, because we found it entirely inappropriate from a Christian perspective, and I would not continue listening to all of it in my daughter's... Read morePublished 20 days ago by Another Reader