Children's book: The journey to China: Explore the world and meet new friends with new adventures and secret movies (The BuggeesBunch Book 2) Kindle Edition
|Length: 68 pages||Age Level: 5 - 10||Grade Level: K - 2|
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While it is a good read aloud book in its own right, with some terrific illustrations, the greatest value is derived from clicking on the triangle button to view a YouTube video. I especially liked the visit I took with the ladybugs to sweep down upon a palace of terracotta warriors.
To better understand what I am referring to, please view the attached screenshot. That one excursion, packed full of information enthusiastically told makes this children's book a winner, even if I don't consider the preceding and following pages.
Without hesitation, this is five stars out of five.
By the way, I purchased this book while it was free on Amazon, and am glad I did. Improved my mood from somber to my usual childhood outlook on life.
As with Book 1 of this series Nava reminds us that ‘hidden in these books are secret links and with one click you will be up high looking out at new horizons.' As a reminder our Buggees are lady bugs Ming, Yogi and Sheen who in terrific rhyme are out flying high on a rice lantern balloon over the see when they spot China. They observe a space where they see a tiger, an elephant, a bear and a giraffe. They land and see a panda bear named Bon Ton who explains they have landed in the Beijing famous zoo. And teaches them a few Chinese words. The four now friends visit the Forbidden City, discover the clue of the importance of yellow as a color, the yellow dragon standing guard, they learn about the population of China, the history of emperors, and finally they go outside and discover the Great Wall of China stretching form Dandong to Lop Lake. Bon Ton explains the Great Wall was built to protect the Forbidden City and the treasures hidden there. The visit the terra cotta soldiers, meet a little girl named Choonwa who takes them on a ride in a rickshaw and they see the rice paddies, the huge city of Shanghai where they see the great green ship that will escort the Buggees home – after they have learned all about China.
The story is followed by Fun Facts about China, Chinese words and other aspects that aid in a child’s learning about new and exciting places and ideas. The interactive aspect of the book pays off! Grady Harp, October 16
This book is free through Kindle Unlimited
So, here we are again with this second book in the Buggees Bunch series. This time the journey takes us to China. The first book is the introduction to the adventures of the Buggees Bunch – three ladybugs who set off to travel around the world. This installment tells the story of the Buggees Bunch as they explore the Celestial Empire with a local guide.
I thought the text and illustrations worked well together to teach important lessons about separation as an opportunity for positive change and new experiences, despite the difficulty. It’s a very interesting book that will educate young children on how anxiety can be transformed into enthusiasm and courage. This story will ignite the inquisitive young mind about the environment around them, and provide important coping skills for life.
This is a very imaginative and creative read that will make for an interesting series. Five stars from me. Well done. I received a copy for a fair and unbiased review.
Final pages in the ebook offer facts about China, Chinese words and phrases, and a clue to where the ladybugs will fly next. This is a series that really does seem to combine the best of old-fashioned picture books with the best of new media too.
Disclosure: I was given a copy and I offer my honest review.