Dreamy Antarctica: Embark on an Exciting Adventure Kindle Edition
|Length: 34 pages||Age Level: 3 - 8||Grade Level: K - 3|
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Indian author Maya Sara Karthik may be only ten years of age, but she has a talent for writing that shines already. A trip to Antarctica, in Maya's hands, is not only an entertaining exploration of the populace offered in fanciful rhyme and excellent illustrations, but also a fine educational resource for children - and the reading adults...Playful and entertaining and informative, this is the work of a talented new author who deserves wide attention. Recommended. - Grady Harp, Amazon Hall of Fame Top 100 Reviewer
Truly a masterpiece and a wonderful picture book that teaches that any journey can be magical - Lisa Caprelli, Author
- Publication date : August 28, 2020
- File size : 8242 KB
- Print length : 34 pages
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Language: : English
- Enhanced typesetting : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B08GZH12Z6
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #477 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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A trip to Antarctica, in Maya’s hands, is not only an entertaining exploration of the populace offered in fanciful rhyme and excellent illustrations (since no illustrator is mentioned, the art must belong to Maya, too!), but also a fine educational resource for children – and the reading adults. For example, while sharing the idea of living in igloos, the term ‘igloo’ is defined: “Let’s live in igloos! Oh, they are so cozy and so very warm, for they will surely shelter us in blizzards or a frosty storm.’ In the ‘Did you know’ section – ‘An igloo is a house made of blocks of ice in the shape of a dome. They are used by Inuit and Eskimo people living near the North Pole. Actually, there are so igloos in Antarctica, as nobody lives there permanently.’ That degree of entertainment - and reality testing! – pervades this little book.
Playful and entertaining and informative, this is the work of a talented new author who deserves wide attention. Recommended. Grady Harp, September 20
Top reviews from other countries
An attractively put together package, with cute illustrations, short rhyming verses, and interesting facts. I loved that the facts included helped to tackle many incorrect myths about the Antarctic - such as the idea that penguins and polar bears ever meet, when they live at the South and North Poles respectively! Well done.