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Everything Goes: In the Air Hardcover – September 18, 2012
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“The cheery cartoon illustrations are chock-full of details, making each invitingly crowded spread a destination worth slowing down for. Sit back, relax, and enjoy this survey of flight.” (The Horn Book)
“The colorful, cartoon-style illustrations offer young children plenty to observe and talk about. . . . Consider multiple copies.” (Booklist)
Top Customer Reviews
ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrations are colorful and funny. But they are extremely over busy. It is like reading a Where's Waldo book. You must spend much time looking at every little thing on the page to find the facts and the funny stuff. The word bubbles get completely forgot lost within the pictures.
THE GOOD: There are some very interesting facts about the many different flying machines starting with the first Wright Brothers Flyer. There is also a lot of slapstick humor throughout the book including a man who takes off most of his clothes to go through the metal detector instead of just his shoes. Older elementary students will have loads of fun reading this book over and over, especially if they are excited about flying machines.
AGE RECOMMENDATION: Grades 2-4
Finding the mother's lost babies was a fun seek and find for my friend's kid who is 2 and a little young to sit still for the explanations of the aircraft, but still ogled at all the pictures. He's obsessed with ANYTHING that goes, so I'm sure he'll get more from this as he gets older as well.
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This is sure to be endlessly pored over by young airplane fans.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My Grandson, age 3 checked out this book from the library and wouldn't put it down. I purchased for him and its still his favorite book.Published 11 months ago by TA
Great book, my kids call it a "daddy book" and want me to read it to them every night.Published 23 months ago by sb
My grandson's favorite book. His mom says she has to read it to him t least twice a day. Great gift for a two-year-old.Published on July 6, 2014 by Karen M. Brownfield
It's a funny book with quite a bit of history mixed in. My little girl loves the book. Now she knows all the names of things at the airport.Published on December 1, 2013 by R. Renck
I bought this for my 3 year old grandson and he really loved it. He loves books and had just returned from a flight so it was a nice reinforcement of that experience.Published on February 22, 2013 by Constance J. Stephens