My little guy and I just read Space and Animals on the Go, two new board books coming out from National Geographic Kids later this spring. We loved them both! These are books little guys and gals and their parents and teachers will LOVE!
Space is a wonderful introduction to the mysteries beyond. Accessible and written in developmentally-appropriate language (and some humor!), Space introduces readers to Earth, our moon, the other planets, the Milky Way, stars, and astronauts. The images are breathtaking, and the sparse print text is suitable for young readers. The interactive last page engages readers in the subject – in mostly authentic ways.
When I was a little girl, I built a planetarium in my bedroom, and I hope little readers will be equally excited about space after reading this title. Space earns four stars. ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Animals on the Go does not disappoint with its images. Focused on how animals move, this title takes readers on a journey of different animals’ movements. We learn how snakes, ostriches, dolphins, and a host of other animals move. The back pages include a review of the animals’ sounds. This page serves as a very informal assessment of what readers have learned in the book. I found myself enjoying the end pages of this book more than those in Space.
A wonderful introduction to how animals move around, Animals on the Go will inspire the next generation’s amazement with our world and earns four stars. ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️