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Annabelle & Aiden: SAPIENS: Our Human Evolution Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 66 user ratings
ISBN:0997806699
LANGUAGE:English

"My daughter loves these books, I love that you can read just the story for younger kids or dive deeper with the facts swirling through the pictures when they get older. It never fails that we have big beautiful conversations after reading it, and she always seems to pick up on something different. The art is amazing and the story explains big topics without dumbing it down which I love. This is one of those series that when the notification comes in from Kickstarter that a new one is coming my husband backs it instantly no questions need be asked." said.

"The Annabel and Aiden series of science for children and gorgeously illustrated, including supplemental information for adults hidden as part of the illustration (and somewhat hard to read) The books discuss evolution, the big bang, myths in a way to provoke children to ask even more questions that parents are prepared to answer using the adult text. I recommend that parents read the book first before their kids start asking questions!
The reason I don't give the books 5 stars is that Becker has attempted to write the children's text in rhyme, which doesn't always succeed—and he is no poet. However kids seem to enjoy rhymes, so maybe it isn't a problem for them.
" said.

"A gentle and hopeful poem about human evolution. Not really an ape story as it starts right after we left the trees. It shows our journey from Africa to all the continents (and eventually space), from simple tools to kingdoms, from cave paintings to scientific revolution. Though we are the sole survivors of the many different human species, the book tells children we are not alone for we have each other. An excellent introduction to show a child who we are and where we come from. The poetry is simple yet filled with science facts, the drawings childlike yet hidden with details. I admire these books for not lying to kids. I think there should be more creative nonfiction, especially science literature, available to children. I look forward to more Annabelle and Aiden books!" said.

"My daughter loves these books, I love that you can read just the story for younger kids or dive deeper with the facts swirling through the pictures when they get older. It never fails that we have big beautiful conversations after reading it, and she always seems to pick up on something different. The art is amazing and the story explains big topics without dumbing it down which I love. This is one of those series that when the notification comes in from Kickstarter that a new one is coming my husband backs it instantly no questions need be asked." said.

"The Annabel and Aiden series of science for children and gorgeously illustrated, including supplemental information for adults hidden as part of the illustration (and somewhat hard to read) The books discuss evolution, the big bang, myths in a way to provoke children to ask even more questions that parents are prepared to answer using the adult text. I recommend that parents read the book first before their kids start asking questions!
The reason I don't give the books 5 stars is that Becker has attempted to write the children's text in rhyme, which doesn't always succeed—and he is no poet. However kids seem to enjoy rhymes, so maybe it isn't a problem for them.
" said.

"A gentle and hopeful poem about human evolution. Not really an ape story as it starts right after we left the trees. It shows our journey from Africa to all the continents (and eventually space), from simple tools to kingdoms, from cave paintings to scientific revolution. Though we are the sole survivors of the many different human species, the book tells children we are not alone for we have each other. An excellent introduction to show a child who we are and where we come from. The poetry is simple yet filled with science facts, the drawings childlike yet hidden with details. I admire these books for not lying to kids. I think there should be more creative nonfiction, especially science literature, available to children. I look forward to more Annabelle and Aiden books!" said.

"My daughter loves these books, I love that you can read just the story for younger kids or dive deeper with the facts swirling through the pictures when they get older. It never fails that we have big beautiful conversations after reading it, and she always seems to pick up on something different. The art is amazing and the story explains big topics without dumbing it down which I love. This is one of those series that when the notification comes in from Kickstarter that a new one is coming my husband backs it instantly no questions need be asked." said.

"The Annabel and Aiden series of science for children and gorgeously illustrated, including supplemental information for adults hidden as part of the illustration (and somewhat hard to read) The books discuss evolution, the big bang, myths in a way to provoke children to ask even more questions that parents are prepared to answer using the adult text. I recommend that parents read the book first before their kids start asking questions!
The reason I don't give the books 5 stars is that Becker has attempted to write the children's text in rhyme, which doesn't always succeed—and he is no poet. However kids seem to enjoy rhymes, so maybe it isn't a problem for them.
" said.

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