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TIME for Kids Big Book of What Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-25 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 57 user ratings
ISBN:1603202412
LANGUAGE:English

"Big book of What was the best non-fiction book I read before. It has all the important facts and amazing facts. This book is good for reading for fun, practicing facts, and reading practice. So this book is really helpful. I recommend this book to everyone. No matter if they are young or old, short or tall. This book has different sections, so it can help people find where they want to read about. I liked the mystery zone. There was this girl who said she saw a fairy. She took several pictures and showed people. Finally, she admitted that she made those up, but the last picture was true. When I was reading that, I was so excited. So creepy. I was actually really scared. So I can enjoy the book. So this is a great book. I strongly recommend." said.

"Who says it’s only kids who want to know the answers to these questions? I lingered over this book, reading a couple of pages every day, for months, sharing whole paragraphs with my husband at the breakfast table, reciting key facts to my walking buddies, and telling total strangers on the train little tidbits from this delicious book.

It answers such important questions as, “What Should You Do if You Run into a Bear in the Wild?” and “What fish communicates through farting?” and “What are some insects you can eat?” You just don’t get this kind of vital info in your fifth grade science class, though every kid longs to know the answers.

Great photos and wonderful splashes of facts scattered on the pages combine with great questions and answers to make this a great choice for a long trip and an ideal book for those older reluctant readers.
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"When I read about this book, I was intrigued. My oldest just turned 9, and she’s very, very curious about things. She asks all sorts of questions, and I don’t always know how to explain something to her. So, when I saw this book, I thought it sounded great. And I was right! There are tons of questions – with answers, of course – covering a variety of topics (animals, inventions, space, the future, and more). And these are questions my kids have asked occasionally. The most relevant for my family at this point are:

What Are the Differences between African and Asian Elephants?
What Is a Blue Moon?
What Is an Adam’s Apple?
What Are the Northern Lights?
What Is the Difference between a Fruit and a Vegetable?
What Is the Longest a Person Can Survive Without Water?
What Is Mancala?
What Is Mardi Gras?

These are just some of the questions my kids have asked that this book has answered! (Yes, the Adam’s Apple question did come up! LOL) I know what all of these are, but not necessarily how to explain it to a child. This book is a lifesaver for these situations! Plus, there are even some activities that go along with some of the questions:

Create a Solar Eclipse
Make Smoothie Pops
Make Your Own Mancala Board
Make Your Own Boomerang
There are a few others, too. We will be trying some of these soon.

If you have inquisitive kids, this book will help a ton. I would highly recommend this for parents everywhere who don’t always know exactly how to explain the answers to some of kids’ toughest questions.
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"Full review at http://littleredreads.blogspot.com/20...

The true test of a book at our house it how my children receive it. My oldest son, 7, took the book around with him every where for a good week reading aloud from its pages. We learned about holidays in different countries, what an adam's apple is, and customs around the world. Then I found him making paper boomerangs from instructions within and eventually he even cooked up some pudding pops all on his own. The Big Book of What kept him highly entertained with full page photos and how-to's. I would recommend it for children ages 6-12 and give it a full five stars for making a reluctant reader one happy camper!

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"Big book of What was the best non-fiction book I read before. It has all the important facts and amazing facts. This book is good for reading for fun, practicing facts, and reading practice. So this book is really helpful. I recommend this book to everyone. No matter if they are young or old, short or tall. This book has different sections, so it can help people find where they want to read about. I liked the mystery zone. There was this girl who said she saw a fairy. She took several pictures and showed people. Finally, she admitted that she made those up, but the last picture was true. When I was reading that, I was so excited. So creepy. I was actually really scared. So I can enjoy the book. So this is a great book. I strongly recommend." said.

"Who says it’s only kids who want to know the answers to these questions? I lingered over this book, reading a couple of pages every day, for months, sharing whole paragraphs with my husband at the breakfast table, reciting key facts to my walking buddies, and telling total strangers on the train little tidbits from this delicious book.

It answers such important questions as, “What Should You Do if You Run into a Bear in the Wild?” and “What fish communicates through farting?” and “What are some insects you can eat?” You just don’t get this kind of vital info in your fifth grade science class, though every kid longs to know the answers.

Great photos and wonderful splashes of facts scattered on the pages combine with great questions and answers to make this a great choice for a long trip and an ideal book for those older reluctant readers.
" said.

"Full review at http://littleredreads.blogspot.com/20...

The true test of a book at our house it how my children receive it. My oldest son, 7, took the book around with him every where for a good week reading aloud from its pages. We learned about holidays in different countries, what an adam's apple is, and customs around the world. Then I found him making paper boomerangs from instructions within and eventually he even cooked up some pudding pops all on his own. The Big Book of What kept him highly entertained with full page photos and how-to's. I would recommend it for children ages 6-12 and give it a full five stars for making a reluctant reader one happy camper!

" said.

"Big book of What was the best non-fiction book I read before. It has all the important facts and amazing facts. This book is good for reading for fun, practicing facts, and reading practice. So this book is really helpful. I recommend this book to everyone. No matter if they are young or old, short or tall. This book has different sections, so it can help people find where they want to read about. I liked the mystery zone. There was this girl who said she saw a fairy. She took several pictures and showed people. Finally, she admitted that she made those up, but the last picture was true. When I was reading that, I was so excited. So creepy. I was actually really scared. So I can enjoy the book. So this is a great book. I strongly recommend." said.

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