Magic Tree House Fact Tracker #26: Pandas and Other Endangered Species: A Nonfiction Companion to Magic Tree House #48: A Perfect Time for Pandas Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-12 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I thought this book taught a lot of why not to eat palm oil, or bluefin tuna. Palm oil knocks down tigers, orangatans, sloths, and pandas homes. NOBODY wants to accidentily kill an animal! " said.

" That makes me ultra sure that Pandas are the most cute creatures ever ..... " said.

" i love pandas! This is a great book for panda lovers. " said.

" I like the book, because the title really reflects the content of the book. I get a lot of information just by reading this non-thick book. Suitable for all ages. " said.

" Pandas and Other Endangered Species is a wonderful installment to a wonderful series, and I would recommend it to any parent, child, or fan of children's books.For a quick overview of what one can expect their child to learn from the book, see my full review at Amara's Eden. " said.

"My kids loved this book. It gave them a great understanding of Pandas and Other Endangered Species, without being boring. Does not read like a text book and they loved that. We don't care for textbook reads. My only wish would be that the photographs of the animals would be in color. I think the photographs would be more appealing to children if they were vivid, not just black and white. Also the photographs are hard to see.
We read this book with the Magic Tree House companion book. I highly recommend reading them together. I would read a little of this book as a read a loud, then read 3 chapters of the companion book. So my kids would get a little non-fiction then a little fiction. I find this helps my children pay attention more during this book (non-fiction). Because they are looking forward to the fiction book, as well as, we discuss what we know about pandas as I read the companion. If that makes sense! LOL

I also loved at the ending of this book, it gave my children ways on how to help the earth. Save the planet. Not hard things either. Even things that they think are little that will help. One step at a time.
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"Don't hate me because I didn't really like this book. I was simply disappointed because it's about Pandas AND Other Endangered Species. When I read a book about pandas, I want to read a book about PANDAS. I don't really mind learning about other animals, especially endangered ones; it's just that since the original MAGIC TREE HOUSE book is ALL about pandas, I was just looking forward to the nonfiction book that was written in conjunction with the original MAGIC TREE HOUSE book to be ALL about pandas. I love pandas so much, I just want to read all I can about them and I was everyone else to love them as much as I do....

Other than the fact that this book is about more than just pandas, overall, it's really pretty decent. I honestly don't think Mary Pope Osborne can go wrong with her MAGIC TREE HOUSE series. She's found a rhythm/pattern that seems to work; she might as well stick with it.

Besides, it was the MAGIC TREE HOUSE books that really started Samuel on his love for reading. He found that he could zip through them within 3 days, and the next thing I knew, he was WANTING to read.....! Momma's gotta love that! Which means, of course, that the MAGIC TREE HOUSE books are a little special in this house....
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"This is another informative book in the series of Research Guides (now known as Fact Trackers), companion books to the Magic Tree House stories. This book is the companion book to A Perfect Time for Pandas. We have loved these books and read as many as we can get at our local library.

This book offers an in-depth look at Panda bears. We learn about where they live, what they eat, and how they grow, as well as the goodwill gestures of the Chinese to give pandas to foreign zoos. Overall, we found this book interesting and educational, although I think that additional endangered species were added to the book so it wasn't too short.

I think these books are great for elementary school-age children, especially if they are doing a report or want to learn more about a topic. It's a bit long to read all at one time, but we were fascinated by the topic. We really enjoyed reading it together - it was a fun read.
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