Solar System Facts for Kids: The English Reading Tree (Volume 3) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-09-26 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 7 user ratings

"My grandson wasn't the least bit interested in reading it- the graphics and design was not clonducive to piquing the interest of an 8 year okd" said.

"It was informative & the illustrations were fine but it was super short. My 7 yr old read right through this as soon as he got it but he goes back to it often like a real reference book so it was worth the purchase." said.

"This book is not only laden with spelling and grammatical errors, but also is factually inaccurate, with statements such as "the planet that we call the Sun," that "the largest moon in the Solar System is in orbit around Mercury," and that "there is a dwarf planet beyond Jupiter that is named Pluto." Also, for what it is worth, this book is intended for older children to read independently, according to the forward; it is printed entirely in black and white, which is difficult for younger children who are dependent on visual cues such as Mars is red, Neptune is blue, etc." said.

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