On Earth (Ala Notable Children's Books. Younger Readers (Awards)) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-11-06 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 14 user ratings

" Loved this book!What a simple introduction to space and Earth and seasons and the like!I could see this going over very well as an introduction to geometry.It's a great jumping off point, that's for sure!Haiku Review:Here we are on earth;spinning, tilting, orbiting,going round the sun. " said.

" Wow. Look at all the wonderful books I've discovered thanks to Family Fun. This is another book that will be wonderful to teach with. It covers the basic science needed to begin to understand geogrpahy. You know, the rotation of the Earth on axis, etc. It's fantastic. I'll be using this to begin our weekly Geography. " said.

" I loved On Earth by G. Brian Karas! This book is about the earth and gives a lot of information about why the seasons change and why it gets dark. The author did an incredible job simplifying the language to make it really easy to understand. The illustrations are also beautiful and they really compliment the words to the book. I would definitely want this book in my classroom! " said.

" Living on earth is special for so many reasons that G. Brian Karas can only point out the least obvious which are actually the simplest.He explains the wondrous earth using colorful illustrations and smooth text.Great book for young learners. Captivating and appealing.Published by G. P. Putnam & Sons " said.

" This beautiful book describes for children how the earth works and how it causes tides of the ocean with the moon and the rotations of the earth. It describes how the earth’s rotation causes the turn of the seasons and the progression of the year. It also details how gravity keeps us fixed to the earth. This would be a great opening book share for a science unit on the earth. It would also be a good first research project help book. " said.

" I read this book out loud to my children at an after school program and the older children really got into it because they knew a lot of the information already and they were ready to share that with me. The younger children enjoyed this as well because of the great pictures. I love that this book is bigger because it was easier to read to all the children, they were able to see the pictures clearly. I would use this book in my classroom whenever we talked about planets. " said.

" this book goes explains how we live on earth and why the seasons change. It tells us why we can be upside down on the earth and never fall off, and even tells us how we rotate on an axisI loved this book, the illustrations were wonderful, and the way it explained how the earth works was perfect for young but curious children. I would have this book in my classroom for my library, especially if I taught around 2nd grade. I would read it aloud for an earth unit. " said.

" This is a creatively illustrated book that explains how and why the earth rotates. The book uses birthdays, seasons, life changes, plant life cycles to connect to students about the rotation of the sun and earth. When the book talked about the rotation of the earth the words went into a circle. This is a great book for elementary students. The concepts of the rotation of the earth is a confusing topic but I would reread this book with any elementary grade. " said.

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