By GreatSchools Staff
by G. Brian Karas, Putnam (2008)
With minimal text and colorful pictures, On Earth offers children "a giant ride in space/spinning like a merry-go-round" as it explains the earth's daily and yearly cycles. Kids get a rudimentary explanation of the planet's orbit, rotation, and tilt; gravity; why we have seasons; and what happens as day turns into night. Vocabulary is simple for early readers, but some adult explanation of complex scientific concepts may be necessary.
Bottom line: Kids will get a first glimpse of how their everyday observations are connected to the larger life of the planet.
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