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by Amy Shields

eBook National Geographic Readers: Planes epub
  • ISBN: 1426307128
  • Author: Amy Shields
  • Genre: Children
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books (September 14, 2010)
  • Pages: 32 pages
  • ePUB size: 1216 kb
  • FB2 size 1938 kb
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Print Length: 32 pages. Publisher: National Geographic Children's Books (July 24, 2012). Publication Date: July 24, 2012. Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services. This item: National Geographic Readers: Planes.

AMY SHIELDS lives in a little house in the middle of the woods in upstate New York . She has an unusual friendship with her two dogs, Jenny and Toby, but the real loves of her life are her two daughters. She has written and ghostwritten many books for children. I'm quite sure his 5 year old brother will enjoy it. unless you are an expert on trains I'd bet that you'll enjoy the photos and learn something you didn't know about trains !!!

This pamphlet (not really a book) was very disappointing. For pre-readers and new readers text must be logical and images easily interpreted. The text was not even sub-par, it was mystifying.

This pamphlet (not really a book) was very disappointing. The images were even worse.

We started reading National Geographic Kids books when he was about six (he's nine now) and I can honestly say that these books have been . AMY SHIELDS lives in a little house in the middle of the woods in upstate New York.

We started reading National Geographic Kids books when he was about six (he's nine now) and I can honestly say that these books have been instrumental in teaching him to read. Consumer "My kids love these books. Super fun and interesting.

BOOK TITLE: Planes (National Geographic Readers Series) by Amy Shields SHORT DESCRIPTION: It is an easy to read book filled with photos and simple sentences to teach children all about plans.

BOOK TITLE: Planes (National Geographic Readers Series) by Amy Shields SHORT DESCRIPTION: It is an easy to read book filled with photos and simple sentences to teach children all about plans, from the many types of plans to reasons for them. FOCUS: Informational Text Mini-Lesson - Labeling These easy to read picture books are very easy for kindergarteners to understand and are a great introduction to non-fiction

My son loves these books.

My son loves these books. We started reading National Geographic Kids books when he was about six (he's nine now) and I can honestly say that these books have been instrumental in teaching him to read. My kids love these books. The National Geographic Kid is curious about the world around them, empowered in the face of challenges and responsible for others and the natural world. Combining these principles with the international educational heritage of Collins, this partnership is a natural fit for books that are funny, weird, exploratory, educational and loved by children.

item 1 Planes (National Geographic Readers) (Natio. Children's General Non-Fiction. National Geographic Readers: Level 1. Pagination. by National Geographic Paperback. item 2 National Geographic Readers: Planes by Shields, Amy -National Geographic Readers: Planes by Shields, Amy. £. 5. item 3 National Geographic Readers: Planes by Shields, Amy -National Geographic Readers: Planes by Shields, Amy.

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How cool is a supersonic jet that can zip, dip, and zoom through the air? Or a helicopter that hovers as still as a hummingbird? In this 32-page beginning reader, a real-life pilot introduces kids to the greatest planes that ever flew. Enticing photographs and fascinating facts ensure that a child’s natural curiosity is both inspired AND satisfied. Like each book in this successful series, Planes offers a high-excitement topic from a trusted content provider.National Geographic supports K-12 educators with ELA Common Core Resources.Visit www.natgeoed.org/commoncore for more information.
Comments: (7)
Zeleence
We bought this for our 3 year old sight unseen because of the Nat Geo brand. She likes a few of the pictures but as a book about planes, the text is awful. My wife and I gave up on reading it and we just talk about the (not the most interesting) pictures to her in our own words, instead.

For instance, a two page spread about an air force C-17 cargo plane calls it a "working plane" because in the cargo hold (illustrated in the full page photo) is an Airstream trailer used by VIPs for privacy. Okay, so is the book saying that commercial airliners aren't "working planes" then? And who cares about VIPs having privacy in a book about planes? Then there is the bit about aircraft carriers and how much food is cooked on board. Again, if you only have a few pages to write about planes (it's a thin book), why write about that?

The book also is factually inaccurate, stating that the SR-71 is the fastest plane, as if that type was still flying. It isn't. Not since 1998.

A lot of space inside the book is taken up by pictures of "Pilot Nic," who is a twenty-something woman dressed up like a caricature of a barnstormer. She is not convincing in that role.

The only positive thing to say about this book is that after reading it, we became much more circumspect about buying anything from Nat Geo. Seriously, there are much better alternatives. Don't waste your money.
Ffyan
Too simple with questionable facts
Nekora
Very informational
Wenaiand
Great book!
Na
Ok.
Wenes
good
LeXXXuS
My son absolutely loves this book. He wants to be a pilot to fly the SR-71 Blackbird.
My daughter recently started reading and this is one of her favorite books to read to me during the bed time.
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