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Earthsearch: A Kids' Geography Museum in a Book
by John Cassidy
Publisher: Klutz
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Reading Level: Ages 9-12
Edition: Spiral-bound
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Product Details
  • Spiral-bound: 110 pages
  • Publisher: Klutz; edition (Nov 1, 2022)
  • ISBN: 1878257749
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 Based on 10 reviews.
  • Sales Rank: 48262

Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:

5Educational, wonderful book!, Feb 4, 2023
Earthsearch is the kind of book that educators and parents are always looking for. It's fun for both adults and children. Information packed, plenty of hands-on learning, encourages interaction, and presents very interesting views on how we see our earth. Very easy, enjoyable reading, I finally understood concepts I had never been able to understand when I was younger. Highly recommend.

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:

5Want to know how to keep a room full of kids quiet?, Aug 14, 2023
Buy this book.

Simply stated, one of the best hands-on books I've come across. Stretched over the span of a summer this book managed to keep an entire neighborhood of kids (ages 5-12) busy and interested in the world around them.

An excellent addition to any library, home or school, this book tends to be more accessible to kids than its companion Explorabook. The experiments are easy for anyone of any age to execute.

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful:

5Its not just for kids, Jan 8, 2023
I originally bought the book for an 11 year old young man as Christmas persent. My son (26) looked it over and asked if I really was going to give it to the 11 year old? Other members of my family have now seen this and asked that I order more for various family members. Its very interactive and contains many interesting and intriguing bits of information. The cover alone is a wonder. I wound up giving the book to my grandson for Christmas and he's 7 years old. Now his dad is enjoying it, as well. I can picture and imagine everyone enjoying this Museum in a book.

7 of 8 people found the following review helpful:

5A Book that Tells the Truth about Life, Dec 3, 2022
EarthSearch is amazing! It is a book that tells the truth in ways that can really helps kids (and all readers) understand issues like wealth and poverty and their effect on nutrition around the world. The examples used are really eye-opening, such as having a large, medium and small pile of M&M;'s, dividing up the class based on where a spinner lands (note lack of choice in the matter of where the spinner lands), then giving the largest pile of candy to the smallest group, which represent the wealthiest people, the medium to the the middle group, and the smallest to the largest group of people, who are representing the poorest poeple on the planet. These are the types of lessons kids need to learn so that they can work towards improving the basic rights that need to be seen the world over. If any teachers are considering this book, get it! It is important. I am 22 years old and if my girlfriend was not a teacher, I would have bought the copy we found today rather than letting her buy it. I think if this book does not arrive to me as a gift this holiday season, I will be making the purchase soon.

(Other examples in the book, among others: recycling, trash management, different types of money around the world, and more!)

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful:

5I live in England and this book rocks!, Jan 26, 2023
I'm not going to mince words, but this is an amazing book. I showed it to my friends and they loved it! One friend loved the population clock, and another friend liked the maze on p27. You don't have to rate mine helpful, but if you want to keep us kids busy, get us this book!


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