- National Geographic Society
Related to a popular feature in the super successful National Geographic Little Kids magazine, this book brings the browsable fun of the bestselling National Geographic Kids Almanac, to a new group of audiences, the preschoolers! The book uses a communicative question-and-answer format and content which interests the child immediately.
The Big Book of Why offers active information, practical games, easy recipes, crafts and more. An important parent reference, The Big Book of Why offers children to ask big questions, think big thoughts and get answers that are correct, engaging, level-appropriate and based on sound educational researches.
It helps preschoolers get ready for school in an interesting way, the very best way to substitute learning at this age, as per research. Extremely detailed and lively, this big book is a journey in exploration.
About the author
Amy Shields is an editor, author and supporter of children books in every size, shape, color, genre and age. As an author Amy loves writing informational books for kids. She has written craft books, book for beginning readers and question-and-answer books. She is working on a nonfiction graphic book for little kids. Amy lives in upstate New York and is a member of the New York Library Association.
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