New from Owlkids: The World in Infographics
This month, Owlkids Books published two titles in a new educational series called The World in Infographics. The books use icons, pictograms, and graphics to present stats, facts, and figures about a wide range of topics.
The Natural World and Planet Earth are the first two titles in the series, so we thought we’d have some OWL readers read and review them for us. Here’s what they said!
“The Natural World is a wonderful book about evolution, DNA, and much more! It also includes many fun facts that you can remember after reading this book, like the fact that the fastest land animal is the cheetah and the fastest fish is the sailfish. The only thing I didn’t like was that the book could’ve been a bit longer. I finished it as soon as I got it because I didn’t want to put it down.” 10/10
“I liked The Natural World because it was very scientific. There was nothing I did not enjoy about this book! I feel other kids may want to read this book because they may want to be a scientist when they get older. This book is filled with lots of facts and information, and bright, colourful pictures.” 10/10
“Planet Earth is a very good book. I like it because it explains the information really well. I would recommend this book to people who want to learn about our planet and its past. Also, the illustrations are really good.” 9/10
“I liked that while reading Planet Earth, I was learning things without even noticing it. Although, I wish it was longer! I think other kids would want to read it because it has really nice illustrations to help you understand.” 9/10
Thanks for your reviews, everyone!
For more info about these books, head to the Owlkids Books website.