Little Kids First Big Book of Why

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National Geographic Books, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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Linking 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 audience: preschoolers! Using an interactive question-and-answer format and content grounded in a child's immediate world, the Big Book of Why delivers lively information, hands-on games, simple recipes, crafts, and more. What makes a car go? How does mushy dough become a crispy cookie? What does the doctor see in my throat? An essential parent reference, The Big Book of Why invites children to ask big questions, think big thoughts, and get answers that are accurate, engaging, level-appropriate, and based on sound educational findings. It helps prepare preschoolers for school in an interactive way—the very best way to foster learning at this age, according to research. Highly photographic and playful, this big book is an adventure in exploration.
 

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Terrific book full of answers to kid questions

User Review  - Darlene R. - Overstock.com

Cant rave enough about National Geographic booksespecially their Kids and Little Kids books. This one in particular is terrificwhat kid isnt full of Why questions Fascinating informative entertaining for hours. Read full review

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i love it and it is fun to read

Contents

AMAZING ME 6 ANIMALS ALI AROUND
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Why Does he Doder Look in My Throel? 10 Why are Flamingos Rinln and Orange?
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Why Doom ll Huri lo Ge My Ilair Cul? ll Why Do Squirrels Bury Acorns?
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About the author (2011)

Amy Shields is a longtime editor of National Geographic books who is known for her work in children's literature. She has written several popular titles, including Little Kids First Big Book of Why and numerous installments for the National Geographic Readers series. Shields lives in upstate New York with her beloved dogs, Jenny and Toby.

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