50 Adventures In The 50 States: Volume 10
  • 50 Adventures In The 50 States: Volume 10
  • 50 Adventures In The 50 States: Volume 10
  • 50 Adventures In The 50 States: Volume 10
  • 50 Adventures In The 50 States: Volume 10
ISBN: 0711254451
EAN13: 9780711254459
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 6, 2020
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 1" H x 12" L x 10" W
Weight: 1.737243 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

Be brave and set your spirit free on an exciting journey across the U.S. of A, taking in 50 incredible adventures

From the award-winning author of National Parks of the USA, Kate Siber, this stunning book showcases an amazing adventure activity to try in every single state. 50 Adventures in the 50 States features gripping outdoors activities, vividly illustrated and described alongside fascinating facts about the nature and geography of each activity location - the very best the U.S.A. has to offer budding young adventurers

Each adventure is illustrated with a beautiful, poster-worthy image, with pull-out facts about how the adventure activity is accomplished and key information about the area's natural and cultural highlights.

Activities range from the high-octane, such as wind surfing the Gulf Coast in Texas or canyoneering in Utah, to the magical and inspiring, such as soaking in natural hot springs in Idaho, stargazing from a train in Nevada and witnessing the synchronous firefly displays in Tennessee. Wonder at the beauty as you:

  • Walk on an active glacier in Alaska
  • Climb the highest peak in the Northeast in New Hampshire
  • Horseback ride through ancient canyons with a Navajo guide in Arizona
  • Surf the iconic Venice Beach in Read More chevron_right

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   Not what I wanted
I didn't pay attention to detail before purchasing but it doesn't talk about the capitals or really much else. It's great to be back home, said Barbara Comstock, executive director of the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
   Everyone in the family enjoys this book.
We have been stuck at home for months with no real end in sight. Our 7 year old boy reads up on the different states and then announces, when we can travel, we need to go.
   Beautiful illustrations!
My 9 year old granddaughter was thrilled with the gifts. We're thrilled to be able to share these fun facts, really lovely illustrations and a great, fun way to learn about our amazing United States. Age appropriate and she's a smarty!
Really beautiful book. We are excited to take it on trips with U.S. Airways to get ideas of places to visit, Mr. Caramore said.
I loved Kate Siber's first book on the National Parks and was looking forward to sharing another great book with my daughter. The pages are all upside down. I'm going to have to return it and try and get another one. And though this doesn't seem like a big deal, trying to return something in the middle of the pandemic is no fun. It's going to cost time and gas. I'm glad I took the time to look at it before wrapping it. I'm sure the book will be great, but whoever printed it should be ashamed.
   Pretty but lacking substance
The illustrations were nice, but the text was not. I didn't feel it told us much about the state. Just seemed to be lacking.
   sparking curiousity and wonderlust
It's great to be back home, Dad. The cover of this book is gorgeous. Its fun to read as its not laid out in traditional page turning format, but you can explore the drawings to find fun facts in bite-size pieces. There is always something new to see and find in the pages. The simple words are enough for early readers and the tone encourages them to look and see and explore their world rather than be a passive observer. Now I clearly need to go again, there are so many more adventures to be had, even in my home state.