The Amazing Planet Earth (Storybots)
ISBN: 1524718572
EAN13: 9781524718572
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 5, 2017
Pages: 32
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.82" L x 5.79" W
Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

The wacky robots from the award-winning apps, videos, and Netflix show, Ask the StoryBots, now star in their own early readers. This one is about our little corner of the solar system

Fans of the StoryBots will recognize the colorful art from their popular outer-space video, A Beautiful, Beautiful World (The Earth Song), on YouTube. There are eight planets in our solar system, but the most beautiful is the one we call home. This rhyming Step 1 Science Reader will entertain while imparting simple facts about everyone's favorite planet.

Step 1 Readers feature big type and easy words for children who know the alphabet and are eager to begin reading. Rhyme and rhythmic text paired with picture clues help children decode the story.

Accolades for the StoryBots digital media:
Appy Award for Best Book App
Teacher's Choice Award
Editor's Choice--Children's Technology Review
Family Choice Award
Parents' Choice Award
Cynopsis Kids magination Award for best educational mobile app

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   Exactly What I Was Hoping For
The story starts with Earth in relation to other things in outer space, then goes to the different types of terrains and found on earth. From the poles to the oceans, volcanoes, mountains and more. A great book for discussing space and geography. The words are mostly simple with some bigger words like 'craters' and 'volcano' but each page has lovely context and relevant photos to provide clues for the more difficult words. It also has a lot of rhyming words so it's great for kids working on their spelling. I highly recommend this product to anyone who has a bookshelf or classroom.
 
5
   Cute book in classic storybots style
It's a cute book in classic story-book style, too. I really enjoy storybots and do so my now 6 year old daughter. She never really liked this book. Because she has such a passion for space, it's just that weird. She read the entire book, but this one she looked through once and hasn't picked it up since. It's just too cute to pass up, and worth trying out if your kids like storybots and space.
 
5
   Awesome Topic, Great Book
I fell in love with the 'Step-into-Reading' series. However, this book bridges the gap between developing emergent reading skills and reading to your kid on their own.
 
5
   5 Step into Reading Titles
I ordered five more titles: The Amazing Planet Earth, Too Many Dogs, Too Many Cats and Rocket and the Perfect Pumpkin. Each book is carefully written to reinforce basic sight words, phonetic patterns and word families. The quality of the paper and the pictures are excellent and provide clues to new words, he said.
 
5
   Great book! Great vocabulary
The book is great, said Pauley. My daughter absolutely loves it. She is 4 years old and enjoys reading it at night before bed, it is helping her learn how to read and the vocabulary it uses is on par with her age.
 
4
   My 5yr old loves it
This book is recommended for readers who are very early.
 
5
   Cute for early readers
It's great to have a book that my early reader who loves to watch Storybots will enjoy. It's a cute book that she enjoyed reading.
 
1
   intellectually lacking
I think content treats kids like imbeciles with pictures so unrealistic that I don't see how the kids even learn what the things are that it talks about, Personifies planets so much that there's no connection to reality. It's also narrated by rod-like characters which seem out of place and silly in distracting way. This is just too important a skill to give your grandson to practice reading, Mrs. Pearson said. It's useless for anyone to learn about planet earth because it's too small.
 
5
   These learn to read books are great! Nice illustrations to help them understand and not ...
I think these kids are going to enjoy themselves reading books. Great illustrations to help them understand and not too many sentences on one page. It's great for my 5 year old.
 
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