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The Climate Challenge

The Climate Challenge

Написано Joanna Cole

Озвучено Polly Adams, Cassandra Morris и Full cast of kids


The Climate Challenge

Написано Joanna Cole

Озвучено Polly Adams, Cassandra Morris и Full cast of kids

оценки:
4.5/5 (56 оценки)
Длина:
27 minutes
Издатель:
Издано:
Apr 1, 2012
ISBN:
9780545434270
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Описание

Like it or not, global warming is a hot topic, and it will affect the younger generation the most. So why not turn to the teacher kids like the most, Ms. Frizzle! Only the Friz can boil all the hoopla down to the scientific facts in a fun and informative way.

Kids already love the Magic School Bus, and the love to do what's right by the planet. At last, a way to teach the curriculum and make an impact!
Издатель:
Издано:
Apr 1, 2012
ISBN:
9780545434270
Формат:
Аудиокнига

Об авторе

Joanna Cole is the author of the popular Magic School Bus series, I'm a Big Brother, I'm a Big Sister, and many other award-winning books. In Asking About Sex & Growing Up, she provides a reassuring blend of practical guidance and scientific fact for the audience that needs it most.


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  • (4/5)
    Genre: Informational/FantasyReview: I would say that this book is a good example of both fantasy and being informational. Although the students travel and do unrealistic things, they do share scientific information on the climate change.Media: Watercolor, Gouache, Pen
  • (4/5)
    Ms. Fizzle teaches her students all about global warming and the climate challenge. The greenhouse effect is explained. Also, ways to prevent or lessen the damage are described.
  • (1/5)
    Despite a title which could lead one to believe this book will explore the recent revelations about climate change on a level kids can understand, this book is solely a primer on global warming. It is written specifically to proponents of global warming, using the phrase "global warming" exclusively and that group of people will be very happy with all the information presented in this book. However, if you are on the other side of the fence of this issue you will find nothing usable in this book.
  • (4/5)
    This book is lots of fun, but a little too long. I liked that it has lots of things to look for on each page. I liked how alot of the little added things on each page were written on a small piece of lined paper. Some of the pages were too busy and my eyes hurt after looking at them. Boy we need to change a lot of things around the house so we can help the environment more. I promise not to leave the fridge door open and also not to leave the water running all the time. Wow, I didn't know how bad some of the stuff we do is for the earth. Mom you have to turn off the computer more, you leave it on much too long (really sucks getting narced on by your 8 year old) Mom we need to get a clothes line to put out our clothes to dry (note to self, must never ever let Jake read this book again, I detest hanging clothes on a line, I'm sorry I do everything else I can to help, I have to draw the line for my sanity - do you know how many frickin clothes my littlest hellion uses) I like how cool of a teacher Ms Frizz is, I think we need a lot more teachers like her, because than I would actually listen in class. She explains things in such a fun and simple way -- she dresses kind of odd though, sort of like some of the people you work with mom -- maybe she's part Librarian (Smart assed little kid I have raised eh?) I'm going to tell my teacher about this book tomorrow, maybe she can get it for our class. (Thinking mom will donate this one!)Rating: 8/10Mom's Review: A little holier than though preaching, but its heart is in the right place. I have really enjoyed these books over the years, because they really appeal to the kids, and I agree with Jake, that if we had a lot more teachers like Frizz. schools would be so much more affective. The book has taken a very sensitive subject and made it very kid friendly and fun. It is very inspirational and written in a way that makes kids want to get up and help. They are our future! I find some of the pages too busy for my old fogey brain, but I think that is why kids like it so much. Always something new to find on each page. I would really recommend this book be added to any public or school library as well to parents of children from 7-10 to open up discussions on the environment. Great Earth Day book!Rating: 8.5/10
  • (5/5)
    His is very good for my geography.Thank you!
    STARS 1000!
  • (5/5)
    I liked the different voices. It was a fun story!
  • (5/5)
    I I I I I I I I I I love it
  • (4/5)
    I am not a huge fan of the Magic School Bus books. I find their style frenetic and too much to take in at once. Reading them aloud to my kids, it's never clear whether I should read the regular text first or the speech bubbles or the "research papers" or the labeled diagrams.

    This book on climate change has all of these problems, but I actually like it quite a bit because it explains climate change and humans' role in it in a way that my five-year-old can understand. My kids know we put on sweaters and layer extra blankets on our beds so we can turn the thermostat way down in the winter and they know we don't run the air conditioning unless we're having guests over (I'm not sure if they've noticed yet that people keep their coats on when they visit us in the winter and fan themselves a lot when they visit in summer), but knowing the reasons we do these things helps them put up with being a little chilly.

    This book is not by any means the entire story, nor would I expect it to be, but I do find it to be a good starting point for a discussion about why we walk to the library, why Daddy rides his bike to work, why our recycling bin is so much larger than our trash bin, and why we shop at the thrift store. These things are just a part of their life, so while they don't need (nor have they asked for) an explanation for why we do these things, this book is a good reminder to talk about our reasons.