Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Book Review: Everything series

National Geographic’s EVERYTHING series contains over a dozen books that will jumpstart the exploration of science and history topics.
Topics include Birds of Prey, Insects, Dolphins, Mythology, Sharks, Ancient Egypt, Sports, Soccer, Dinosaurs, World War I, Big Cats, and Robotics. Two new titles include EVERYTHING VIKINGS and EVERYTHING SPACE.
EVERYTHING VIKINGS includes both historical and fantasy representations of Vikings. It begins with a history of key individuals and the Viking life. Next, it explores famous vikings and the Viking Gods. The book ends with Viking games and fun facts. The colorful photographs, diagrams, maps, and graphics will draw in readers of all ages.
EVERYTHING SPACE begins by exploring the space in our neighborhood then branches out to examine the secrets of the universe. Space programs and heroes are featured along with an exploration of facts vs fiction. The book is filled with fascinating diagrams, infographics, photos, charts, and other appealing visuals.
Librarians will find that this entire series will fly off the shelves. Each short, highly visual book is chuck-full of fascinating facts that will ignite the imagination.
EVERYTHING VIKINGS and EVERYTHING SPACE are published by National Geographic Kids on September 8, 2015.