Most of the Better Natural Things in the World: (Juvenile Fiction, Nature Book for Kids, Wordless Picture Book)
This book, Most of the Better Natural Things in the World, does not describe in words but rather in pictures. It is a book of landscapes and natural things in the world. In every picture there is also a tiger that has a chair strapped around him like a backpack.
Along the way, the landscape changes, sometimes from a plain to a forest. I learned new words from this book like atoll and vista. Besides the landscapes, there are beautiful skies, including one of the Northern Lights. It is so vibrant, I felt like I was in the picture looking at the Aurora Borealis.
As you go through this book and see so much, the last illustration in the book shows the tiger waving to his family as they sit around the dinner table – so then it all makes sense why he brought the chair with him through all the various terrains.
The illustrations are impressionist-style painted and there is just enough detail to see the geography terms listed on the two-page spread. This is considered a wordless book, although every spread has a one- or two-word title on it describing the picture. The end of the book is a glossary that defines all the terms listed and pictured in the book and where you can find them in the world.
I recommend this book for all ages because it isn’t too difficult to read and any child can use their imagination on the story of the tiger.
|Page Count||52 pages|
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