The Acadia Files: Book Four, Spring Science
The Acadia Files: Spring Science by Katie Coppens is about Acadia’s experiments. This is the fourth book in the series. Acadia has done experiments in summer, autumn, winter, and now spring! Watch as her, her mom, and her friends grow and explore as they learn about meteors, mass extinctions, Rachel Carson, bugs, and signs of seasons changing. I learned new things and was very interested and wanted to keep reading. Another part of the book I really liked was the illustrations. All of them were so bright and colorful. They really helped me understand her experiments and what she was thinking. Some of the pages with lots of pictures taught me loads of new things! I would recommend this book because I learned many new things, and it got me thinking about other experiments I can do. I think ages 7-10 should read this book. If you are looking for an educational fun book, this is the book for you.
|Page Count||88 pages|
|Publisher||Tilbury House Publishers|
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