REVIEW: Let’s Explore the Moon: Moons and Planets for Kids by Baby Professor

I RECEIVED A FREE COPY OF THIS BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR A HONEST REVIEW.

Title: Let’s Explore the Moon: Moons and Planets for Kids
Author: Baby Professor
Year of Publication: 2015
Genre: Childrens
Format: Ebook
Length: 32 pages
First Line: “The Moon served as light in the night, but what do you know about the MOON?”

Summary: The moon has been the object of several fascinations and explorations, but why? Turn the pages of this coloring book to find out the answer! Picture books are highly effective in breaking down complex information into pieces that are easier to understand. They offer beautiful explanations to some of the most interesting facts. Order your copy today!

Review: I wasn’t at all a fan of this childrens book. Yes, it is about the moon and it stays on point, but that is about all it has going for it. The book goes over random facts about the moon (most likely plucked from the internet) that is not organized in any way. There’s no glossary for kids so the harder phrases, words and concepts they will be left puzzling over. The grammar is horrible; talking about the moon in past tense as if it no longer existed, caps-locking whole words, run-on sentences, etc. The graphics used look fake as if they were photoshopped. However, the facts stated in the book are true and I did learn a thing or two that I didn’t know before. Kudos.

Worst part: Urgh. like pretty much everything.

Best part: Learned something new.

Grade: D

Recommend For: Parents and teachers

Other Books by This Author: 1St Grade Geography: Continents of the World and First Grade US History: The First President

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