Tuesday, April 23, 2019

"The Usborne Book of Planet Earth" by Megan Cullis, Matthew Oldham and Stephanie Fizer-Coleman (Usborne Publishing)

Usborne's absolutely gorgeous range of non-fiction books encompass so many amazing areas of interest and "The Usborne Book of Planet Earth" by Megan Cullis, Matthew Oldham and Stephanie Fizer-Coleman is no exception.

Children are becoming more and more aware of their planet and their world at an earlier and earlier age, and it's utterly fantastic to see a publisher like Usborne bringing books out for that younger age group that will instil a sense of wonder and curiosity in them as they grow with Usborne's range.

"Planet Earth" takes them on a whirlwind tour of our amazing, diverse and incredibly beautiful home world.

Where in the world would you most like to go? 

You could join a stampede of wildebeest in the Serengeti, dive to the deepest parts of the ocean, climb soaring mountain peaks in the Himalayas or take a gondola ride along the canals of Venice. 

This spectacular picture book has it all - taking readers on a fascinating tour of our amazing planet.

There are of course lots of notes about ecological issues and the challenges we all face in saving our planet so that generations to come can also enjoy reading about what an incredible place we live on. 

Sum this book up in a sentence: Usborne's amazing quality non fiction has ranges to suit all ages, starting with brilliant books like "Planet Earth" to stimulate their curiosity and enthusiasm for a truly globe-spanning subject. 

"The Usborne Book of Planet Earth" by Megan Cullis, Matthew Oldham and Stephanie Fizer-Coleman is out now, published by Usborne (kindly supplied for review).