If you haven't guessed yet we love books in our house. The kids book shelf is overfilled and we are starting another one. Some of our newest books to our collection are The Crow's Tale and The 50 States. My mother in law has fallen in love with The Crow's Tale and the boys are really enjoying The 50 States book.
Are your kids ready to embark on a remarkable adventure, with more than 50 infographic maps as your guide? I really like The 50 States book before it has wonderful facts and information about each state along with the beautiful pictures. Along with each state map there is a section that has all the presidents and state flags.
The boys are really enjoying learning all the different interesting facts about their favorite states. Bubba spends most his time reading about Florida and learning all the different history facts about the state. With me being from Florida I am able to share some extra info about some of the stuff he is learning about.
Have you ever wondered if crow's were ever a color other then black? There is a Lenni Lenape Native American legend about just that. It's a story of courage and kindness and how they are what really matters. This beautiful is set in the dark depths of winter, snow is falling and the animals are freezing and famished. Brave Crow sets out on a dangerous journey to find the Sun and beg for warmth. Will Crow succeed, and what will happen to his colorful rainbow feathers?
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The Crow's Tale looks amazing and we just finished a unit about birds!ReplyDelete
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I'm looking forward to The 50 States! Dd has been learning geography and this would be great for her!ReplyDelete
Uh-oh I think I posted under my ds's profile (Leo Lopez)! That's what he gets for signing in on my computer! LOL I'd love the 50 States book!ReplyDelete
Well, I love The Crow's Tale. I have a feeling a couple of my grandchildren would love the other book -- The 50 States. I really like Indian tales and The Crow's Tale seems to be that kind of book.ReplyDelete