Why do volcanoes erupt? Where is the tallest mountain? How does the weather work?
Find out in this interactive book with 100 questions and answers, and 70 lift-the-flaps to explore.
Lift the flaps to discover Planet Earth's place in space, look at the seven continents, learn about earth's magnetic field, find out about the water cycle, see the world's amazing habitats, and take a closer look at hurricanes, floods and avalanches.
About the Author
Heather Alexander is the author of over 40 books for children, both fiction and non-fiction. Recent titles include Life On Earth: Human Body and Life on Earth: Farm (Wide-Eyed Editions), A Child’s Introduction to Art (Hachette) and Across the USA (Kane Miller/Ivy Kids).
ANDRES LOZANO is an illustrator from Madrid, who currently lives in London. He lists his inspirations as nature, architecture, Franco-Belgian comics and film noir. His work is characterised by overlayed colors, textures and strong line work. He has worked with The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Sunday Times, and Anorak.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
"Life on Earth: Planet Earth," by Heather Alexander was a simple and informative children's book on earth and the various things you might find here. It is geared toward younger kids who would just be learning about new things such as waterfalls or mountains or coral reefs. There are some beautiful illustrations for kids to look at, and as you go through the squares that outline facts to read through, there are lots of other senses to engage with your kids as you make sounds and describe the different ideas introduced. The physical book is a "lift the flap" type book, which I didn't get to enjoy while I reviewed the eBook version. I received this eBook free of charge from Quarto Publishing Group – Wide Eyed Editions via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. I did not receive any fiscal compensation from either company for this review and the opinions expressed herein are entirely my own.