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Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest (edició 2004)

de Steve Jenkins

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Describes some of the remarkable places on earth, including the hottest, coldest, windiest, snowiest, highest, and deepest.
Membre:tbelley
Títol:Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest
Autors:Steve Jenkins
Informació:Houghton Mifflin (2004), Paperback, 32 pages
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This is a great book to introduce descriptive words to children in grades 2 or 3. The book provides great examples of how to use these words when describing things in nature. The illustrations themselves tell stories, so even if a student may not understand the information being presented, you can still use this book as a way for students to analyze illustrations and make meaning of them and practice storytelling. I would use this book for guided reading and have students recall important details and descriptive attributes that they read in "Hottest, Coldest, Highest, Deepest". ( )
  kjofre1 | Nov 3, 2018 |
A carefully crafted work of art made from paper collage, these pages take the reader on an adventure through 14 really cool natural wonders of the world. We travel around the globe discovering a fine selection of places.

I like this book both for its fascinating content (volcanoes, ocean trenches, mountain peaks, etc.) and also for its helpful language component. This book is a good tool for teaching the superlative: the largest, the deepest, the windiest... It's the most amazing book! And the illustrations are outstanding. ( )
  AlbertPascal | Jan 27, 2018 |
This is such an amazing book that any teacher would love for an earth lesson. Throughout this book is shows scientific facts that correlate with pictures of different places around the world. You could even use this as a math lesson since the book refers to the "scale" of the places mentioned. ( )
  bcasey14 | Sep 10, 2017 |
An informational book that shows the different extreme landforms and environments on earth. It travels all over the world exploring things like the highest mountain on earth Mount Everest to the windiest spot on earth in New Hampshire. The artwork seemed to consist of different textures and fabrics that gave depth to the images that was very appealing. ( )
  alan.greenwald | Sep 8, 2017 |
The caption on the inside insert of the book says that "Steve Jenkin's new work is stunning". Hyperbole is nothing new except this book is better than stunning. I'm envious of the details and artistry that is present on these pages. The book is an informational picture book that talks about hot, cold, dry, and wet places on earth. What stunned me after reading this book is why anyone would want to live in a place were it rains 400 plus inches a year. A volcano that has erupted regularly since the time of the great Pharaohs has a surrounding population of a million people. Getting away from that nonsense, the book had a few other highlights such as comparing how far you had to climb if you want to scale Everest or Mount McKinley or the fact that one lake has five huge lakes worth of water. Honestly i was geeked out by almost every page. This was aided dramically by the fantastic illustrations. The illustrations show locations, comparison photos, and fantastic pictures detailing the place. The pictures are created out of paper that has been cut, molded, and painted to show a tree frog, blowing leaves, and a toucan for example. These creations are beautiful. I like the desert he created for the driest place. Its surreal like a Dali painting but sterile like a desert should be.
I seriously love this book. It contains a lot of information and is extremely entertaining. Any classroom can use this book in any discipline. I will seek out Mr. Jenkin's other books. ( )
  S.Johnson | May 1, 2017 |
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