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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen (Teen Reviewer) for Readers' Favorite
Explore Canada: 12 Key Facts by Peggy Snow is an excellent resource book for people of all ages. With well organized, brightly colored pages, the book takes readers on a journey through Canada without having to leave their home. The book explains Canada’s government system, the country’s history, the education system, their healthcare system and much more, all in a kid-friendly and easy to understand way. The book also describes Canadian interests and where they’re descended from. The book finishes up with a “Canada at a glance section” that gives quick facts about Canada.
I really enjoyed reading Explore Canada: 12 Key Facts by Peggy Snow. The book is visually attractive and engaging, and will make kids and even grown-ups want to read it. The book is well researched and very informative. I like that each page has a section that summarizes the information, which is good for people who are in a rush, or just want the key ideas of each page. This book is perfect for people doing a project on Canada or someone who wants to broaden their understanding of the country. I learned a lot about Canada from reading this book.
Explore Canada contains many interesting facts that will make the reader want to keep reading. The book has stunning and vivid full-color photographs of Canadian wildlife, the parliament buildings, and more. The book also contains “think about it” sections that will make people think about what they have just read, make them consider its importance, and inspire them to further their learning. This book would be perfect for schools. I would definitely recommend Explore Canada to anyone wishing to learn about Canada.