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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
What's So Cool About Mountains, Anyway? (In Depth Science Book 2) by Judith Hubbard is an educational and informative book for young readers that tells them how mountains are formed, about the plants that grow on mountains, humans who live there, and how they influence the climate of the place. Short, and written in simple language that makes it easy to understand, this book gives in depth information about the topic that will help young readers understand the role of mountains in the environment and what would happen to the world if there were no mountains.
The book is excellent for children to gather information about mountains. The author handles the topic methodically and extensively, giving readers many details about mountains. The self-quiz and activities in the book are interactive and engaging. The book can be used for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries, and can also be used for reference. Parents can also read it out as a bedtime storybook as it encourages kids to develop an interest in learning more about the universe and nature.
Books like this are good for children to help them enhance their knowledge and learn new things in an interesting way. The illustrations are good and help readers connect with all the information. There is so much more to mountains than just being part of scenery or a landscape, and this book explains it perfectly.