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10 World Wonders

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Are you ready for a FUN and UNIQUE adventure!!!
NEW books are launching that will make kids excited about exploring the world we live in!!!

Arthur is a happy, full-of-energy dog that just can’t sit still. He loves to travel, meet new people, and visit amazing destinations. Join Arthur on this exciting, fun-filled and rhyming adventure around the globe. Jump in and explore th
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Kindle Edition, 17 pages
Published June 2019
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Stephanie Cover2CoverBlog
Jul 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Cassandra Gelvin
Oct 06, 2019 rated it did not like it
The biggest wonder: Why?

This review was originally published at http://www.drttmk.com/books/10-world-....

This book is about a dog going on a journey around the world to visit what the title calls the "10 World Wonders" but the second page actually calls "The Ten Worldly Wonders." I know this is self-published, but it's pretty clear that either the author of this book did not hire a book designer, or their book designer was terrible. Because when you have poetry, you can't just split the lines wh
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kathy
Jul 13, 2019 rated it it was amazing
This is a wonderful concept for a young children’s book! Arthur is an adventurous golden retriever who likes to travel!

I love the illustrations with Arthur the golden retriever in different clothing matching the places that he travels to.

Arthur’s adventures are told in nice rhyming sentences which helps the story to flow and is nice to listen to.

I feel it so important to read to children. They may not understand all the words or the concept of traveling to different places but this is a great s
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Barbara Ann
Jul 21, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is apparently the first of a series of books featuring a dog named Arthur who enjoys traveling around the world seeing the sights. The story is written in rhyme. It features famous places on several continents. Examples include the pyramids, The Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, the Parthenon and the Great Wall of China, among others.

The book is targeted for three different age groups, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. While young children may enjoy looking at the illustrations, the text is too complex and di
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Gina Rae Mitchell
Jul 10, 2019 rated it it was amazing

This is a fun book for young readers.

A book to introduce children to the wonders of the world. I was a bit concerned about the age groups until I realized, this book works for every age! For the very young child, the adult reader can use the fabulous illustrations and simplify the words a bit. If the child is just beginning to read, the adult can help them with the more difficult words. Proficient readers will enjoy the rhyming aspect as well as learning about the wonders.

As I mentioned earlier
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Venky Iyer
Aug 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
A wonderful book, with excellent illustrations, though I am not very sure that the text in verse—at least in some parts—would be completely appropriate for the young minds the drawings could be said to be targeting.

The big problem with this book is it is all too short. You could say you have barely begun before you are done. I do wish more of the world had been included in the book. Or even better, maybe each of the wonders could have been described at much greater length, with an attached fable
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Deanie Humphrys-Dunne
Jul 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
The Ten World Wonders is an informative book. It's written in rhymes and has bright, engaging illustrations. I feel it would be a great book for middle grade students, but I think that very young readers would be baffled by some of the more advanced vocabulary. Regardless, it's educational and students and parents will learn interesting and useful information. I enjoy books that share information that may be new to many readers and I'd recommend this one.
Review by children's author Deanie Humphr
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Laura
Jul 14, 2019 rated it liked it
The colouring pages at the end were a nice touch. I just like how you learnt some history with this story. Learning about great places and monuments around the world.
Kalli Haney
Aug 07, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Very enjoyable!

We LOVED this book! It was fun but still extremely educational. I hope whoever reads it enjoys it as much as we did!
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