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All Across China by Ellen Weisberg and Ken Yoffe is another interesting book where four loving friends - Ning, Cai, Na, and Song - take readers on a journey through the thirty-four provinces, municipalities, and other regions of China. At each stop, along with the specialties of the place, they also introduce readers to a new friend. This entertaining and exciting way of learning about new countries and places is very educational and informative to all readers, young and old alike. China with its mountains and rivers, different cultures, and farming will definitely encourage readers to learn more about the country and its people.
There is a lot one can learn about China by reading this book. The illustrations and rhyming verses make it even more interesting, and they give clarity to what the authors are trying to convey. All school and public libraries should have a copy of this book as it can be used as a reference guide too. These kinds of books will encourage young readers to explore new destinations and travel to various places. It also captures the diversity of the country.
Books like this are good for children to make learning fun and interactive. It's not only a good bedtime storybook, but can also be used for read aloud sessions in classrooms and school libraries. It is also helpful to teachers and educators to teach kids about new places, cultures, and history in an enjoyable way. It's an excellent idea to bring out books like this on different places.