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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
There is so much to learn about our planet. From waterfalls to beaches to the extreme cold of Antarctica and the dry heat of the deserts, our planet’s geography is as diverse as the people, animals, and plants that inhabit each part. In R.M. Smith’s Geography Alphabet, young readers will learn about the equator which begins with the letter ‘E’; they’ll also learn about jungles which begin with the letter ‘J’, and some of the plants and animals that live there. Young readers will also learn about different geographic features like glaciers, lakes, mountains, and so much more.
R.M. Smith’s picture book, Geography Alphabet: An Introduction to Earth’s Features for Kids, is an engaging and educational read that will have young readers fascinated and anxious to learn more. The language is simple, with keywords highlighted in different fonts to help young readers with their reading skills. With the alphabetically listed features, young readers will also reinforce their knowledge of the alphabet. The words and labels are well-defined to help young readers understand the meanings. The illustrations are bright, bold, and colorful and add another dimension to this entertaining read. Some of the illustrations will inspire young readers to use their imaginations to explore deeper. For example, the jungle is full of animal and plant life, and its density hides many mysteries that young minds will want to explore. The illustration for a volcano is quite distinctive and will have young readers wondering about some of the volcanoes erupting on our planet today. This book is a great way to reinforce the sights and sounds of the alphabet while also teaching young readers something interesting about our planet’s geographic features.