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by Pascale De Bourgoing,Gallimard Jeunesse,Daniele Bour

eBook Under the Ground (First Discovery Books) download ISBN: 0590203029
Author: Pascale De Bourgoing,Gallimard Jeunesse,Daniele Bour
Publisher: Scholastic; Spi edition (March 1, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 36
ePub: 1816 kb
Fb2: 1510 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Animals

Under the Ground (First Discovery Books). Pascale De Bourgoing. Grade 1-3-Under the Ground suffers from its European origin. Rabbits there do live underground, but not North American cottontails.

Under the Ground (First Discovery Books). The kingfisher pictured is also the European variety, not the North American belted one, and the woodpecker is a European great spotted, not native to the New World.

Pascale De Bourgoing, Pascale De Bourgoing, Gallimard Jeunesse, Gallimard Jeunesse (Corporate Author), Daniele Bour (Illustrator). Published by Scholastic Trade (1995). ISBN 10: 0590203029 ISBN 13: 9780590203029.

Vegetables in the Garden (First Discovery Books). The spare texts follow the illustrations, introducing key vocabulary words by placing them directly under the appropriate item as in a picture dictionary. The Human Body: A First Discovery Book. Weather (First Discovery Books). Additional notes on each page make these : selections appropriate for one-on-one sharing. Simple but accurate introductory presentations with glossy, eye-catching illustrations.

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The Hardcover of the Under the Ground by Pascale De Bourgoing, Daniele Bour, Gallimard Jeunesse at Barnes & Noble. The Egg (First Discovery Books): Readers turn colorfully painted transparent pages to reveal each stage of a chick's growth inside an egg, and then watch it hatch in the most recent volume of a nonfiction series for the inquisitive preschooler. What others are saying. The Egg by Gallimard Jeunesse book jacket.

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Each turn of a transparent plastic page reveals a new world of surprises beneath gardens, forests, and riverbanks--and even in caves--in a book about life underground that features simple, factual text and colorful illustrations.
Comments: (5)
Mot
My kid has had this book for a couple years now, but now that he can actually read he has gotten more interested. Before he just enjoyed the pictures and having fun with the transparent pages but lately he had been very thoughtful about the facts he has read about.
Hugighma
This book was a bit sticky inside the pages, but the content was amazing! Would recommend buying a new one. Great learning tools.
Conjulhala
I own 31 books from this series. Even though I have moved twice since I bought them when my children were little, I kept these books for my future grandchildren; the series is that well designed. All books have transparency pages, which help to illustrate before and after stages, as well as “what’s underneath”. For instance, one page shows a tree standing in its natural surroundings. Once readers flip the transparency page, they can see “inside”; the branches, roots, bugs that make their home in the tree, moles in the ground next to the tree and so on. This system is extremely educational and appeals to children’s natural curiosity.
Though I would recommend the purchase of all books, some of them are better than others. These are what I believe to be the six best books from this series (in order)
1) The Tree
The first page already allows children to “look inside” of a green prickly chestnut; “discover” the beautiful and shiny brown nut as well as the white inside of the protective bur. The book uses the chestnut tree to explain how trees grow, the parts of the tree, how the seasons affect trees, and why trees are an important parts of animals’ habitats. Briefly the book also introduces other types of trees.
2) The Camera
Young readers will be fascinated to learn how pictures were taken in the past. The book shows how a camera works on the inside as well as how pictures were developed in the dark room (complete with red light). Also included – Polaroid pictures, ultrasound and X-ray pictures, video cameras and Panasonic movie cameras, and even how a photo booth works.
3) The Egg
Though this book does not answer the question, which came first, the chicken or the egg, the transparency pages help to explain how the egg is formed inside the hen, and how the chick starts to grow. The book also explains how eggs of different birds and reptiles differ in size and shape.
4) Colors
The book not only introduces the colors but also shows how orange, green, purple, violet, brown and gray are being “mixed”. The transparency pages are a perfect way to illustrate the ‘mixing’ process because young readers can see the “before and after”. The transparency pages illustrate the changes.
5) Underground
Shows anthills, mole tunnels, fox burrows and many more animals’ homes; includes all kinds of habitats – from the beach to the desert
6) The Pyramids
brings the fascinating world of the old Egyptians alive. Depicted are how pyramids were built, and the embalming and burial of a dead pharaoh. Very cool are the illustrations of Howard Carter finding King Tutankhamen’s treasure chamber. Also included - the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.
Other books from this series which I own:
Light, Vegetables, Airplanes, Weather, All About Time, Fruit, Animals, Bears, Penguins, Boats, The Ladybug, Dinosaurs, The River, Birds, Whales, Cats, The Seashore, The Earth and the Sky, Musical Instruments, Castles, and The Rain Forest.
Additionally, I own the following German editions of what appears to be the same series published by Meyer’s Kleine Bibliothek.
Die Biene (The Honey Bee), Die Stadt (The City), Kleiner Weltatlas (Little World Atlas), and Die Indianer (Native Americans).
Yes, my children and I loved this series so much that we bought and collected these books when vacationing overseas.

Gisela Hausmann, author & blogger
Mr.Death
This series is a rip-off of the Eyewitness format for younger readers. It is most appropriate for ages 2-5.

This book suffers from its French origins. Hedgehogs don't mean much to American children, and the desert has camels in it, etc.

It also doesn't stay focused. It strays off into bees, snails, ducks, herons, and butterflies, accidentally implying that they live or their eggs live in the ground.

This book, like most in the series, isn't coherent, focused, or logical. It has fewer outright errors than the others and is pretty to look at, so I am still giving it three stars. Its value as a piece of nonfiction is limited, however.
Cordantrius
My children, ages 3 and 4, love exploring the underground with the book's magic flashlight. They enjoy reading together and exploring on their own. This is by far the best First Discovery book series.