About the Book
What does the President's private study in the White House look like?
What would it be like to get an exclusive look inside pop sensation Selena Gomez's recording studio?
What would it be like to tour where astronauts live, eat and sleep on the International Space Station?
In TIME FOR KIDS' All Access, the editors of TFK give readers a thrilling behind-the-scenes look at some of the coolest places in the world. From historic artifacts (such as King Tut's tomb) to modern-day locations (like on set of a CGI movie), All Access will span time and place.
This book provides a fun mix of entertainment, history, geography and science, written with the insider knowledge and trusted voice of TIME FOR KIDS. With seven lift-and-look pages, each spread is guaranteed to engross kids of all ages with illustrations of never-before-seen objects and places.
My Take on the Book
The creators of TIME FOR KIDS has written an excellent book to be read independently by an older child or as a read aloud for a younger child. The table of contents is divided between stories about people, places and things. There is a great variety in each section. For example under the heading of people, you will learn about an astronaut, firefighter, hair and make-up designer, and a veterinarian.
The book is full of detailed color photographs with well written text. The surprise feature which makes the book special is a page overlay. For example on the page about the astronaut Peggy Whitson, you see her suited up for her walk in space, but as you remove the overlay, you will be able to see the outfit and instruments she carries with her inside the space suit. This is very clever and gives the reader an added dimension.
I believe you will agree this book is worth becoming an addition to your home library. It will provide hours of learning and enjoyment.
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