Dec 112010
 
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My kids, especially the younger ones, are geography nuts. And though I consider myself to be fairly knowledgeable about geography, their interest is mainly because of my husband. His enthusiasm for the subject is contagious!

When I saw Passport to the World as a book available to review from New Leaf Publishing Group, I knew it would be a great book for my kids. I was definitely not disappointed!

Passport to the World is unique in its focus on the spoken languages. The book is arranged alphabetically with one language representing each of the 26 letters of the alphabet.

For each language featured there are:

  • Full-color 2-page spreads
  • A small map of the country where the language is spoken and chart of vital statistics
  • How to say Hello, Goodbye, Thank you, and Peace
  • Interesting facts
  • Photos of people and places

Also included are a removable “passport” in the front of the book with stickers to be used as each language/country is “visited”.  The book is written from a Biblical world view, beginning with the history of language at the Tower of Babel, and ending with suggested websites that provide assistance to needy children around the world.

This is a great book to use as a springboard for other study or to read alone. I can’t tell you how my kids like it because once I saw it, I decided to wrap it up for them. Shhh…

Disclosure: I received this book for free as a member of the Book Reviewers for New Leaf Publishing Group. I was not compensated for this review. All opinions expressed are my own.

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  One Response to “Passport to the World”

  1. Our book is getting wrapped up as well. 😉

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