Book Review: My First Discoveries – Water

This book, My First Discoveries – Water is my first review for BoolinoLast month I was contacted by a company called Boolino who specialise in being book advisors for children and young readers. They asked me to join them as a Boolino Friend.

I adore books, as you know and I want my baby girl to share the same love for books as I do. So I gladly accepted their offer to review books on my blog and we get to keep them afterwards. Yay!  At 6 months old baby girl already loves her books.

So this first discovery book is on the subject of water. It’s designed for 4-8 year olds. But that hasn’t stopped baby girl from having a look!

Book - My First Discoveries - Water

Book Description

How much of the Earth’s surface is covered by water?

Raindrops, icicles, puddles, rivers, oceans, dams, hoses and taps…water is falling, melting and flowing all around us in nature, at home and even inside us.

Do you know the three states of water? Discover the biggest and smallest forms of life on Earth  in water.

Water - covering the Earth

The one thing I really think is very smart about this water book is that it contains acetate overlays over the pages. It make it fun to see what’s underneath.

The Earth without water

Water is an educational book that is simple to understand. The illustrations are bright and colourful. The book really describes everything to do with water. Why we need it and how we use it.

Rivers flowing into the sea

The first discoveries collection are a selection of books that all hardback with spiral binding to help little hands turn the pages easier with little damage.

There are many books in the range. From discovering vegetables and trees to planes, trains and the jungle.

Transparent creatures that live in water

You can find this amazing little educational book on water here at Boolino 


*I was sent this book to review. All my thoughts and opinions are my own.

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