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Quark Chronicles: Botany PDF

eBook (PDF), 261 Pages
(1 Ratings)
Price: $10.00
Follow the adventures of Sally, Tom, Joe, and Mike as they travel through space to try and return home to Earth. Along the way, they team up with a living ship and a sapient plant to learn about botany. If they can't get a garden up and going in space, they'll starve!
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  • By Laurie Zielke
    May 15, 2018
    My rating is based on the extensive sample provided at the barefoot meandering website. I found the story to be engaging - it captured my attention as well as my kids attention. I do believe the notebooking pages are essential. My kids, at least, would get so caught up in reading the next chapter that they would gloss over all the botany if they didn't stop to do the notebooking activities. I do have some reservations about the way the story is written - the kids are supposed to believe all the facts about botany are true, but there are so many "facts" that are actually science fiction. (Like the spaceship that is living being) Some people may also have concerns about the mental telepathy used by some characters to communicate.
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Product Details

Published
July 28, 2017
Language
English
Pages
261
File Format
PDF
File Size
7.39 MB
Product ID
23274374

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch... (See More)
# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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