Let's Explore a River (Books for Young Explorers)

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  • Hardcover
  • 34 pages
  • Let's Explore a River (Books for Young Explorers)
  • National Geographic Kids
  • English
  • 15 December 2018
  • 9780870447419

About the Author: National Geographic Kids

With than 600 titles including the popular Weird But True franchise and the New York Times Best Selling National Geographic Kids Almanac National Geographic Kids Books is the recognized leader in nonfiction for kids Published in 28 languages, NGK Books reaches approximately 85 million kids every year.Offering K 12 educators resources that align to and support the Common Core State Standards,


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10 thoughts on “Let's Explore a River (Books for Young Explorers)

  1. Melissa says:

    I forgot about this book of the set of Young Explorers I spent a lot of summers as a camp counselor later in my life exploring river habitats with kids in my classes wonder if this had something to do with it.

  2. Monica says:

    A family canoes down a river and stops to inspect the various attractions a river has to offer They see birds and otters, trees, many kinds of vegetation and even stop to have a picnic They wade in the water and see other people inner tubing Along the way they learn about all of the things that rivers have to offer Produced by National Geographic, this book helps to educate children about ri...

  3. Cheryl says:

    Father and his 3 children spend a day canoeing down Florida s Ichetucknee River, exploring the habitat as they go Beautiful pictures show the interesting and fun activities Made me a bit homesick.