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Free Amazon Kindle Children’s Book: The Ocean

Free Amazon Kindle Children’s Book: The Ocean

Children’s Book About The Ocean: A Kids Picture Book About Cars and Trucks with Photos and Fun Facts

We have all probably heard the news about the droughts and lack of clean drinking water for many parts of the world. As sad as that is our planet is not without water, unfortunately it’s just not all drinkable. Let’s take a tour around the oceans of our planet They may be undrinkable, but they are still fascinating.

Seventy percent of earth is made up of water. In other words, if we were to take a cube and fill it with the ocean’s water it would be 621 square miles (1,000 kilometers). The largest ocean is the Pacific, covering around 30 percent of the earth’s surface, while the second largest is the Atlantic at 21 percent, the third is the Indian ocean at 14 percent, then the Arctic and Antarctic respectively. These oceans vary in temperature and are all connected due to the ocean’s currents which circulates the water throughout the world. It’s no surprise that 50 to 80 percent of all life on the planet can be found in the ocean. However, scientists have only explored about 5 percent of what lies within […]



Children’s Book About Penguins: A Kids Picture Book About Penguins with Photos and Fun Facts

Let’s face it, Penguins are cool. These flightless birds waddle and bounce their way through life and are always a favorite a zoos, on television or on the big screen. However, they are so much more than what the cartoons portray them as. In this article we are going to explore the wonderful world of the penguin.

There are 17 species of penguin and not all of them live in the colder climates. They can be found on the Southern hemisphere (SouthPole, and Antarctica), while others prefer the warmer temperatures of South America, Africa, Galapagos Islands, New Zealand and Australia.

These funny black and white birds may not be able to take flight on land, but underwater they are torpedo-shaped dynamos. In fact, the penguin can reach speeds up to 15 miles-per-hour (24 kilometers-per-hour) just by flapping their flippers. The penguin is less clumsy in the water and will spend around 75 percent of its time hunting there.

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Children’s Book About Pandas: A Kids Picture Book About Pandas with Photos and Fun Facts

The giant panda is a specific species of bear that lives in the wild only in the forest in certain mountain ranges found in China. In that country, the panda is the symbol of peace. Pandas are black and white and look different from every other species of bear. The fur on their ears, nose, legs, shoulders, and around the eyes is black while the rest of the body is covered with white fur. These unique markings make them difficult to spot in the jungle where they live.

The male panda is also called a boar and can weigh as much as 250 pounds. The female panda, or sow, weighs up to 230 pounds making it very similar in size to the male. These animals are usually two to three feet tall and five to six feet long. Most of them will live to be 15 to 20 years old.
These animals are very good at climbing trees. They also swim fast to escape predators. When they eat, they hold onto their food with a large wrist bone that they use like it is a thumb.

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Free Amazon Kindle Children’s Book: California

Free Amazon Kindle Children’s Book: California

Children’s Book About California: A Kids Picture Book about California With Photos and Fun Facts

From its wonderful climate to its picture perfect land, California is the place to be. California is the 31st state in America and is nicknamed the “Golden State” because of the seven-year gold rush that started in 1848. California has the third largest land mass at, 158,706 square miles (Alaska and Texas are bigger). Its borders include, Oregon (north), Baja California (a state of Mexico to the south), Nevada (east) and Arizona (southeast).

Here you will find a diverse population reaching upwards of 37 million people. In fact, one out of eight Americans lives in California. And it’s no wonder. This state has some of the most beautiful scenery and land mass one could ever imagine. From the rolling waters of the Pacific Ocean coast to the mighty Redwood forests, Mojave Desert and even the majestic mountains of the Sierra Nevada, California is never in lack of landscape wonders.

In addition, California can boast the lowest point of elevation in North America with Death Valley’s Bad water Basin. It is 282 feet (86 meters) below sea level. A part of Death Valley named Furnace Creek hit a record high temperature of 134 degrees Fahrenheit (56.7 Celsius) on July 10, 1913. Scientists also believe that in prehistoric times this […]

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