Emily Taylor is pleased to present her new picture book for kids. This easy reading book for children contains fun facts about China.This delightful picture book for children, from about 4-10, contains discussions on the different wonders of nature that can be found within the territory of China such as the famous Mt. Everest and the Great Wall of China. This contains wonderful graphic images to accompany the story. It offers interesting facts, in simple language, and although appropriate for all these ages for the 4 year olds to early second grade, probably, it will need to be viewed with a parent. Students will encounter new words and concepts. They’ll read more about the Chinese New Year, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Warriors, the Fengdu Ghost City, the Three Gorges Dam, etc. They’ll also learn about Hong Kong and the Caves of a Thousand Buddhas.The images in the book are primarily color photographs that are stunning if read with a Kindle Fire or the Kindle Application on one of the tablet devices or the PC. Black and White readers will be also see them clearly but will just miss the added dimension available with color.Children will also find answers to kid-style questions. Teachers and home schooling parents will find this book a wonderful addition to their nonfiction libraries. It provides selected passages on an assortment of subjects. Great illustrations bring the text to life.
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Emily Taylor can write on all topics especially discussing different places and locations. She has extensive experience writing for children in the non-fiction field and has worked for many online publications. He ability to identify facts and write them to be fun and stimulating also translates for well-written material for adults.
She has written many articles for online publications.
“I love how words can describe everything you think, feel and do. I love to bring kids to where they should be, as if they’re sitting across from the place drinking juice and having a chat. When I write content for kid’s books, I want them to come away with useful knowledge. When I write for the realm of different places, I want my readers to feel every shiver and icy breath of them. “
Emily believes you are defined by the words you use.
Emily resides in Naples Florida with her husband and daughter. Other activities include Teaching after school reading and the whole family fishes in the Gulf of Mexico whenever they can.