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Inhaltsangabe: April Pulley Sayre s wry, quirky storytelling tone shines from the warning on the first page ( This is a S-L-O-W book. Do not read it while surfing, water skiing, or running to escape giant weasels. ) right through to the glossary at the end. In between, readers will explore an astounding variety of information about all things slow in nature, geology, art, outer space, etc. Throughout, The SLOWEST Book EVER playfully encourages readers to slow down and savor everything. As Sayre shows: If you think slowly enough, the entire world is amazing. This innovative nonfiction work is a treasure trove of information that begs for multiple readings."

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"Science and nature rub shoulders with pop culture and history in Sayre s ode to slowness. The tone is humorous but never silly, and the facts are backed up with sources and more details in the endnotes. The light tone and engaging writing are perfectly complemented by the pen-and-ink drawings that accompany every entry, and the design invites lingering and sharing. Students will love picking up and carrying this volume around to read and think about in free moments." "School Library Journal"
"For kids accustomed to a fast-moving world, this celebration of slowness may be just the ticket.Presenting big concepts in an inviting, eye-catching format, Sayre leaves readers with the message that if you think slowly enough, the entire world can be amazing." "Publishers Weekly"
"Sayre beckons kids to investigate and ruminate on slow-moving animals, slow-growing plants, slow motion, and plenty more. She covers expected topics, such as the centuries-old sequoia tree, the land snail, and slow-forming geologic wonders like the Grand Canyon. But refreshing, often fleeting twists of topic, delivered with repeated exhortations for kids to slow down, ponder, and study, combine for a galloping volume that respects children as capable scientific thinkers. In loosely arranged sections, the author adopts a conversational style to both inform and amuse curious students. engaging. And chewy!" "Kirkus Reviews"

"In this age of fast food, fast cars, and fast technology, Sayre urges readers to slow down.... she presents unusual facts and commentary about some of the slowest creatures and phenomena on the planet and beyond.... accompanied by lively orange illustrations that keep readers awake, the author encourages children to take on a slower pace in life by being more observant, thoughtful, and creative... Speed readers not welcome." "Booklist"
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"Science and nature rub shoulders with pop culture and history in Sayre's ode to slowness.... The tone is humorous but never silly, and the facts are backed up with sources and more details in the endnotes. The light tone and engaging writing are perfectly complemented by the pen-and-ink drawings that accompany every entry, and the design invites lingering and sharing. Students will love picking up and carrying this volume around to read and think about in free moments." --School Library Journal
"For kids accustomed to a fast-moving world, this celebration of slowness may be just the ticket....Presenting big concepts in an inviting, eye-catching format, Sayre leaves readers with the message that "if you think slowly enough, the entire world can be amazing." -Publishers Weekly
"Sayre beckons kids to investigate and ruminate on slow-moving animals, slow-growing plants, slow motion, and plenty more. She covers expected topics, such as the centuries-old sequoia tree, the land snail, and slow-forming geologic wonders like the Grand Canyon. But refreshing, often fleeting twists of topic, delivered with repeated exhortations for kids to slow down, ponder, and study, combine for a galloping volume that respects children as capable scientific thinkers. In loosely arranged sections, the author adopts a conversational style to both inform and amuse curious students.... engaging. And chewy!" --Kirkus Reviews

"In this age of fast food, fast cars, and fast technology, Sayre urges readers to slow down.... she presents unusual facts and commentary about some of the slowest creatures and phenomena on the planet and beyond.... accompanied by lively orange illustrations that keep readers awake, the author encourages children to take on a slower pace in life by being more observant, thoughtful, and creative... Speed readers not welcome." --Booklist
"This book covers all things slow, and recommends taking it slow while reading...There is a great deal of fascinating information...that becomes much more interesting when the busy readers of the world slow down enough to really think about it...some of the book's content may not be known, and the revelations will captivate those readers who need a wow factor... recommended for curious readers and learners who like to take it slow." --Library Media Connection, Recommended

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Verlag: BOYDS MILL PR Apr 2016 (2016)
ISBN 10: 1620917831 ISBN 13: 9781620917831
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Buchbeschreibung BOYDS MILL PR Apr 2016, 2016. Buch. Buchzustand: Neu. 206x155x20 mm. Neuware - Discover surprising facts about anything and everything slow. 176 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781620917831

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