Book review: Turn and Learn Weather and Turn and Learn Our World by Isabel Otter and illustrated by Hannah Tolson.

I first came across this scrumptious non-fiction series online and they do not disappoint. Both books are a fab pair of non-fiction reads that are informative, fun and include magic sliders. Written by Isabel Otter, whose work has featured many times here on the blog and illustrated by Hannah Tolson.

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Our World is the latest book published in the series and explores five habitats including the rainforest and the sea. Each double page is dedicated to a habitat, sharing information about plants, animals and also discusses traditions of the people that live within some of these habitats.

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Weather goes into detail about five weather systems including wind and thunder and lightening. As well as exploring the different weather systems in detail, ideal for 5 year olds and up, it answers questions such as how does the wind blow and what is the sun made of?

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The illustrations throughout each of the books are colourful and engaging and the layout of the double page cleverly separates each fact.

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Each book would be a great addition to a library highlighting that non-fiction books can be informative and memorable reads also.

Disclaimer: I received these books from the publisher for the purpose of review. All words and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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