To Fly on a Cloud: Maine
This is a wonderfully written book! I highly recommend it for children and adults alike. Sprinkled in the story are facts about the great State of Maine.
This is one of my favorite books that I have read. I liked how it included some facts all throughout the book. I also liked how there was a map in the back of the book that you can follow through the book. There was also some humor that was great because it adds different tones to the book. This is an amazing book and I would recommend this book to anyone.
Great way to learn about Maine!
Having brought my kids to Maine numerous times it was great to read about the history of the places we visited. And the kids love the adventures of Taylor and Nikki.
Fun and informative. As a native Mainer, I learned a few things. Like the first book, it's filled with likeable characters on an inventive adventure around the state. Can't wait for the next one.
I liked the journey around Maine and the educational parts of the book!
Books are an amazing way to travel to and learn about other places. In the newest release in the To Fly on a Cloud series, Bandit takes Taylor and Nikki to the state of Maine. Interesting tidbits about the people, history, and environment are sprinkled throughout their floating adventure. Entertaining and educational with a map and lots of fun facts in the back. (Ages 5-12)
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To Fly on a Cloud: New Hampshire
I was given a great history lesson about NH, from all things, a cloud. Well done.
I definitely recommend buying this book
What a GREAT read!! As a teacher and a mom, I really enjoyed everything about this children's book. It was fun to read about the characters and their exciting adventures. Any classroom would benefit from all the NH fun facts and map to learn about the state. I would recommend this book to anyone of any age!
A wonderful aerial adventure around New Hampshire
A wonderful aerial adventure around New Hampshire. Explores the state and its history in an inventive way. It even has an interesting fact section at the back. It would make a good addition to a classroom or as a resource for a school report.
Outstanding book for elementary school kids (3rd & 4th grades)
For an elementary school student, this is fantastic reading. It has elements of adventure and learning combined. I would recommend this to any school, class, or teacher interesting in teaching about New Hampshire. I can't hardly wait for the next book in the series which I've heard will be about Maine.