From the Colonial city of Quito to the Amazon jungle and the Galapagos islands, Ecuador might be a small country but it packs a mighty punch!
Here are a few books that we recommend for Ecuador that would work well with the 193 Little Adventures Ecuador pack.
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In 1535, Brother Tomas, the bishop of Panama and envoy of King Charles I of Spain, set sail from Panama to Peru.
This gripping tale of adventure has been included in the New York Times best-selling series, and is enhanced by eighty illustrations and a detachable fold-out map featuring four photographs.
This book is the perfect way for kids to explore the amazing Galápagos Islands! With stunning illustrations and photographs, readers will discover the islands' formation, the incredible animals that call it home, the evolutionary traits of the flora, the range of climates, and the conservation efforts to protect it.
Jason Chin's breathtaking book is an essential tool for teaching scientific concepts to young children. Award-winning author and artist Chin masterfully paints a vivid tale about the lifecycle of the island, making it an unforgettable learning experience for it's readers.
Eduardo loves his two tamarin friends, Tuki and Moka, and looks forward to his visits to the rainforest to play with them. But one night, the tranquility of the rainforest is disturbed by poachers, who illegally capture and try to sell some of the animals. Knowing that his two friends are in danger, Eduardo is determined to save them.
Yara has a special bond with the Amazon rainforest she calls home. Together with her Mama, she cherishes and hopes to protect the jungle that has given so much to them. But the Amazon faces an uncertain future, and Yara is determined to do whatever she can to keep her beloved rainforest safe. When Yara falls ill, the forest returns the favour and she recovers.
With a clear understanding of the equator, children will be able to comprehend the rotation of the Earth, the effects of climate, and the various aspects of weather. To help make these topics more accessible, the book contains informative diagrams, maps, and colourful photographs on each page. These visuals provide a great way for young readers to comprehend and learn these science concepts.
Have you heard about the small country in Africa that promises a unique aromatic experience? Yes, we are talking about Morocco, and in this book, you will learn all about it. Geography is a beautiful subject because it allows you to explore the world without leaving the comforts of your home.
For the grown ups!
In 1991, a peculiar letter was received at the Rainforest Action Network in San Francisco, where Joe Kane was employed. It was from members of the Huaorani tribe, an indigenous group that has been living in the Amazon rainforest. Their home was under attack and the letter was a lea for help. Joe packed up his bags and headed into the jungle.
These are great addition to the bookshelf
no matter where in the world you are currently studying
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