Reading List

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Books are a great way to supplement your learning and expand on topics. Here are a few that we recommend for this months country.

If you have found some that you think would be great for other club members, please drop us a line through the contact form here so we can add them to the collection.

The Mongols used military tactics and and impressive art of war to create the biggest empire ever known to man. A good foundation for Mongol history

Part of a series (book 2 of 3), Addison Cooke a young Indiana Jones like figure takes and adventure to the tomb of Genghis Khan.
Reading age 8-12

Nonfiction book about the life of Genghis Khan. There is an audible version available too.

Picture story book about the nomad of Mongolia and the Asian steppe.

An illustrated travelogue of Ted and Betsy's trip to Mongolia. When they enjoyed the Naadam festival and the young jockeys who race there.

In the thirteen century on the Asian Steppe in Mongolia a princess is given the chance to rule. The story of a real princess and how she rules the land.

Discover why these beautiful cats are called the ghost of the mountain. And learn about the endangered species.

Reading age 10-12

The boy in the story won't go to sleep so his mom tells him a story which takes you on a journey to homes around the world.
Reading age 3-10

Learn about camels and snow leopards in the huge area known as the Gobi Desert.

Reading age 8-10

The great-great granddaughter of Genghis Khan became the commander of the Khan army. An empower tale of the ledgend of Khutulan.

A story of the mission for ResQ who head into Mongolia to save the Takhi by guiding them back to the safety of the national park before the winter weather rolls in.

The true story of Aisholpan Nurgaiv, the girl who became an Eagle Huntress. The first girl to compete in and win one of Mongolia's most prestigious titles.

The following is a trailer for the documentary about The Eagle Huntress. It might not be suitable for younger children as it does have scenes of animal butchery. 

It does give a real life view of what it is like to live as a nomad in Mongolia as well a peek into school life too.

For older kids there is a great study guide to go with the book/film here

Bookshelf Must-Haves

These are great addition to the bookshelf no matter where in the world you are currently studying

This photographer and writer team travel the world meeting kids and learning about their festivals and celebrations. 

Meet children from all over the world, learn about their everyday lives from rural farms to inner cities. 

A fun world atlas with lots of illustrations and snippets of information that kids just have to keep dipping into.

A beautifully illustrated book that takes you from the crystal caves in Mexico to the Blood falls in Antarctica...

Other Resources

Montessori 3-part cards, educational packs and previous released 193 Little Adventures packs.

Daily trivia and quizzes to help you help you engage your kids and get them learning about the world.

Tips and tricks on how to get stuff done with kids underfoot, Montessori help and how to run a business and be a great mom!

Missed and adventure or two, no problem, get your missing packs here.

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