This guide offers the reader the perfect journal for recording their experiences while exploring any type of museum, really noticing the things they see in different exhibits. You can draw a map of the museum layout, sketch a famous painting, and design your own poster to promote the museum. There are little tidbits of information about the history of museums and different famous museums around the world.
I loved the colorful pages full of fun activities and journal prompts! Doing these activities is really relaxing and thoughtful. It forces you to consider a different perspective and see things in a fresh way. I really liked all the cool illustrations and bits of history.
This journal encourages the reader to go on an exploration of their own home, really noticing things around the house and how the rooms are laid out. You can draw a map of your house, sketch your front door, and make up a story about characters who lived in your house before you moved in. There are little tidbits of information about the history of homes and different features of architecture around the world.
This journal offers the reader the perfect journal for recording their experiences while away from home, really noticing things they encounter and the places they see. You can draw a map of your destination, sketch a famous landmark, and invent your own travel game. There are little tidbits of information about the history of travel and different famous places around the world.
Twin brothers, Gannon and Wyatt, are invited to the Great Bear Rainforest in British Columbia, Canada, to search for the “spirit bear”, a rare albino bear said to be the Spirit of the Rainforest. But when their parents go missing, the brothers must trek into the wilderness alone to search for their parents and uncover a plot to destroy the delicate rainforest ecosystem. They face danger from the predators of the forest, wolves, black bears, and grizzlies, and it will take all their wilderness survival skills to make it out alive.
I loved this second book in the series! There is even more action in this one, and the plot really keeps you in suspense! The writing is in a journal style, as the two brothers write about their experiences and adventures. Continue reading →