Balloon Time by Travis Schwartz

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My Thoughts:

What I Loved: This book is packed with amazing little nuggets of information for kids. It’s easy for them to digest because Travis Schwartz does a great job of explaining in short, easy sections.

How I Felt: My kids and I have spent a number of days reading this book. We have started at the beginning and worked our way through and we have jumped around to whatever page catches their eyes. Every time, we enjoy reading the information. There are even some fun little sections where we can try things at home and we have done them! The kids LOVED it!

To Read or Not To Read: This is a great book for home, at a daycare, school, or library! It has so many fun facts and the DIY balloon things are amazing! I would recommend this for K-late elementary school.

What’s This Book About Anyway?

Balloon Time is a book packed with facts about balloons. Each page covers an interesting topic about balloons: what are they made of, why do they pop, static electricity, and just so much more! Additionally, there are segments with at-home experiments you can try with balloons. They are the kind that you really can do at home, you just need a few truly common household items. We loved this book from start to finish and I hope you will too!

Where To Find This Book:

Amazon

Goodreads

Mascot Books

Footnotes:

I received a copy of this advanced reader’s copy for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

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