The Ever-Changing Earth

By Grahame Baker-Smith (Templar Books)

The Ever Changing Earth

Review by Ethyn, Elliott and Coby 
We enjoyed this book because we didn’t know a lot of stuff about this but now do. We learned about extinct animals like dinosaurs. We also enjoyed looking at the pictures of the different colours of the earth over lots of years.

The part of the book which stands out the most is when the earth splits in half and you can see the Earth’s core. The Earth’s core is hotter than the sun. I found this very interesting, and I wanted to learn more about this.

This book helped me to learn some new things about this time period. They were that a planet was on its own that’s being attacked by comets and rocks, then it was struck by another planet, and it created the moon.

I would recommend this book to other children because all of these pictures are amazing and is creative. It tells us how the world was made, how the birds stayed alive after the dinosaurs died. It is a good book to read.

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