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Where's Green?

Where's Green?
Where's Green?
Reads: 
37
Pages: 
31
Average: 5 (1 vote)
5

The EnteleTrons™ help align the seven colors of the rainbow, while exploring the visible spectrum in a prism. Through character interaction, The EnteleTrons™ show everyone the value of cooperation within a group.  This book will appeal to readers in grades Pre-K to 2.

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A wonderful way of introducing science and nature to children. The three main characters in this book are Priti a proton, Ning a neuton and Ellie an electron. One day, their world looks different, why, what has happened? Then they discover the reason, green is missing! Where could it have gone? It’s Priti, Ning and Ellie’s task to find out what has happened, and why. Eventually they decide to ask the primary colours if they know where green could have gone, and the truth transpires. Through an engaging story, children start to learn in an easily absorbed manner about science, nature, primary colours, how rainbows are made and prisms. The back pages contain the EnteleLab, web site links for activities and idea’s for a game. However, there is much more to this book, woven in the pages are important life lessons, about working together, respect for others, and our place in the universe. This is a bright, cleverly thought out book, beautifully illustrated and appealing to children. I wish it had been out when my children were young! Reviewed by Susan Keefe

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Pages: 31
Reading Level: Beginner (1 to 6)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9887813-0-6
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Educational, Environment
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: rainbow, prism, character education, stem, responsibility, cooperation, science
Date Added: September 23, 2013
Copyright All rights reserved For information about permission to reproduce sections from this book please visit the Entelechy Education LLC website at wwwentelechyedcom Library of Congress CataloginginPublication Data Wheres Green written by Rene Heiss and Gary Stewart illustrated by Fay Cofrancesco Summary Wheres Green is part of a childrens picture book series for lower elementary readers The series presents three unique characters subatomic particles that set the world right with their questions exploration and recommendations This book presents the concepts of the colors of the rainbow and cooperation The accompanying EnteleKey TM Learning Guide explores alliteration ISBN Library of Congress Control Number First Edition Printed in the United States of America The EnteleTrons return to their EnteleLab frequently to use the tools on their shelves to solve mysteries and help the universe return Can you figure out what Ning brought back to its natural order What did Ning bring back