I books and Professor Beetoven’s First Adventure: The Pacific Ocean Now Available on I Tunes
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I books and Professor Beetoven’s First Adventure: The Pacific Ocean Now Available on I Tunes.
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Does Your Child, Ages 5-12, need to learn Geography FAST?
Would You Like Your Child To Learn Leadership Qualities, Understanding of Those With Differences and Humility At The Same Time?
If your child struggles with geography facts, and you would like to improve their leadership and compassion qualities at the same time, then a cartoon book adventure with Professor BEEtoven and his friends is just the solution you need.
Professor BEEtoven’s first adventure book is about the Pacific Ocean.
The Professor is a bee. He knows everything and is humble at the same time. His hilarious adventures with Tad the Frog and Barnacle Bill, who has a hearing problem, teaches your child the facts about the Pacific Ocean and good character traits at the same time.
Brain research shows that every child learns faster when reading a fun and exciting story.
Cartoons Make Remembering Facts Easy!
Remember when you were a child and loved to read the comics? I’ll bet even today that you can remember a lot of the Peanuts’ adventures.
The same is true for Professor BEEtoven’s cartoon adventure stories.
Not only are the illustrations remarkably beautiful, but the geography facts are woven right into the story.
The Cartoon Gem books are like taking your child to a movie – doesn’t your child remember what he or she saw at the movies far more easily than what is in their boring texts in the classroom?
What is inside Professor BEEtoven’s Pacific Ocean Adventure?
- Page 14 - Types of fish in the ocean
- Page 15 - Why not to overfish
- Page 16 - Ports between Hong Kong and San Francisco
- Page 17 - International Date Line
- Page 22 - Professor BEEtoven’s Magic Book of Knowledge
Not only will your child be entertained in Professor BEEtoven’s first adventure, but a funny series of exchanges between Tad the Frog and Barnacle Bill, who has a hearing problem take place.
Your child will be intrigued by the adventure of going on a ship to sea, and also educated with a series of interesting facts.
Geography, history and literacy are all presented in a fun and engaging spirit of adventure and play, including information about volcanoes, the varieties and numbers of fish in the sea, the depth and width and expanse of the ocean, and other exciting and educational facts.
Many e-books for kids merely try to entertain, but the Professor BEEtoven series both entertains and weaves basic facts into the story.
For example, kids are not just told about the multitudinous number of fish in the sea, but the question is posed, “Is it possible for Katnap Cat to catch them all?”
Interesting, happy and fun characters are combined with intriguing information in this ebook for children that will simply captivate their minds.
This is great for parents, teachers, day care centers and homeschoolers as well.
REVIEWS OF OUR EBOOK
“As a learning expert, reading specialist and author, I know how easy it is for children to learn new facts when they read them in a fun and exciting story.
Your child will create a mental movie of this delightful cartoon story and be able to tell you such facts as how deep the Pacific Ocean is, what kinds of fish swim in the ocean, and so much more.
I highly recommend Professor BEEtoven’s Pacific Ocean Adventure for every young reader.”
Learning Expert, Best-selling author
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“Professor Beetoven is an intelligent bee who hangs out with a group of friends that exhibit a variety of eclectic character traits, all of which kids can relate to in their own world.
The professor is smart, but not a show off; he knows everything, but remains humble. This is a great quality to teach children.
Coupled with the professor’s investigative passion for learning is a sense of adventure that he shares with his friends. My children can relate to the various qualities his friends have, from feeling lazy and mischievous or even grumpy and angry to being misunderstood. There is a funny series of exchanges between Tad the Frog and Barnacle Bill.
These characters appeal to the emotional lives of children, as well as to their natural intellectual curiosity.
The Pacific Ocean offers an outstanding, fact-filled and humorous adventure, the perfect tool to pique the curiosity of any child, learn scientific facts about the ocean and its inhabitants, while also being entertained. This kid’s e-book makes learning not only fun, but an adventure as well.
Parent, Dallas TX
“If you think that good picture books to amuse children can’t be educational tools for teachers, The Pacific Ocean will change your mind.
The book was designed to be used as an educational tool, and provides quite a lot of information about the largest ocean in the world, including such things as what powers controlled it, when it was settled, how it crosses the International Date Line (and what that is), ports, type of fish, average depth and lots more.
The information is presented in kid-friendly, easy to understand format through the dialogue of Barnacle Bill, Tad the Frog and Professor BEEtoven the Bee.
The text is peppered with vivid and funny comic style illustrations that immediately draw the eye. Homeschoolers and teachers can build several lessons around this book and children will hardly know they’re being taught. Parents can read their children a really interesting story while everyone learns a bunch of facts. Geography, literacy, and history are all touched on in this well presented and richly written book designed for ages ranging from preschooler to around 8 years old or so.”
Magdalena Ball, The Compulsive Reader
Cartoons Can Help Troubled Kids
Troubled kids often turn to entertainment in order to escape the harsh realities of their lives, and that media can take many forms. Mind-numbing television cartoons are often less than innocuous these days with chaotically-drawn cartoons that either promote violence or rely on crude humor to carry the story. Kids ebooks are no exception, and for troubled kids who need role models in their lives, there may be recourse in Professor Beetoven and his group of unlikely but unique friends. The Professor himself may turn a child towards relying upon his own intelligence, finding a path through knowledge and learning facts about the world, as well as his example of openness and transparency; he isn’t one who boasts about what he knows. Tad the Frog captures a lot of the frustrations and anger kids may feel, but learns to cope through understanding other people (Barnacle Bill, for instance, is hard of hearing) and learning to be compassionate and patient. Kids can relate to these characters, and not only escape from their troubles for a bit, but also discover traits that are inside them as well, and ways of coping and dealing with the world around them. All the characters in Professor Beetoven’s cadre of friends, included in the children’s ebook, The Pacific Ocean, have attributes that kids can identify with and provide alternate ways of coping with their problems. Such values are subtly communicated through the use of story, without being preachy or overtly seeking to teach values. What’s more, a troubled child may find his curiosity about the world of nature piqued, and through that intrigue find a path of self-knowledge through learning about nature, a path that can transcend individual problems and personal situations that cause a child to feel trapped or even to have thoughts of despair and hopelessness.
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