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Korean edition of "The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth (Magic School Bus)" by Joanna Cole (Author), Bruce Degen (Illustrator), translated by Lee Gang Hwan. Korean edition of "The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth (Magic School Bus)" by Joanna Cole (Author), Bruce Degen (Illustrator), translated by Lee Gang Hwan.


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Korean edition of "The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth (Magic School Bus)" by Joanna Cole (Author), Bruce Degen (Illustrator), translated by Lee Gang Hwan. Korean edition of "The Magic School Bus Inside The Earth (Magic School Bus)" by Joanna Cole (Author), Bruce Degen (Illustrator), translated by Lee Gang Hwan.

38 review for The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth

  1. 4 out of 5

    Emily Tidwell

    Mrs. Frizzles science class is extraordinary in a whole bunch of ways. From the creatures in her classroom, kids using jack hammers, and a magic bus that not only takes them on unrealistic but imaginative field tips, but also one that turns into different shapes and objects. Mrs. Frizzle is one of a kind and will definitely keep a student interested in school. Most of her students ended up not doing their homework of bringing in different kinds of rocks that were real, so she decided to take the Mrs. Frizzles science class is extraordinary in a whole bunch of ways. From the creatures in her classroom, kids using jack hammers, and a magic bus that not only takes them on unrealistic but imaginative field tips, but also one that turns into different shapes and objects. Mrs. Frizzle is one of a kind and will definitely keep a student interested in school. Most of her students ended up not doing their homework of bringing in different kinds of rocks that were real, so she decided to take them on a field trip to collect some rocks of their own. In just a whirl wind of spinning, the bus took them into a field, where each student was dressed in different clothes and were told to “start digging.” Going deeper and deeper into the earth, Mrs. Frizzle explained the different layers and types of rocks. Next thing the students knew they were falling into a huge limestone cave, getting closer to the center of the earth and eventually zoomed straight out of the earth’s crust. After landing on a volcano, each student had picked up a different rock and rushed backed onto the bus before they all were melted away from the flowing lava. But all survived, ending up back at school with a new rock but Arnold. Arnold still had Styrofoam shaped like a rock. I Wonder what field trip Mrs. Frizzle has planned next? This was an enjoyable book that teaches young children about different types of rocks and about earth science. Students, in the upper level elementary classrooms, are amused about learning more from the wackiest teacher (Mrs. Frizzle) and about the other wild adventures she will go on. I love how this book has more story like elements with true facts of science; instead of having it the other way around. Another great component I liked about this book, is that there is dialogue bubbles on each page, followed by additional text in which explains the storyline. 

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kiefer Hwasta

    This is a series called Magic School Bus. The classes teacher, Mrs. Frizzle, has a beat up school bus and it transforms into many different machines and she takes them on the most surprising field trips. In this book, she takes them inside the earth's core. It also tells how bones become fossilized. I think it was good. The book has lots of facts about rocks and magma and lots of things. It had lots of layers and good pictures that lable everything with word bubbles for the characters. This is a series called Magic School Bus. The classes teacher, Mrs. Frizzle, has a beat up school bus and it transforms into many different machines and she takes them on the most surprising field trips. In this book, she takes them inside the earth's core. It also tells how bones become fossilized. I think it was good. The book has lots of facts about rocks and magma and lots of things. It had lots of layers and good pictures that lable everything with word bubbles for the characters.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kaley

    A re read for men. Was cute but I wasn’t fully engaged.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lindsey Bishop

    This book has so many facts. It shows a story with really giving so much information. Even kindergarteners could understand what the book is saying he way they explain the types of rocks.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Bethany.Alvarez94gmail.Com

    Fun, educational and informational book done in a fiction way. No, going in a magic school bus to learn hands on is not realistic but it turns the lesson into a fun adventure. I would use this book when teaching about rocks and use the illustrations from the book because this book is primarily learning about different types of rock forms such as sedimentary and/or granite etc. I also thought it was fun because the author is detailed in their surroundings and using jackhammers to cut through hard Fun, educational and informational book done in a fiction way. No, going in a magic school bus to learn hands on is not realistic but it turns the lesson into a fun adventure. I would use this book when teaching about rocks and use the illustrations from the book because this book is primarily learning about different types of rock forms such as sedimentary and/or granite etc. I also thought it was fun because the author is detailed in their surroundings and using jackhammers to cut through hard rock or how the rocks change from one kind to another by heat and pressure. Great book for a rock lesson! Lexile: 500L DRA: 38 6+1 Traits: Illustrations, Word Choice, Voice

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    Doug Bivens

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    Emily

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    Shay

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    Jillian

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    Joseph-Daniel Peter Paul Abondius

  27. 4 out of 5

    Heather Jo

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    Pooja Mendiratta

  31. 5 out of 5

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  37. 4 out of 5

    Adithya

  38. 5 out of 5

    SamueltheBug

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