Infographics for Kids by Susan Martineau

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Visual fluency for the digital native
 
In a world of fast-moving news, unwavering digital exposure, and informational memes, kids (and adults) are bombarded with infographics. Presenting information in the form of images accompanied by minimal text, infographics convey an easily understood overview of a complex subject visually.
 
Infographics for Kids playfully instructs readers on how information can be arranged and presented in graphic format, inviting kids to add their own personal touches with fun consumable activity pages that introduce key communications skills for digital natives.
 

About Susan Martineau

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Susan Martineau is the author of many creative and educational activity books, including Slimy Science and Awesome Experiments and Bugs in the Garden (b small publishing). She started her career in publishing as a book editor with the BBC. Susan lives in England.Vicky Barker works for b small publishing as a freelance graphic artist and formerly worked for Usborne Publishing. She has also produced work for Catnip, Really Decent Books, and BOOM! Studios. She splits her time between Los Angeles and Liverpool, England.
Author Residence: Reading, England
Author Hometown: London, EnglandVicky Barker works for b small publishing as a freelance graphic artist and formerly worked for Usborne Publishing. She has also produced work for Catnip, Really Decent Books, and BOOM! Studios. www.vicky-barker.co.ukIllustrator Residence: Liverpool and Los AngelesIllustrator Hometown: Liverpool, Engalnd
 
Published August 9, 2016 by Charlesbridge.
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference.

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Gr 4–7—Martineau and Barker have created a wonderful classroom and at-home tool. Though the title is less than intriguing, a vibrant and colorful layout guides readers through infographics on a wide array of topics such as animals, biology, space, trees, and dinosaurs. The opening spread introduc...

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