Noony & The Medallions of Aragon
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Noony and Tiffany are two unlikely friends who met under the most unusual circumstances. One being a magical girl lost in the world, trying to find her way back home, while the other is a quick witted, rebel girl who loves to explore and dream big.
When an ancient map is accidentally discovered by Noony, the adventure to find the lost medallions of Aragon begins. Armed with just an ancient map and help from her new friend, Tommy Tech, and good old-fashioned girl power, the girls race against time to find the treasure before Anax, the evil sorcerer from the past, catches up with them, with a goal to enslave all of humanity under his power. The one who holds all the medallions, unlocks the universe’s secret mystery.
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Science, Math, Technology, throughout, the book provides additional information on scientific and historical facts.
It engages the reader to seek additional information from many sources.
2. 21 Century Skills
This book is packed with environmental facts and challenges readers to examine how they can contribute to improving the environment for future generations.
It also engages the reader to become more aware of social and cultural impacts. The main characters are female, which highlights the need to be more inclusive and recognize the contribution of women, especially in math, science and technology.
The story line encourages the students to seek guidance from parents and educators. The topics of great mathematician, Greek mythology, scientific possibilities and social/emotional realities could be examined to enrich the reading experience.
The book seamlessly highlights the interactions of young children with adults, professional and non-professionals within all different cultural diversities and races.
The reader is encouraged to examine the richness of friendships. It also allows for looking at respect and understanding.
The devices that the children use are good examples of technology that helps us to find answers by having more information. However, it does point out that the human mind must take the information gained and use it to make good decisions.
7. Hands-on Problem Solving
The problems solving booklets encourages students to learn key STEM points in the book. Decode messages, learn and research within the book scientific and historical facts.
The discussions about science, math, technology, engineering, etc. with parents and teachers can easily stem from the reading of the book. This can be a great tool to open up valuable discussion that could impact a child's path in life.
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