Book Review, 2030: A Day in the Life of Tomorrow's Kids
A Day in the Life of Tomorrow's Kids by Amy Zuckerman and James Daly
From Miss Angie at Plymouth and Crestview branches
What would it be like to be a kid in the future? Amy Zuckerman and James Daly attempt to answer that question in their non-fiction book: 2030: A Day in the Life of Tomorrow’s Kids. This is a cool factual book, inspired and informed by the trends of current technology, which reads like a narrative. Each account in the day of a future kid steers readers to have fun with their imaginations and the power of future technology! John Manders keeps the story alive with fascinating and colorful illustrations that make the reader want to linger on each page.
Upper elementary ages would have fun taking a peek at some possible upcoming gizmos, such as, talking dog collars, self-propelled cars, and hovering skateboards! Pick this one up to spark some wonder and fascination as you uncover future possibilities!
Thank you Miss Angie for the great review!