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The Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip [With *] (Magic School Bus (Paperback)) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Januar 1999

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Ms. Frizzle takes her class on a field trip through the town's electrical wires so they can learn how electricity is generated and how it is used.

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Joanna Cole and Bruce Degen, the author and illustrator of the Magic School Bus books, have collaborated for twenty years, bringing humor and true kidlike curiosity to science and learning. Booklist heralded Ms. Frizzle as "the wackiest, wisest teacher in picture books." Two MSB titles have been named School Library Journal Best Books of the Year, and they have won countless state book awards, from New York to Nebraska.


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Von Ein Kunde am 6. April 2000
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is a great book to learn about electricity. My daughter wants me to read it to her over and over, and I have learned from it, too!
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cool book, received on time, kid loves it :) I don't know what else to add (four more words ;)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Watt a Positively Charged Exploration! 2. November 2004
Von Children's Book Review - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It is more than obvious that Joanna Cole (author) and Bruce Degen (illustrator) had the time of their lives bringing this book to fruition. Penned in 1997, "The Magic School Bus and the Electric Field Trip" is packaged to the bursting point with anything and everything that has to do with electricity. There's so much going on here that a simple one-sided scorecard just won't suffice upon delving into Ms. Frizzle's latest adventure. It is Cole and Degen's most action-packed and tightly-woven collaboration yet. One senses from just taking in the first few pages that author and illustrator poured every fiber of their being into the Friz's ninth science-related field trip for children.

Our story starts off with a bang when a surprise guest bounces into class, positively charged with energy. She looks to be the spitting-image of Ms. Frizzle, only much younger.

"Hello, Aunt Valerie," says the girl, kissing the Friz on the cheek.

"My niece, Dottie Frizzle, is visiting today," adds Ms. Frizzle. "Dottie, we're learning about electricity!"

And so, while a thunderstorm rages on outside, our favorite frizzy-haired teacher begins her lesson for the day. She starts by breaking down a diagram of an atom. Then she points out the relationship between electrons (tiny parts of the atom that circle around its core) and electric current (where electrons are pulled away from their hosts and form a steady stream of movement). This is what gives us electricity.

Then, before the Friz can move onto magnetic current (the cousin of electric current), the lights all over school suddenly go out and the classroom is plunged into total darkness. Outside, a hearty roar of thunder echoes over the students' heads.

"There's no electricity!" someone yells.

"We're experiencing a blackout," notes Ms. Frizzle. And according to Gregory, a student in the class, a blackout happens when electric current stops flowing from the power plant to the community.

Why has this occurred? What can anyone do about it? Will this be the end of our story?

"To the bus, everyone!" orders the Friz, brandishing her trusty umbrella like a valiant knight's sword. "Let's find out what happened."

And so begins the wildest adventure Ms. Frizzle and her students have ever undertaken, one that will start at the heart of a power plant and, zooming along with millions of electrons, lead them all over town -- the library, Jo's Diner, student Phoebe's house, and back to school again.

Readers and students alike will learn all about electricity; its many uses, how it is made, and the safety hazards of working with it. They will come to understand the very important role magnetism plays in producing large amounts of electricity. They will familiarize themselves with terms such as "transformers" and "volts."

And that is only scratching the surface of this most densely-packed field trip to date. It would be hard for any author-illustrator team to keep upping the ante nine books into a series. But Cole and Degen prove themselves just as fresh and inspired as ever. "Electric Field Trip" will require second readings to fully grasp all the concepts presented in this book, which Cole and Degen fully acknowledge within the story. Electricity, atoms, watts, magnetism -- it's highly sophisticated and complicated material, even for the most advanced readers. And the fact that Cole and Degen plowed full steam ahead with the subject matter without batting an eyelash is to be commended. Readers will most certainly be rewarded for the time they spend poring over this book.

In keeping with tradition, Cole and Degen leave readers with two familiar mainstays at the end of the tale. Clearly explained are the things made up for story purposes. What's nicer is that Cole and Degen have added a new twist this time around, which makes distinguishing fact from fiction in the story more enjoyable than ever. And then there is the enticingly sweet tidbit to leave readers with a sampling of what's next in store for the Friz and her posse. It's hard to put a finger on what it could be, exactly . . . but one senses that it will quench your thirst for knowledge, you hear?

As Ms. Frizzle herself would say, "If there's no flow, then it's no go!"
3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Best of the whole series 10. März 2010
Von Lawrence M. Sanger - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
The Magic School Bus is a great series and, having read most of the original books, I think this may be the best in the series. It covers the generation, transmission, and usage of electricity in an unusually accessible, interesting, amusing way. It fostered my preschooler's rather surprising and alarming interest in electricity (of course the book covers safety too). We've looked at quite a few books for younger children about electricity, and this was the best we found.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A Creative and Accessible Lesson in Electricity 22. Oktober 2009
Von Shanna A. Gonzalez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This story begins with an ordinary public-school class who have an extraordinary teacher. On their field trip to an electric power plant, Ms. Frizzle, Mary Poppins-like, shrinks the class to the size of electrons and they magically travel through the plant and into power lines, through light bulbs and into everyday appliances. In the course of this journey, they learn how electricity is generated and used for different purposes. The story is told with creativity, humor, and a level of detail that is appropriate for the target audience.

Because the topic of electricity is more complex than some of the other Magic School Bus topics, it may be better to read aloud all the sidebar text and conversations, not just the primary narrative text. Introduction of this slightly more advanced book may need to wait a year or so later than other books in the series. As I've said before, I recommend only the original books in this series, not the derivative ones based on the TV program.
8 von 11 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Great Book! 6. April 2000
Von Ein Kunde - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This book is a great book to learn about electricity. My daughter wants me to read it to her over and over, and I have learned from it, too!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A fun adventure 31. Oktober 2008
Von William Walker - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
My 5 year old granddaughter loves the Magic School Bus. She says they are fun adventures. My daughter taught school and she thinks they have good interest to create a love of reading.
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