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Solar StoryOf doing things starting within the girl's own familyBlending detail filled watercolors engaging cartoon style narration sidebars and an afterword the author showcases another community going green in amazing wa. Drummond presents information about the new solar plant in Moracco Told from the perspective of schoolchildren in the community where the plant has been built The information is provided via short text captions and sidebars Interesting that the Author Note is inserted before the story ends

Summary Solar Story

Solar Story Characters º 106 ë In his signature style Allan Drummond tells the story of the largest solar plant in the world the Noor Solar Power Plant in Morocco's Sahara Desert in Solar Story by relating it to the everyday life of a schoolgirl in a small village next to the plantAs we see on a class field trip the plant is not only bringing reliable In his signature style Allan Drummond tells the story of the largest solar plant in the world the Noor Solar Power Plant in Morocco's Sahara Desert in Solar Story by relating it to the everyday life of a schoolg. Hello friends and Happy Earth Day To celebrate our book today is Solar Story How One Community Lives Alongside The World’s Biggest Solar Plant by Allan DrummondEach morning friends Nadia and Jasmine walk to school together under the hot African sun They live in Ghassate Morocco on the very edge of the Saharan desert; Jasmine the narrator describes it as beginning just outside their classroom window Their village is humble and agrarian but in the last few years some very big and exciting changes have taken place Just outside their town workers have built the largest solar power plant in the entire world the size of 3500 soccer fields and containing 660000 mirrors While studying sustainability Jasmine’s class heads to the plant for a field trip where they learn all about how it operates Later Jasmine and Nadia reflect on the near and far reaching effects of the plant and how it is giving the people of their community and their country a hope of a brighter futureIncredibly informative If you didn’t know that the world’s largest power plant was just outside a rural community of 1200 homes neither did I And through Jasmine’s narration lessons from her teachers and footnotes plus an author’s note by Drummond readers can learn a great deal about the Noor plant There’s also a strong focus on the training and jobs provided by the plant and well as the community outreach of the company that owns it MASEN though not identified by name within the story This section near the end begins to get a little repetitive yet does introduce kids to the many ways that investing in alternate energy can help communities to grow Drummond’s floaty illustrations are lovely to look at yet manage to convey a great sense of scale and the text flows extremely well through the various forms of delivery The choice to put to author’s note before the last page of the story was a little confusing and the length is definitely better for older elementary aged bookworms JJ started to get a little suirmy near the end but this was a wonderful learning experience for those curious about solar power Baby Bookworm approvedNote A copy of this book was provided to The Baby Bookworm by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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Irl in a small village next to the plantAs we see on a class field trip the plant is not only bringing reliable power to the village and far beyond but is providing jobs changing lives and upending the old ways. Focuses on a community in Morocco with the largest solar power plant in the world Conversational style not overly wordy Emphasis on sustainability Pictures make it easy to understand although it is not really about how solar power works rather about the change that it has brought to the community Author visited the community so there is one page spread of actual photographs from his visit