It Ain't Flat: A Memorizable Book of Countries

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
It Ain't Flat is a fun list of countries meant to be read aloud to facilitate easy memorization (or just entertaining reading). More
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About Karl Beckstrand

Karl Beckstrand is a ten-time published author with more than 20 titles online. Raised in San Jose, California, USA, he received a B.A. in journalism from BYU and an M.A. in international relations from APU. Since 1993 he has produced captivating stories, ads, and scripts. An engaging presenter and consultant, Beckstrand has experience in high tech, TV/radio broadcasting, film, and public policy. He has lived abroad, been a Spanish/English interpreter, and he enjoys volleyball and kayaking (usually not at the same time). Beckstrand's activity books, Spanish & bilingual books, ebook mysteries, and nonfiction stories feature minority characters and have been lauded by national reviews such as the Horn Book blog, School Library Journal, Kirkus and ForeWord Reviews (see Premiobooks.com/press). His work has appeared in: Border's Books, Barnes & Noble, Costco, Deseret Book, Children's Miracle Network, The Congressional Record of the U.S. House of Representatives, Papercrafts Magazine and various broadcasts; available via: Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Brodart, Follett Library Resources/BWI, Amazon, iTunes, Nook, and Premiobooks. (Search: "Karl Beckstrand - Author" on FB & Amazon).

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Review by: Wayne Brandolino on May 26, 2012 :
I forgot to rate it on my previous review. Couldn't see the stars below.
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Review by: Wayne Brandolino on May 26, 2012 : (no rating)
Wow! I didn't realize there were so many countries in the world. This book would be great for adults as well. Great rhyming memory system. All we need now is a pronunciation guide.
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Review by: Thane Beckstrand on May 19, 2012 :
Somewhere I bet there is kid who will wind up on Letterman someday and recite this book.
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Review by: brian wilson on May 17, 2012 : (no rating)
Karl, I like the concept. I love word play so this is something I would enjoy. It does remind me of Billy Joel's "We didn't start the fire." But I do mean that in a good way. I wonder how kids might struggle with pronunciation since I do as an adult.
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