[Welcome to the EL Book Introductions series. These posts are all short (<180 words) introductions/reviews of books in the EL library. They focus on telling you what we think will be interesting for you, a college student and English learner, so use them to help you find the right book for you. You can also use the tags to find books about topics you might be interested in.]
These three books are easy-to-read introductions to the planets, earthquakes, and volcanoes. Yes, they are “for kids,” but they are well written and teach a lot of good vocabulary.
One of my learning philosophies is that “it is easier to learn what you already know.” These books teach science for children, so you probably already know most of the facts inside. But that’s a good thing! If you already know a lot about the topic, then reading should be much easier. Also, it is a good way to improve your English vocabulary by learning concepts you already know in Japanese in a new language.
My two cents: If your teacher wants you to do extensive reading (多読) but you don’t like fiction, try one of these books.