I discovered this "book" when it was listed, along with fifty other books by the same author (although some of the books list a different author on the inside) as a free resource for homeschooling. I am both a homeschooling mom and a former elementary school teacher with a Master's degree in Literacy, so I'm always interested to see what's out there.
This book (and all the other ones in the "series") is nothing more than a collection of pictures skimmed from the internet. Most of the pictures in this book can easily be found by typing Asia and similar words into Google images. The pictures come from a wide variety of websites, unrelated to these books. The vast majority of pictures in this book are probably being used illegally with no compensation for the owners of the images. (In any case, there are no statements in the book giving credit to the owners of the pictures used, or showing permissions for using them.)
Underneath each picture is a random fact about Asia. They are not organized in any fashion, and most of them are unrelated to any other information in the book.
There is no table of contents or any other non-fiction feature you'd want in a children's research book. There is no listing of sources where the facts were obtained.
My guess is that these books were copied and pasted together quickly by someone hoping to make a quick dollar off of unsuspecting consumers. (While this book was free when I purchased it, there were MANY books built exactly the same way that had a price tag attached, and I'm sure this book will not always be free.)