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(5) STARS;TELESCOPES;SOLAR SYSTEM;INTO/ EXPLORING SPACE

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1. I Wonder Why Stars Twinkle: And other Questions About Space (I Wonder Why) "The whole world and everything beyond it is the universe..." level: Ages 9-12 Hardcover: 32 pages , Reader's Digest Young Families; 1993 Language: English ISBN: 1856978818 Product Dimensions: 11.4 x 9.3 x 0.4 inches Shipping Weight: 15.4 ounces List Price: 11.95 Illustrated Boards. No Jacket. Kenyon, Tony (illustrator); Forsey, Chris (illustrator) (illustrator). All pages are bright, tight and clean; Binding straight and firm. Board edges and corners unworn. If needed for enjoyment, this is the one. Illustrated with colorful drawings. Comments: large format; No marks. No wear. From School Library Journal Preschool-Grade 2- This brief survey of the universe is in a question-and-answer format. The illustrations combine colorful cartoons with realistic renderings based on satellite photographs; their captions contain most of the data provided. Creation of the universe, birth and death of stars, assorted facts about the planets, and odds and ends of space exploration are included. Book Description Browsers and young students alike will enjoy these lively question and answer books with their unique mix of realistic illustration and engaging cartoons. The enticing questions will amaze, amuse and inspire, while the highly visual format encourages kids to keep reading. Card catalog description Answers questions about space such as, "Are stars star-shaped," "Which is the coldest planet," and "What is a black hole." Fantastic book. November 10, 2000 Reviewer: A reader: This was a great book. It told me a lot about space and the stars that I did not know. Now Iā€™m really fascinated by the stars. The book told me How fast rockets go. How high you can jump on the moon. And other fascinating facts. Author: Carole Stott Edition: 1 Publisher: Kingfisher Books Edition Description: Illustrated ISBN-10: 1856978818 Category: Science Tech Format: Hardcover Astronomy, Space Exploration Publication Year: 1993 Condition: Good Synopsis Answers questions about space such as, "Are stars star-shaped," "Which is the coldest planet," and "What is a black hole." Series: I Wonder Why Series Length: 32 pages Height: 11.5 in. Width: 9.5 in. Thickness: 0.5 in. Weight: 15.2 oz. 2. 3-D Thrillers! Solar System(Discovery Kids) by Marc Tyler Nobleman (Author) Publication Date: 2001-06-01 Series: Discovery Kids 3-D Thrillers! Edition Description: Illustrated Height: 11.3 in Width: 8.7 in Thickness: 0.2 in Weight: 4.8 oz 3-D Thrillers! Em (Paperback, 2001) ISBN-10: 0525464697 ISBN-13: 9780525464693 Edition: 1 Format: Paperback Publication Year: 2001 Category: JUVENILE NONFICTION ePID: 1879792 List Price: 7.99 level: Ages 9-12 Paperback: 16 pages Publisher: Dutton Juvenile; Book and Access edition (June 4, 2001) Language: English Comments: Good clean copy with some light wear! NO 3-D GLASSES though; pages clean, no markings of any kind. Publisher's Note: Examines the characteristics of our solar system's sun, planets, and moons. Product Description: Did you know that the ancient Egyptians mummified their pets? Or that the Great Red Spot on Jupiter is actually an enormous storm larger than Earth? Put on your 3-D glasses (included with each book) and explore the truth and legends behind mummies and our vast solar system. The sophisticated design incorporates new 3-D technology that allows clear, full-color images, ensuring exciting encounters that are truly in-your-face! Packed with surprising facts and spine-tingling photographs, 3-D Solar System offer the kind of learning fun that kids love. 3. Telescopes-How it Works Series. Shows how telescopes operate Telescopes (How it works) by Lionel Bender (Author) Unknown Binding: 31 pages Publisher: Shooting Star Press (1995) Language: English ISBN-10: 1573351652 From School Library Journal Grade 5-6--Two books that feature full- color photos and paintings, an easy text supplemented by comparatively long explanatory captions, and simply put information. Bender is specific about many kinds of Telescopes and the differences among them; he also discusses how large telescopes are mounted, how computers assist in deciphering astronomical data, and special problems encountered by astronomers who want to study neutrinos or the sun. The illustrations are clear and useful. Graham skims through lasers (and their use in industry, medicine, and war) and holography at a more superficial level. Card catalog description: Demonstrates how telescopes operate, from the simplest to the most complex and sophisticated. NOT an ex library book. 32 clean interior pages including the index with color illustrations. Hard cover, glossy pictorial boards. 8 3/4 x 11 1/2 inches, no dust jacket, juvenile non-fiction. 4. Into space (The Starting point library) by Michael W Dempsey (Author) Unknown Binding: 30 pages Publisher: World Pub. Co (1970) Language: English ASIN: B0006CUFSO Good condition; clean pages, tight binding; exterior covers have some bumping and marks. 5. EXPLORING SPACE-KENNETH W. GATLAND, 1972 VISUAL BOOKS Hardcover: 48 pages Publisher: MACDONALD EDUC. (1972) ISBN-10: 035603982X ISBN-13: 978-0356039824 Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds ISBN:0-448-00724X on CIP page but incorrect. Grosset Dunlap, Inc., ?1972, First Printing 1972. 22 Chapters; 48 Pages; Index. Tight Binding, Clean Pages, No Writing, Tears, Rips, Etc. No Dust Jacket. Shelf Wear On Spine Edge. Corner Bumping Good condition but may show some slight signs of wear. OTHER SPACE BOOKS IN MY STORE - CLOSE-UP: NEW WORLDS SPACE: EXPLORATION AND DISCOVERY (A YOUNG STUDENTS ENCYCLOPEDIA)
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