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Sky gazing : a guide to the moon, sun, planets, stars, eclipses, constellations —Thacher, Meg, author.

"With this highly visual guide to observing the sky with the naked eye, kids aged 9-14 will delve into the science behind what they see"--Provided by publisher.

The night sky : a Frozen discovery book —Dichter, Paul, author.

"Anna, Elsa, and friends explore the night sky. Engaging nonfiction text presents the northern lights, the solar system, eclipses, and more. Fun character interactions keep the reader engaged, while facts are presented i...

Life cycles : everything from start to finish

This stunning illustrated children's book takes an innovative look at the circle of life, including animals, dinosaurs, stars, volcanoes, and even YOU. Everything has a beginning and an end, but what happens in between? ...

Astronomy for kids : how to explore outer space with binoculars, a telescope, or just your eyes! —Betts, Bruce (PhD), author.

"One of the coolest things about outer space is that anyone can explore it. All you have to do is go outside and look up! In Astronomy for Kids, planetary scientist Bruce Betts helps you find and name the amazing objects...

Space —Denne, Ben.

Readers are taken on a journey through our universe where they will see black holes forming, stars exploding, shooting comets and colliding galaxies, and more! By accessing the recommended Web sites on every double page,...

The magic school bus lost in the solar system —Cole, Joanna.

On a special field trip in the magic school bus, Ms. Frizzle's class goes into outer space and visits each planet in the solar system.

The magic school bus : lost in the solar system —Cole, Joanna, author.

On a special field trip in the magic school bus, Ms. Frizzle's class goes into outer space and visits each planet in the solar system.

I wonder why stars twinkle and other questions about space —Stott, Carole.

Answers questions about space such as, "Are stars star-shaped," "Which is the coldest planet," and "What is a black hole."

Stargazers —Gibbons, Gail.

Tells what stars are, why they twinkle, how constellations were named, how telescopes are used to study stars, and more.

Space and the planets —Hirschmann, Kris, 1967-

The kids in Ms. Frizzle's class share what they learned during their unit on space and the planets.

The night sky —Silver, Donald M., 1947-

Magical - that's the word for the night sky, with its shining stars, glittering planets, and, sometimes the celestial moon. By focusing on one small square of night sky near Orion, The Night Sky makes star time even more...

Mass and matter —Whiting, Jim, 1943-

"An examination of the science behind the physical concepts of mass and matter, including relevant theories and history-making discoveries as well as topics of current and future research"--Provided by publisher.

The solar system : out of this world with science activities for kids —Lopez, Delano, author.

"Invites middle school kids on a journey of a lifetime to explore the comets, meteors, asteroids, sun, planets, and moons that make up the solar system. Kids learn about the history of space exploration and discovery, al...

Your place in the universe —Chin, Jason, 1978- author, illustrator.

"A non-fiction introduction to the massive scale of the known universe"--Provided by publisher.

Stars and galaxies —Buckley, James, Jr., 1963- author.

Introduces stars and galaxies, describing how stars form constellations and the Earth's place in the galaxy, and provides tips for stargazing.

Space encyclopedia : a tour of our solar system and beyond —Aguilar, David A.

The updated and expanded edition of the hit Space Encyclopedia presents the most up-to-date findings on space exploration and research and breathtaking views of the universe, as captured by the latest and greatest techno...

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