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Sun Up, Sun Down (Voyager/Hbj Book) by Gail…

Sun Up, Sun Down (Voyager/Hbj Book)

by Gail Gibbons

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This book describes the charactheristic of the dun, the importance of the sun oin the life of the earth. We culd not live without the sun. The sun rises in the east and shines through the window , when the sun is dowm, the sky is dark and that indicate that is late and is time for sleep.
  pilarmorenoruiz | Mar 21, 2017 |
This book is all about the sun's rotation and how it makes day and night. I like this book because it s scientific and educational. It would also be fun to tie into lesson plans with a fun activity for children ages 5-7.
  jcpenny0 | Dec 9, 2013 |
An informational book about the sun and the effect it has on all living things, the seasons, the solar system, and in the cycle of the water. The story is narrated by a little girl, and is easy top read, and contain important facts about the sun.
  vxz001 | Oct 27, 2010 |
This is a good book for children to learn about the sun's many uses. The sun is a very important part of our life and this book explains why.
  rachel0217 | Jan 27, 2010 |
This book offers an informational text about weather within the context of one girl's day. Sun, rain, evaporation, rainbows, seasons, day and night are some of the topics covered in this informative and enjoyable book. While the topics are broad, the amount and style of the information presented makes it very digestible, even to students in the lower grades. The colorful ink illustrations are bright, clean and timeless and capture the importance of light and shadow in the text. This is a gentle introduction to some big scientific concepts and would be useful for lower elementary school science units. Highly recommended for public and elementary school libraries. ( )
  emgriff | Dec 17, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 015282782X, Paperback)

Simple language and bold illustrations make this a fun and informative book about the sun. “Add this one to primary-grade science shelves.”--Booklist

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Describes the characteristics of the sun and the ways in which it regulates life on earth.

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