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Stars! Stars! Stars! (edition 2002)

by Bob Barner

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Title:Stars! Stars! Stars!
Authors:Bob Barner
Info:Scholastic Inc. (2002), Paperback, 32 pages
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Stars! Stars! Stars! is a very fun and informative picture book for little kids. Learning about the planets and other objects in our universe is difficult to learn, but Bob Barber does an excellent job of conveying this information until its simplest form for children to understand. I love at the end of the book how Bob Barber also provides information on all the planets and other objects. This book is awesome for a child who would like to know more about the universe. ( )
  Remy_Ferrell | Nov 25, 2014 |
This book is all about stars
  iceangel456 | Jun 12, 2014 |
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This nonfiction book makes looking at the stars even more exciting then it already was! It also tells us about the planets! You get to meet the planets and get more information on them!

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I liked this story and I think it would be excellent to get us started on a lesson about the universe!

Classroom Extension Ideas:
1. Set up many stars around the room and see what shapes they look like! Then see if they can find the big dipper.
2. Have the students make a model of the planets rotating around the sun!
  kimbo2012 | Apr 16, 2013 |
This is a very cute book about stars. This book would be a great introduction for kindergarteners or 1st graders. ( )
  atlomas | Apr 23, 2012 |
Summary: This book is about a kid who wants to see the stars and planets. The book tells facts about the plants, stars, and the sun. It has a lot of information to help children better understand the solor system. The back of the book is has facts about the planets and the universe.

Personal thoughts: I like that this book makes learning about astronomy more interesting. The pictures are really elaborant. The back of the book even has facts about stuff.

Classroom ideas:
1. Have students draw a picture of a planet based on the facts and discriptions from the book.
2. Read this book during science time while learning about astronomy.
  JaceySteed | Nov 22, 2011 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0811831590, Hardcover)

In this lively book, award-winning author-artist Bob Barner takes readers on a ride through outer space to visit distant planets and dazzling stars. The simple rhyming text and colorful torn-paper collage illustrations make this book perfect for the very youngest readers, and the Meet the Planets and Meet the Galaxy sections, both bursting with facts, will engage older readers as well. Stars! Stars! Stars! will rocket aspiring stargazers right out of this world!

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Simple rhyming text describes stars and the planets of our solar system.

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