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What's So Hot about the Sun (Ask Max)

by Roger Howerton

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Max makes learning fun! Got Questions? I and rsquo;ve got answers! Meet Max. He loves learning and he loves to share. Kids love Max because he can explain lots of things in fun and simple ways. He and rsquo;ll also show how to make some crafts and perform simple experiments! Contains lots of questions and answers about the solar system Packed with great photos and super illustrations Meet Max the young genius of this series with all the answers Creation-oriented, non-evolutionary ideas are presented in terms children can understand Lots of trivia and additional information is included Got Questions? I and rsquo;ve got answers! - Max Today and kids seem to be full of them, and sometimes they may be a little hard to answer. Ask Max is a series of books with the boy-genius Max answering different questions relating to the world around us, and offering a lot of trivia fun and information on each subject that will delight children. Geared toward the young astronomer, Max shares the answers to questions such as, What happens during an eclipse? What are the other planets made of? Why is the sky blue? A thought-provoking series that answers questions kids haven and rsquo;t even thought to ask yet. But when they do, just ask Max, he knows!

24 pages 8.5 x 8.5 Paper

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:22:28 -0400)

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