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Infinite Space (Megascope Series)

by Christian Grenier, Guillaume Cannat

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764151800, Hardcover)

About the Series: These imaginatively designed fact books are great for casual browsing, but they also contain information kids can use in homework assignments and school activities. Each book contains a brief but enthralling fictional piece, its theme drawn from factual subjects that will be explored in the rest of the volume. Other features include four-color perforated pull-out picture cards, a double-page of color stickers, a spot-the-mistakes picture puzzle, ideas and directions for do-it-yourself learning projects, a fun quiz, a list of strange-but-true facts, and much more.

About the Book: A short story, The Pilgrim of the Stars, is an interplanetary adventure. Factual articles describe mankind's growing understanding of the universe from depictions based on earliest human observations to modern science's latest discoveries.

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