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The Solar System Through Infographics (2014)

by Nadia Higgins

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"This book examines the solar system, including planets, black holes, meteorites, asteroids, the sun, other stars, and moons, as well as how those entities relate to each other"--Provided by publisher.
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A very informative, visually stimulating look at the solar system and its planets.
  shep7 | Jun 4, 2016 |
The Solar System Through Infographics by Nadia Higgs is a visual introduction to the solar system.

The book uses appealing drawn infographics to explain the basics of space: distances, the speed of light, the effects of black holes, etc. Everything is clearly labeled and presented in a way that would be useful alongside a classroom lesson.

The book also includes a handy glossary. It is basically what it says it is and it does it very well. ( )
  pussreboots | Apr 1, 2014 |
(96) Kids love cool facts. Teachers love infographics as a hot new presentation modality. Both love exploring the solar system, fresh layout, bold color pairings, and visually-appealing content. In other words, this book meets everyone's needs. If you've ever want to know what your dog would weigh on each of the planets or what dark matter is, this may be the book for you. Highly recommended. ( )
  activelearning | Oct 26, 2013 |
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