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The Moon (Smithsonian) by James Jr. Buckley
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The Moon (Smithsonian)

by James Buckley Jr.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 044849020X, Paperback)

Check out the moon—in all its phases—in this new Level 4 Penguin-Smithsonian nonfiction reader.

There are myths about it. Men have landed on it. Just about everybody has gazed at it in wonder. But what is the moon? Where did it come from? What’s it made of? Find out in this lively reader about the celestial body that’s so familiar and yet so mysterious.

(retrieved from Amazon Sat, 16 Jan 2016 22:43:53 -0500)

Presents facts about the moon, discussing its origin, myths, composition, effect on Earth, and role in the space program.

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