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How Far Is Deep Space A Mission of Discovery

by Guy Holt

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SPACE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. This is the book that begins on page one at the surface of the Earth and, as you turn the pages, takes the reader out through the atmosphere past all the major milestones to the very edge of Deep Space. Artful layout with an accompanying distance scale makes potentially complex information easy to understand. Dynamic graphics and photographs will captivate the reader's attention, along with bite-sized pieces of information that are perfect for young readers. Introduces children to a fantastic new perspective of the world around them. Key curriculum topics are covered and Teachers' Notes are available. Ages 5+… (more)
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SPACE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. This is the book that begins on page one at the surface of the Earth and, as you turn the pages, takes the reader out through the atmosphere past all the major milestones to the very edge of Deep Space. Artful layout with an accompanying distance scale makes potentially complex information easy to understand. Dynamic graphics and photographs will captivate the reader's attention, along with bite-sized pieces of information that are perfect for young readers. Introduces children to a fantastic new perspective of the world around them. Key curriculum topics are covered and Teachers' Notes are available. Ages 5+

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