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The Planets in Our Solar System (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2) (original 1981; edition 2015)

by Dr. Franklyn M. Branley (Author)

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Introduces the solar system and its nine planets. Includes directions for making two models, one showing relative sizes of the planets and the other their relative distances from the sun.
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Title:The Planets in Our Solar System (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science 2)
Authors:Dr. Franklyn M. Branley (Author)
Info:HarperCollins (2015), Edition: Illustrated, 32 pages
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This book describes the nine planets and other bodies of the solar system, includes directions for making models showing the size of the planets and their distance from the sun.
  brudder | Apr 16, 2018 |
This would be a great book to read to first or second graders to introduce the solar system (and it's new enough that the explain why Pluto isn't a planet any longer). The main character is also an African American woman and the kids show diversity which is nice to see. The book explains which planets you need a telescope to see and which you can see with your bare eyes. It briefly talks about how the moon is the Earth's satellite, asteroids, comets, and the differences between them. The book also explains the different temperatures on the planets and what would happen if our planet was in their places. It finishes by talking about the size of planets and explaining why the Earth is the perfect planet for us! After the story is over, it gives a few suggestions on activities that kids could do! ( )
  Miss_Annie_O | Sep 13, 2016 |
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