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Discover More: Planets

by Penny Arlon (author) and Tory Gordon-Harris (author)

Suitable for 7 - 9 years

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Kids can discover how our planet fits into the solar system, and be blown away by the big facts and stats of space. Welcome to a tour of the major planets, moons, dwarf planets, asteroids, comets, and other rocks and gas that orbit the sun. The latest NASA and European Space Station images, many unique to this book, are combined with up-to-the-minute information from space experts. And there’s lots to do! Track Venus at night, create alien life, and interact with the brave men and women of the International Space Station to unlock the secrets of the Milky Way online and offline.

Product Details

Series

Discover More

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407131535

Publisher

Scholastic

Date published

March 1st, 2012

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  • 80 pages
Condition

New

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  1. Sushi21
    on 7 March 2014

    I liked the part where they explain about how an asteroid hits the surface to make a crater.

    5out of 5
  2. Athena14
    on 5 March 2014

    Lots of brilliant pictures and facts.