2 edition of Space book for young people. found in the catalog.
Space book for young people.
Homer Edward Newell
|Statement||Illustrated by Anne Marie Jauss.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.N55 Sp2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||60006980|
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Aspiring astronauts and young space fans will enjoy the look into Ride's personality and growth as well as the space travel facts and figures, and for adults too this book offers a rare look at. by Faith McNulty and Steven Kellogg. – In this lavish picture book, readers accompany a boy on a trip to the moon. It’s a wonderful combination of poetry and science: they boy must prepare properly, spend two and a half days in a ship, contemplate the immensity of space, bounce around the moon’s airless, waterless grey surface, and.
This book is a collection of stories of 23 brave, intelligent, and freaking awesome women who've done work surrounding space research. Each story Author: Alex Weiss. Although many titles have multi-strand applications, space restraints dictate including a maximum of three strands per title. The Notable Trade Books for Young People list is published each year as an insert to the May/June issue of Social Education.
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Out of 5 stars Outstanding Book for Young Space Explorers Reviewed in the United States on Ap This breathtaking full color glossy book has incredible pictures and information ranging from the "Race to the Moon" to "Earthwatch" "Mission to Mars" "Comets" "Star Life" and includes a fantastic glossary at the back of the book.5/5(4).
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Most Wished For. Space can sometimes be intimidating for young kids, which is why this book is great. It teaches kids the basics of gravity and space in a way that they can understand it without getting too overwhelmed. Ellison Onizuka (Great Asian Americans) by Stephanie Cham.
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The Everything Kids Space Book: All About Rockets, Moon Landings, Mar, and More Plus Space Activities You Can Do at Home. (Everything Kids Series) by Kathiann M. Kowalski. This book is like the secret love child of The Handmaid’s Tale and Across the Universe, meaning it’s the feminist sci-fi book of your dreams.
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Lightless by C.A. Higgins This wonderfully imagined space opera takes place on a military spacecraft, Ananke. Althea, a computer scientist aboard the ship, has a strong bond with the electronic systems. When a terrorist group threatens Ananke, Althea must access her.
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space by Catherine D. Hughes With supersize photographs and all the interactive nonfiction text features typical of a National Geographic Kids book, this collection of facts about the moon, planets and dwarf planets invites young space enthusiasts to pore over its pages.
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I appreciate that some aspects of the book involve space, but that's not where it's set. This book, by Catherine Hughes and David Aguilar, is a great way to introduce young children to Earth, the solar system and beyond.
It features gorgeous images. Astronauts & Space Flight - Kids: Books. 1 - 20 of results. Grid View Grid. List View List. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book. Quickview. Astrophysics for Young People by Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Paperback $ $ Current price is $, Original price is $ 's editors present a reading list for space and sci-fi lovers, as well as children who are interested in astronomy and spaceflight. There are plenty of great books out there about space.
I grew up watching the various Star Treks and Star Wars; I saw Apollo 13 in the theaters. Space, that final frontier, has always been one of my favorite frontiers to explore. And there are a ton of writers who apparently just want to make me happy, because there are many, many—seriously, so many!—excellent books set in space just waiting to be read!Author: Jenn Northington.
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Before picking any book off the shelf, we first need to know what types of science books are available. Subject-Focused. To us, that vastness of space was a far-off wonder, a mystery. And yet, some people study this stuff. Personally, I don’t remember many astronomy lessons in school, but I’ve always been curious to learn.
Which brings us to the search for astronomy books for beginners. If, like me, you’re new to astronomy but want to know more, this list Author: Amanda Kay Oaks. The large, colorful book has a lot of ground to cover, but it delves into enough detail to spark readers' curiosity, and additional graphics by 5W Infographics pack more information into less space.
Science Fiction books are what initially ignited a great love of reading for me. And Young Adult books reignited that love. So the intersection of the two, for me, is golden. For this list of Young Adult Science Fiction books, I chose to include dystopians with science-fiction-based worlds, as well as books that include both science-fiction and Author: Sarah Nicolas.In this book, with the help of journalist Susan Okie, Sally Ride shares the personal experience of traveling into space.
America's first woman astronaut answers questions most frequently asked about a journey through space.Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared to Dream is a great book that tells a lesser-known version of the early days of space exploration.
It goes into depth with 13 different women’s attempts to join men on the first expedition to space.4/5.