Books, Childrens Books, Science, Astronomy Space
Neil Armstrong: Young Flyer (childhood Of Famous Americans)
Presents the childhood of the astronaut who became the first man to walk on the moon.Your children will love Neil Armstrong. The author is Montrew Dunham and it was published in August of 1996 by Aladdin. This version is the 1st Aladdin Paperbacks ed. is 192 pages long and it has pictures. The book talks about Astronauts.
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Eye Wonder: Space (eye Wonder)
Written by Carole Stott and it was published on the 1st of July, 2001 by DK CHILDREN. The hardcover children's book talks about Astronomy and it is regarded as fine juvenile literature. If you are within the library you can likely search for it using the DDC, QB46.H73 2001. This is the 1st American ed. has 48 pages and it is loaded with colorfully illustrated pages.
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Exploring The Night Sky: The Equinox Astronomy Guide For Beginners
You simply must read a copy of Exploring The Night Sky: The Equinox Astronomy Guide For Beginners a strong children's book by Terence Dickinson. The author is Terence Dickinson and the publisher is Firefly Books. It went on sale in February of 1987. The children's book is 72 pages long. It's dimensions are 8.27"H x 8.27"L x 0.2"W and it weighs around 0.4 lbs. To find the best bargain on a copy for this children's book as well as other items, click on our store button on this page.
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The Everything Kids' Astronomy Book: Blast Into Outer Space With Stellar Facts, Intergalactic Trivia, And Out-of-this-world Puzzles (everything Kids Series)
It's essential to get a copy of The Everything Kids' Astronomy Book: Blast Into Outer Space With Stellar Facts, Intergalactic Trivia, And Out-of-this-world Puzzles (everything Kids Series) a fabulous child's book by Kathi Wagner / Sheryl Racine. The author is Kathi Wagner / Sheryl Racine and it was published by Adams Media. It was available sometime in 2008. The children's book is 144 pages long. The book is 9.25" Height x 7.99" Length x 0.39" Width. It has a weight of 0.61 lbs. To obtain your personal copy of this book, visit the add to cart button on this page.
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Scholastic Discover More: Planets
The author is Penny Arlon / Penelope Arlon and the publisher is Scholastic Reference. This book went on sale sometime in 2012. The child's book is 80 pages long. It's dimensions are 0.5" Height x 10" Length x 8" Width and it weighs somewhere around 0.85 lbs. As you read, envision this circumstance inside of your head, add to cart by clicking the weblink below.
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Find The Constellations
Do you wish to get a new child's book? Find The Constellations is a great child's book! The author is H. A. Rey and it was published sometime in 2008 by HMH Books. The book is related to Constellations as well as Stars and it is perceived as ideal juvenile literature. This is the 2nd ed. is 72 pages long and it offers colorfully illustrated pages. Sandpiper. Second edition updates on the solar system and our planets.provided by Ian Garrick-Bethell. Lots of people proclaim they just don't have time to read, but reading is yet another good use of time, particularly with a good book. We would like you to get the best price when acquiring a child's book for your children, please visit our partners via the add to shopping cart button.
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Astronomy & Space, Science, Nature
First Space Encyclopedia (dk First Reference)
First Space Encyclopedia is the right child's book. The author is DK Publishing and it was published sometime in January of 2008 by DK CHILDREN. The child's book is about Astronomy along with Stars and Planets and is deemed nice encyclopedias, juvenile. The book is 128 pages long and it incorporates different black & white pictures, select the weblink below.
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How People Learned To Fly (let's-read-and-find-out Science 2)
A simple look at the trials and errors that led to the development of the airplane.The author is Fran Hodgkins and it was published sometime in 2007 by HarperCollins. The book is focused on Flight and is considered excellent juvenile literature. While you are in the library you can most likely search for it using the DDC, TL547.H6165 2007. This version is the 1st ed. of the book is 40 pages long and it features a variety of colorfully illustrated artwork. I want you to get the best price when acquiring a child's book.
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Let's-read-and-find-out, People, Religious
13 Planets: The Latest View Of The Solar System (national Geographic Kids)
My children want to reveal to you a great child's book titled 13 Planets: The Latest View Of The Solar. Written by David A. Aguilar and it was published on the 8th of March, 2011 by National Geographic Children's Books. The children's book has 64 pages. To buy a copy at the lowest price, check out the button on this page.
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Flying To The Moon: An Astronaut's Story
Children love Flying To The Moon: An Astronaut's Story - an astronaut's story by Michael Collins. The author is Michael Collins and it was published on the 1st of April, 1994 by Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR). The book is related to Juvenile literature along with Space flight to the moon and Astronauts. This is the 2nd ed, with a pref. and a rev. final chapter. of the child's book has 172 pages and it offers several black and white drawings. This book is based in part on Carrying the fire, c1974 by Michael Collins. A Sunburst book. Obtain a copy of this book, visit our partners via the link below.
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