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eBook Neptune download

by Seymour Simon

eBook Neptune download ISBN: 0688152775
Author: Seymour Simon
Publisher: HarperCollins (May 23, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1187 kb
Fb2: 1856 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Science Nature and How It Works

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When Galileo first glimpsed Neptune almost four hundred years ago, he mistook it for a star

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. When Galileo first glimpsed Neptune almost four hundred years ago, he mistook it for a star. Only since the Voyager 2 spacecraft whizzed past the eighth planet in 1989 have we begun to understand this turbulent world. With stunning photographs.

This book discusses the physical features and moons of the planet Neptune and how we have gained our knowledge of this giant world. This book discusses the physical features and moons of the planet Neptune and how we have gained our knowledge of this giant world. Other Books You Might Like.

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When Galileo first glimpsed Neptune almost four hundred years ago, he mistook it for a star

When Galileo first glimpsed Neptune almost four hundred years ago, he mistook it for a star.

Seymour Simon (born August 9, 1931) is an American writer of children's books; he is primarily a science writer. Simon was born in New York City. He graduated from the Bronx High School of Science and the City College of New York. A science teacher for 23 years, he began writing for children in the early 1960s.

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Books by Seymour Simon. Seymour Simon is a prolific author. 1989) Venus (1998) Saturn (1985) Neptune (1997) Destination: Jupiter (1998) Destination: Space (2002) Exploring Space: Using Seymour Simon’s Astronomy Books in the Classroom by Barbara Bourne (1994).

Books by Seymour Simon. Although this list of titles is not complete, it does give a good selection of themes (. endangered animals, weather, body systems, solar system) that can be integrated into other areas of the curriculum.

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When Galileo first glimpsed Neptune almost four hundred years ago, he mistook it for a star. Only since the Voyager 2 spacecraft whizzed past the eighth planet in 1989 have we begun to understand this turbulent world. With stunning photographs, from Neptune's clouds of methane-ice to its Great Dark Spot, a hurricane big enough to swallow Earth, this masterful introduction to the furthest reaches of our solar system will delight any young astronomer. Another journey in Seymour Simon's bestselling series about the stars and planets.

Comments: (6)
Opilar
This book is really informative and it helps challenge children to read tougher and larger words. This book has an excellent source of both comprehension and true studies. My daughter's comment was ,"it may be small in length, but the words help you understand everything about the planet." I would recommend this book to ages 9-11 depending on how well you can understand both the sciences and the geographical terms. Hope you enjoy this book!
Qag
Great class resource
Uyehuguita
Alas another kids book. Not very detailed for this amateur astronomer. Some of the pictures were good, maybe 3 or 4 star. No real detailed reference information. I have seen Neptune many times with my telescope and would like detailed information on the planet without PHD math. Big print to fill up pages so little is said. I did learn a few things but not a good reference book. This book is for grade school kids, parents showing nice pictures and reading to their kids or the very beginner in Astronomy. Will give this book to my nephew for his mom to read to him after I find a more detailed reference book on Neptune. Please Simon can you also write about the planets for grownups wanting more detailed information.
unmasked
The ~1,000-page Space Science Series book on Neptune and Triton goes for 120$ these days. I thought this might be a reasonable, lower-cost alternative. Well, it's about 20-30 pages long, and mostly pictures. I don't remember what I paid for it, but if it was more than 5$, then I really would have appreciated a simple way to get a page-count before I made my purchase decision.
Mr.mclav
In August 1989, the Voyager 2 spacecraft became the first and so far only spacecraft to visit and explore the planet Neptune. The author presents a brief, non-technical summary of the mission to Neptune and the findings from this mission. The book is loaded with many high quality photos of the planet, its rings, and its minor moons. The book also contains a good deal of information on Neptune's largest moon Triton. While this maybe a children's book, I feel that many adults would find it interesting as well.
MOQ
Neptune is a good book. Lots of info and great pictures.Simon has done it again!