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eBook Mercury download

by Christine Taylor-Butler

eBook Mercury download ISBN: 0516250825
Author: Christine Taylor-Butler
Publisher: Scholastic (2005)
Language: English
ePub: 1437 kb
Fb2: 1852 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Math Sciences
Subcategory: Astronomy and Space Science

Book by Taylor-Butler, Christine. This book claims that "Mercury has no gravity" and that "volcanoes are made of lava". I realize the science needs to be simplified for a young audience, but it should stick to facts.

Book by Taylor-Butler, Christine. Publisher: Scholastic (2005).

Christine Taylor-Butler (Author).

Christine Taylor-Butler is the author of more than 80 fiction and nonfiction books for children. A graduate of MIT, she holds degrees in both Civil Engineering and Art & Design. Her current project is the speculative sci-fi fantasy series: The Lost Tribes.

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Comments: (4)
Thordibandis
I love this series of books! I use them with my second graders when we do our non-fiction reports. This particular book (series) is great for lower readers / struggling readers. Lots of great pictures, non-fiction text features, and big print makes it easy for even struggling readers to gather important facts and be successful while their peers are working with higher level texts.
Mayno
My 5 year old is really interested in outer space and the planets. I purchased this book along with The Sun, The Moon, and the Little Big Box of Planets: And Pluto, Too! He loves them! And he's not the only one. Every time I read these books, and I have read them REPEATEDLY, I am always amazed by some fact. I would highly recommend this book and any of the books in this series.
Ariseym
This book claims that "Mercury has no gravity" and that "volcanoes are made of lava". I realize the science needs to be simplified for a young audience, but it should stick to facts.
BroWelm
I mentioned a comet I saw earlier to people at my 3year old gret-nephews birthday party, he heard me and hasn't let it go since. Draws comet pictures and email them to me so I thouht, "Amazon! perfect, I will send him a book about comets!
great book, for 6 years old and up but he loves it! called to say "can I tell you something? Comets are made of dust adn gases"