How to Make a Planet: A Step-by-Step Guide to Building the Earth

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The book is about creating your own planet. First you have to squish everything into a tiny dot and then the Big Bang happens. All the stuff flies away from each other, and pieces of it form together like a jigsaw puzzle and create stars. Then this is what happens: planets form. Our earth is closer to the sun so it’s not a gas planet – it’s not made out of gas like Jupiter. At first our planet was really hot, but then it cooled down. Then it started to rain. The rain caused oceans and then the dinosaurs came about. Then eventually it was people that came to earth. There was many ages of people, but more ages of dinosaurs.

This book is very interesting. And I could create the whole entire planet by following these instructions. I could create it in my front yard. If I put everything together, even the trees, every single thing that wasn’t living, then I could create it. I like the book. I like everything in it, like the pictures and learning about it, even though it’s a really long book.

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Author Scott Forbes, Jean Camden, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 64 pages
Publisher Kids Can Press
Publish Date 3/1/2014
ISBN 9781894786881
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Issue May 2014
Category Children's


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