Space Dictionary for Kids: The Everything Guide for Kids Who Love Space
This book is not really a story, but a lot of information about space, including the solar system, space exploration, and astrobiology. There are no characters in this book because it’s not a story, and it doesn’t really have a plot. There are several different sections in this book. They begin with Cosmology, then go on to Stars and Galaxies, The Solar System, and Astrobiology and Exoplanets. All the information in these sections is listed alphabetically, and you can learn a lot about things like the Hubble Deep Field images and the Zodiacal Light (which doesn’t have to do with the zodiac, but instead with light!). The illustrations in this book are made up of pictures and charts that contain lots of information. One thing about this book that I liked was learning about the solar system, especially the order of the planets from the Sun. I didn’t particularly like the fact that Pluto is not a planet! This is a good book for kids who are ages ten to fifteen years who really like science, especially space science. I really like reading stories best! This is still a good book, though!
|Author||Amy Anderson • Brian Anderson|
|Page Count||192 pages|
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