The planets in our solar system
Where is it partly cloudy and 860°F? Venus! This classic picture book is a fascinating exploration of space written by children's nonfiction veteran and former chairman of the American Museum of Natural History-Hayden Planetarium Franklyn M. Branley and illustrated by Kevin O'Malley. Full of interesting facts about the eight planets in our solar system, including our very own Earth, this bestselling book also features photographs from Voyager and other space explorers.
Now rebranded with a new cover look, this book features a find out more section with instructions for making your own solar system mobile and web research prompts about how to track the moon. Both text and artwork were vetted for accuracy by Jurrie van der Woude of NASA.
This is a Level 2 Let's-Read-and-Find-Out, which means the book explores more challenging concepts perfect for children in the primary grades and supports the Common Core Learning Standards and Next Generation Science Standards. Let's-Read-and-Find-Out is the winner of the American Association for the Advancement of Science/Subaru Science Books & Films Prize for Outstanding Science Series.
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|Grouping Title||planets in our solar system|
|Grouping Author||branley franklyn mansfield|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-10-18 14:57:25PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-10-18 14:58:26PM|
|auth_author2||O'Malley, Kevin, 1961-|
|author||Branley, Franklyn Mansfield, 1915-2002.|
|author_display||Branley, Franklyn Mansfield|
Glencliff Elementary - Kids Non-Fiction
Joelton Elementary - Kids Non-Fiction
|display_description||Describes the nine planets and other bodies of the solar system; includes directions for making models showing the size of the planets and their distance from the sun.|
Planets -- Juvenile literature
Solar system -- Juvenile literature
|title_display||The planets in our solar system|
|title_full||The planets in our solar system / by Franklyn M. Branley ; illustrated by Kevin O'Malley|
|title_short||The planets in our solar system|