Stargazer's Alphabet

Stargazer's Alphabet

Night-sky Wonders From A to Z

Book - 2007
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Baker & Taylor
Presents alphabetically arranged entries on stars, galaxies, and constellations, based on observations of the sky at night and illustrated with astrophotographs for each entry.

Perseus Publishing
A is for Andromeda, our neighbor galaxy. B is for Big Dipper, that's an easy one to see. John Farrell takes kids on a rhyming tour of the night sky, from A to Z, with spectacular full-color photographs and facts about the wonders of space. From distant Andromeda, a galaxy made up of billions of stars, to the constellations of the zodiac, Farrell covers the high points of outer space. How do you find Jupiter or Venus? How does the Moon cause the tides on Earth's shores? How can you find the North Star, and why do all other stars seem to go around it? The answers to these and many other questions are contained in this beautiful volume, a Science Books & Films Best Book, of science that will delight a young reader's imagination.


Boyd Brew
A is for Andromeda, our neighbor galaxy. B is for Big Dipper, that's an easy one to see. John Farrell takes kids on a rhyming tour of the night sky, from A to Z, with spectacular full-color photographs and facts about the wonders of space. From distant Andromeda, a galaxy made up of billions of stars, to the constellations of the zodiac, Farrell covers the high points of outer space. How do you find Jupiter or Venus? How does the Moon cause the tides on Earth's shores? How can you find the North Star, and why do all other stars seem to go around it? The answers to these and many other questions are contained in this beautiful volume of science that will delight a young reader's imagination.


Boyds Mills Pr
A is for Andromeda, our neighbor galaxy. B is for Big Dipper, that's an easy one to see. John Farrell takes kids on a rhyming tour of the night sky, from A to Z, with spectacular full-color photographs and facts about the wonders of space. From distant Andromeda, a galaxy made up of billions of stars, to the constellations of the zodiac, Farrell covers the high points of outer space. How do you find Jupiter or Venus? How does the Moon cause the tides on Earth's shores? How can you find the North Star, and why do all other stars seem to go around it? The answers to these and many other questions are contained in this beautiful volume, a Science Books & Films Best Book, of science that will delight a young reader's imagination.


Baker
& Taylor

Takes kids on a rhyming tour of the night sky, from A to Z, with spectacular full-color photographs and facts about the wonders of space. By the author of It's Just a Game.

Publisher: Honesdale, Pa. : Boyds Mills Press, c2007
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 1590784669 (alk. paper)
9781590784662 (alk. paper)
Branch Call Number: J520 FAR
Characteristics: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 32 cm

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