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Astronomy Out of this World ❧ [KINDLE] ❀ Astronomy Out of this World By Dan Green ➠ – Like a Facebook for the universe Astronomy gives every important celestial body and concept its own page where readers can learn its behaviors likes and dislikes up close and personal From the flashy Like a Facebook for the of this eBook ¸ universe Astronomy gives every important celestial body and concept its own page where readers can learn its behaviors likes and dislikes up close and personal From the flashy stars to the shadowy and strange objects that hang out like loners at the edges of the universe no player goes unnoticed Every profile has a hip anime style portrait Astronomy Out MOBI :º to round out the picture but make no mistake while the presentation is all style the science is rock solid  The book includes a super cute poster of the solar system in the back The universe has never been so cool.

10 thoughts on “Astronomy Out of this World

  1. Evan Evan says:

    The book Astronomy Out of This World is a book that describes the parts of the solar system in outer space It mentions a lot about the solar system and how each part of it works It even describes what will happen to it in the future This book was a really good book because I learned a lot about the solar system and the history about it I also learned about the parts that make up the solar system too This is why it was a great book So I would give this book 5 stars and would recommend it to all my friends because it is a cool book with interesting facts in it So this book was definitely a great book

  2. Fredrick Danysh Fredrick Danysh says:

    A children's book covering various aspects of astronomy It is easy to read and has colorful artwork There is a short glossary at the end A good introduction for beginning readers and elementary students

  3. Darinda Darinda says:

    A children's book on astronomy Simple to read and easy to understand A good choice for space loving kids

  4. Marnie Bimm Marnie Bimm says:

    Genres for this class fulfilled by this book Non fictionCopyright Date 2009Estimate of age level of interest 5th 8thEstimate of reading level 87Brief descriptionA nonfiction book about astronomy It starts out with the sun and ends with timespace Each page has a description in the first person from that planet or space term explaining who and what they areIdentify at least 2 characteristics of this genre and subgenre and discuss how they appear in your book Organization is a key characteristic of nonfiction and Astronomy does this well It starts out with the sun and ends with time and space Each page deals with one topic and includes a cartoon image of that object The different parts are split into chapters with 8 chapters total The chapters have been color coded for uick access and there is a glossary of terms in the back These are just a few of the reference aids that have been usedIn what ways and how well does the book as a whole serve its intended audience? Astronomy uses first person narratives to make the language easier to understand for younger children The cartoon images are creative and fun and may kindle interest in the subject Awards if anyVoice of Youth Advocates VOYA starred 120109CitationsLibrary Media Connection 110109School Library Journal 080109Wilson's Children 100110Wilson's Junior High School 100110

  5. Arianna Arianna says:

    Might be 10 years out of date; but I don’t think the bulk of the info has changed much I enjoy reading these books I know it’s the right level for me when I still have trouble understanding everything 😆

  6. Karen Karen says:

    A very interesting book I learned a lot It also had me asking uestions and looking up information

  7. Ella K Ella K says:

    Love these books Very informative Very fun Love to read them

  8. Jimna Carbone Jimna Carbone says:

    Astronomy Out of This World by Dan Green New York 2009Setting The Universe is the setting of this book The Universe is very broad and it introduces everything that it holds Theme Astronomy Universe and solar systemGolden uote “When you gaze at the night sky you are looking at the best story ever told”PlotSummary This informative book describes in great deal the Universe and everything that it controls With vivid detail the book formulates different areas which exist in the universe The first section begins by explaining about the “Inner Circle” These clusters of characters are considered to orbit the closest to the solar systems heat engine It explains in detail Mercury Venus Earth Meteorite Space Junk International Space Station the Moon Mars Mars Rover and Asteroid Belt There is a fun fact included in every page about the characters it describes The next section describes the “Gas Giant Gang” In this cluster Jupiter Jupiter’s Moons Saturn Cassi Huygesn Titan Uranus and Neptune are distinguished The key points of these characters are illustrated for the reader to comprehend the information Next are the “Distant Outriders” This section analyzes Pluto Eris New Horizons Voyagers Kuiper Belt Oart Cloud and Halley’s Comet These outriders are usually excluded from the main planets Rising Stars are considered to be very dangerous Constellation Star Birth Nebula Open Clusters Brown Dwarf Red Dwarf Alpha Centauri Extrasolar Planet and Supergiant are considered to be the Rising Stars There are sections like All Star Crew Local Group Deep Space Gang and the Universals which are explained in the book which teaches children to learn about the Universe and all its wonderful creations StrengthsWeakness The art in the book is very fun and creative; it helps readers connect the words that are introduced through a visual manner The vocabulary introduced may be advance but it is combined with other words in order for it to be understood The color brings encouragement to readers because it portrays learning as a fun experiencePersonal Critic This is a great instructional book which allows kids to explore a fun and creative manner of studying the universe The vocabulary is challenging but is properly explained Astronomy can be very confusing but this book does a tremendous task of explain it in an enjoyable approachTarget Audience 6th to 8th grade

  9. Franklin Franklin says:

    The book Astronomy by Dan Green is an interesting book that talks about scientific discoveries the have been made about much in space He describes the planets and its atmosphere plus it describes the atmosphere on planets such as Jupiter and Pluto but he describes them in a first person account Another part of this book is that this book describes particles such as the Milky Way and the Black Hole This book brings out the interest in others by describing space and its many wonders HE divides the book into groups to classify each particle from Space He also adds interesting cartoon pictures of the planets to intrigue the reader and he provides a description of the chapters Another interesting feature the book provides is the size of the planets how many earth days are in a year how long it takes for a planet to spin its temperature it gravity compared to earth and the amount of satellites it has By adding this information he allows the reader to have the ability to understand what it is like to be on the planet and what its landscape is like This book is the best book to use if you are looking for a book that will tell you all about space and its many wonders Space is a fascinating place and with this book you are able to understand how it is like being on that specific place and it provides a description of what its weather is like By providing this information we are able to see that space is a place that is full of wonder Im addition to that he also describes galaxies such as the Milky Way and the Black Hole; Hanging in space like a gigantic pin wheel I am The Galaxy the only one that truly matter I'm the place that your Sun an dbillions od other stars call homeIf you are the type of person who would want to read this book than I advise you to go to the second floor library and check out this book Read about the many wonders in space and maybe you will learn something new about space

  10. Yashaswi Yashaswi says:

    AstronomyOut of this world by Dan Green is a very intriguing nonfiction book that is unlike any other nonfiction book This book gives us an insight as to how everything in the outer world works and gives us a visual of outer space It is unlike other nonfiction books because it doesn't spit out concrete facts but also gives a visual representation of how the outer space is I really favored the organization of the book One enthralling factor of the book is that it is written in the first point of view This gives readers a sense that they too are experiencing what happens in each place as they flip through the pages In addition to that there are also little tidbits on the pages that are both humorous and captivating At the same time they provide information as to the current topic that it is talking about There were a numerous amount of topics that were talked about and mentioned in the book although there wasn't a lot of factual information about the book But that is a good thing because the readers have a good idea as to how the universe works In addition to that the pictures and visuals that were provided gave us of an insight as to how our universe is and the roles of each specific element in the universe Because of my interests in studying astronomy I really enjoyed the book because it had taught me the essentials as well as cool facts about our universe Overall what I learned is that our universe is very vast and that each of the planets galaxies stars comets space probes and most importantly are sun contribute a lot to how our world works even though some of them might be controversial I rate this book 45 stars because it has taught me a lot about our universe It is also a uniue book and stands to among the other books because of its idiosyncratic presentation Presenting us with these facts had helped me learn about our universe in a fun way instead of just studying facts

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