Gravity keeps people grounded and prevents them from floating away into space! Young readers will learn how and why gravity works and discover how to measure it on Earth. Blastoff! Series
Aerospace engineers work with different kinds of aircraft, from gliders to space shuttles. This book introduces readers to this profession. Readers learn how engineers use the principles of flight to design and innovate airplanes, rockets, and more. Clearly written text outlines the steps in the engineering design process and guides readers through the steps to create their own flying machines.
Stunning images and simple text take young readers on an incredible journey to the moonEarths closest neighbor in space. Readers learn about the moons phases, features, and other amazing facts.
This exciting title takes kids on a journey to the planets in our solar system. Spectacular photographs reveal the unique characteristics of each planet and the order of the planets in our solar system.
Reach for the stars! This engaging book tells kids about the different kinds of stars, what stars are made of, and basic facts about constellations.
This exciting book teaches young readers about the sunEarths nearest star. Astounding photographs and simple text help kids understand the suns features and role in our solar system.
People once believed that Earth was the center of the solar system. Scientists finally learned that Earth is one of at least eight planets in our solar system and that they all travel around the sun. Astronomers now know that our solar system is almost 5 billion years old and is part of at least 100 billion galaxies in the universe. Earth is the only planet known to have life and water. Scientists continue to discover new planet-like objects, called dwarf planets, all the time!