This book explains how the Sun is very important to life on Earth, as it provides energy for most food chains, plays a role in the air and water cycles, and is at the heart of several sources of electricity. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book explores humankind's journey into space, from the first telescopes to the International Space Station. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book explains what scientists have discovered about the Moon. Reading Essentials in Science.
This book is an overview of the solar system, which consists of the Sun, the nine planets and their moons, comets, asteroids, and meteoroids. Reading Essentials in Science.
Here is the "autobiography" of the universe - the early history of the universe narrated by the universe itself. Beginning with the big bang and ending with the formation of Earth, this first volume of a trilogy is a thrilling story of chaos and creativity. Particles become galaxies. Mother stars explode in supernovas, creating elements, the building blocks of life. Morgan studied at Princeton and has a degree in theology from the University of San Francisco.
This book explains how the earth looks from space, how it travels through space, and why we have seasons. Reading Essentials in Science.
A young scientist’s guide to stellar galaxies, including how they interact with other elements in the universe and emphasizing how questions and observations can lead to discovery. This new series for ages six and up invites young explorers on an adventure Across the Universe to discover the wonders of the cosmos and how they relate to life on Earth. Simple text set within a technology-themed design encourages curious minds to make observations and comparisons, while a hands-on activity in each book provides further exploration of a scientific concept presented.