A child astronaut takes an imaginary trip to Venus, learns about the extremely hot and harsh conditions on the planet, and decides that Earth is a good home after all. Includes solar system diagram, Venus vs. Earth fact chart, and glossary.
Introduces the moon, planets, and other objects in space, while teaching the concept of counting to ten.
En el libro se explica cómo son las estrellas. Habla de la Vía Láctea y las estrellas que la conforman.
Explore our solar system. Find out about all the planets and their position in relation to the Sun.
Hop in! This title will take you where you want to go. Early readers will gather basic information about spaceships through simple, easy-to-read text. And they will love the colorful full-bleed photographs, bolded glossary terms, and More Facts section. Translated by native Spanish speakers. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards.
El cielo está repleto de estrellas, todas brillantes y bellas. Si de estrellas quieres saber, este cuento te gustará leer.
This extraordinary book shows in a simple way how the Sun's light and warmth affect Earth. Children will be amazed to learn that the Sun is actually a star, and that its position and distance from the Earth cause day and night as well as changing weather and the seasons.
Learn where our home planet fits into the solar system, what it is made of, and why it is the only place we can live.
Learn all about Jupiter, our solar system's largest planet, and its many moons.
Discover what it's like on the surface of the red planet and find out how space missions have helped scientists learn more about it.
Find out about the closest planet to the Sun and learn why its years are so short.
Travel to the far reaches of our solar system and learn about this distant, gaseous world.
Learn all about the distant planet Uranus and its many moons and rings.
Venus is the closest planet to Earth, and it is also very similar in size. Learn all about "Earth's twin".
Discover the beautiful ringed planet Saturn and its dozens of moons.
What should I eat in space today? Something that won't float away! Food that sticks onto a spoon Is best when dining on the moon. Learn all about the pioneering dog-stronauts and how technology created for space affects our life on earth. Each section tops off with activities and kick-starting questions that expand a child's understanding of the subject matter and how it applies to the wider world and his or her daily life. Make it personal, make it fun, and science will captivate young readers
All the stats and facts you need to know about the Sun - the only star in our solar system. Find out what it is made of and why we need it to survive.
Learn about the basic patterns of the sun and moon, and what causes day and night.
Find out what planet Earth is made of, where it is in our solar system, and why it is the only planet we know of that can sustain life.
Find out why Pluto was renamed a dwarf planet, where it is in the solar system and some of what we know from the New Horizons Mission.
Henry is under the quilt, on the bed, in the bedroom, in the house, and so on up to his place in the wide universe.
Temperaturas bajo cero, el calor abrasador y las tormentas más grandes que el planeta Tierra son sólo algunas de las condiciones meteorológicas salvaje que se encontrará en su viaje a través del sistema solar! Las cosas divertidas, junto con su pronóstico para cada planeta mayor, así como una luna (Titán) y un planeta enano (Plutón). ¡Prepárate para algunos fuera de este mundo con la diversión Pronóstico del Sistema Solar!
Below-freezing temperatures, scorching heat, and storms bigger than the planet Earth are just some of the wild weather you will encounter on your trip through the solar system! Get your fun facts along with your forecast for each major planet, as well as a moon (Titan) and a dwarf planet (Pluto). Get ready for some out of this world fun with Solar System Forecast!
Viaja por el Sistema Solar para atestiguar el primer concurso de planeta favorito, presentado nada más y nada menos que por el antiguo noveno planeta, ahora conocido como Plutón, el planeta enano. Los lectores serán los jueces ya que el sol no puede seleccionar a un favorito y los meteoros se van a dejar una estela. ¿Cuál será el planeta ganador afortunado? ¿Podría ser el mensajero rápido Mercurio; o “luz en sus pies”, Saturno; o el caliente-humeante, Venus? Los lectores aprenderán todo acerca de cada planeta cuando Plutón les anuncie los hechos en formas cortas, irónicas. Los niños pasarán horas buscando el arte en todas las referencias de los científicos famosos y de la gente de la historia; de la tecnología espacial, de las constelaciones, del arte, y de la literatura clásica
Soar into the Solar System to witness the first Favorite Planet Competition, emceed by none other than the former-ninth planet, now known as dwarf planet Pluto. The readers become the judges after the sun can't pick a favorite and the meteors leave for a shower. Who will the lucky winning planet be? Could it be speedy-messenger Mercury, light-on-his-feet Saturn, or smoking-hot Venus? Readers learn all about each planet as Pluto announces them with short, tongue-in-cheek facts. Children will spend hours searching the art for all the references to famous scientists and people of history, space technology, constellations, art, and classic literature.