One Small Square, The Night Sky by Donald M. Silver
  

One Small Square, The Night Sky

Written by Donald M. Silver
Illustrated by

RRP £8.99

Synopsis

One Small Square, The Night Sky by Donald M. Silver

By focusing on one small square of night sky near Orion, this entry in a highly lauded series gives children aged 6 to 9 an exciting close-up on amazing facts about stars, planets, nebulae, comets, meteors, the moon, constellations, and classic myths. Suitable for stargazing anywhereNeven the cityNThe Night Sky will add to kids' wonder as it teaches them about the marvels of the heavens through superb illustrations and a proven approach that entices their interest and involvement.

About the Author

onald M. Silver is the author of more than 40 science books for children and teachers alike. In addition to the award-winning One Small Square series, he has written The Animal World, Why Save the Rain Forest?, Extinction Is Forever, and The Dinosaur Activity BookNall illustrated by Patricia J. Wynne. Patricia J. WynneOs illustrations have also appeared in Scientific American, Natural History, and The New York Times as well as in the highly praised books Hungry, Hungry Sharks, and The Human Body. Both the author and illustrator live in New York City.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Donald M. Silver
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Publisher

McGraw-Hill Professional an imprint of McGraw-Hill Education - Europe

Publication date

22nd March 1998

ISBN

9780070580459


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