Up in Space: Sun and Moon (QED Reader) by Rosalind Mist


Up in Space: Sun and Moon (QED Reader) by Rosalind Mist

Why is the sun so hot? What exactly is a solar eclipse? How are craters formed? And why does the moon seem to change shape? Find out the answers to these questions and many more in this fascinating book on the Sun and Moon, part of the Up in Space series from QED. Through straightforward sentence structure and enlightening images, readers with a wide range of reading ability can enjoy these titles. This Level 2 series has less repetition and there is more text than Level 1, making them slightly more challenging. However, the varied, simple sentence structure results in a rewarding reading experience. These exciting titles will help to build the confidence of young readers whilst they enjoy learning about the solar system and all the planets and stars that are out there!

About the Author

ROSALIND MIST began her career as a rocket scientist before progressing to writing science realted children books. When not writing or working for a scientific society, she can be found encouraging her bees to make honey. She lives in Surrey with her husband and a small flock of bantam chickens.

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24 pages
Interest Age: From 4


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Publication date

1st September 2013



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