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Scholastic Science Readers (Scholastic Science Readers: Level 2) Paperback – Oct 2002


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solar system 26 Feb 2008
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The Solar System
Gregory Vogt
Reviewed by Nicholas of Stockbridge Cental School third grade
*****
This book is about everything in the solar system and it has every interesting fact about every single planet and the stars. It is written in the order of the planets starting with the sun to Pluto. There are only nine planets in a row. They do not have UB313. It makes it easy to read when it is in order and then you find out what the order is from the sun.
It shows what the planets look like. There are actual pictures of the sun and all the planets. There are drawings of what the planets look like. There are charts filled with information. It has an index that tells you what page the planet you want to look at is on.
I learned that Saturn isn't the only planet with a ring. Uranus has a ring, too, and, Jupiter has an invisible ring! Jupiter has a big red storm on the side that's twice the size of Earth. I would recommend this book to people who like the Solar system and non-fiction.
Science Can Be Fun! 11 May 2012
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Format: Paperback
The title is Solar System. I don't know about you but I LOVE to learn about science especially the Solar System. Now this book review is for everyone.

The main idea is the Solar System. The author is Gregory Vogt. There are some neat facts in this book. Do you know what Venuses clouds are made of? Read this book to find out.
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