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Starry Skies: Questions, Facts, & Riddles about the Universe (Good Year Book) Hardcover – Oct 1997

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For the next great astrophysics in your family 21 Dec. 2012
By Rosebud - Published on
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A great book to whet the appetite of a youngster. Mine read this book again and again. Finding something else to discuss. Wanting more information. The book was a lot more than I expected. This author knows how childrens minds work, how to grab their interest and educate them while they are having a blast!
Thank you for an awesome time with my youngster. God bless you.
9 Year Old Son LOVES this..... 9 Oct. 2012
By kellycambp - Published on
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Perfect for my 9-year-old son that loves astronomy but usually hates reading. He is supposed to be asleep right now......but he's under his covers with a flashlight, reading this book.
Starry Skies is For Grown-Up Children Like Me 30 Mar. 2000
By Nathan Rosner - Published on
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I bought this for my five year old grandson. But I kept it formyself and just ordered another copy for Jacob. It's not like Sagan,but as clever and entertaining as if written by Schulz.
All science books should be like this. 21 Sept. 2000
By G. Kochanski - Published on
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Nifty cartoons and accurate astronomy. Fun to read for a 7 year old. What more can you ask for?
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