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Wishing on a Star (Gibbs Smith Jr. Activity) Paperback – 1 Mar 2001
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Contents About the Activities Introduction Ursa Major & Ursa Minor, The Big Bear & The Little Bear Leo Major, The Great Lion Orion, The Great Hunter Canis Major & Canis Minor, The Great Dog & The Little Dog Pegasus, The Winged Horse Coma Berenice, Berenice's Hair Cygnus, The Swan Stargazing in the City and in the Country Cool Books and Places
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Did you know that the patterns and shapes made by the stars in the sky tell stories? Wishing on a Star tells some of the exciting stories behind constellations like Pegasus, the Big Bear and Little Bear, Leo the Lion, and Orion the Hunter.
The stars come to life with creative and entertaining activities. You'll learn how to make a twinkling thaumatrope, fly a starry kite, and act in your own constellation play! Star maps and stargazing tips will help you find the constellations, and cool science facts will help you learn more about the stars.See all Product description
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Wishing upon a Star is my new favorite. I still use other books, but I grab this one first. I especially enjoy reading kids the stories behind the constellations.
I do wish the stories were slightly longer, a bit more complete, and the writing could be more attractive. But that is a quibble. I love this book, and have enjoyed using it with kids and families again and again.