Free eBook Galaxies download

by Seymour Simon

Free eBook Galaxies download ISBN: 0788192027
Author: Seymour Simon
Publisher: Diane Pub Co (March 1, 1988)
Language: English
Category: Books for Children
Subcategory: Science Nature and How It Works
Size MP3: 1402 mb
Size FLAC: 1734 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Identifies the nature, locations, movements, and different categories of galaxies, examining the Milky Way and other .

Identifies the nature, locations, movements, and different categories of galaxies, examining the Milky Way and other known examples. We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.

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Seymour Simon (born August 9, 1931) is an American writer of children's books; he is primarily a science writer. Simon was born in New York City. He graduated from the Bronx High School of Science and the City College of New York.

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User reviews
Risa
With all
the great photos available of the universe and it's galaxies, the pictures in this book terrible.
Iriar
Do not like the book. Took a gamble there would be some reference information I could use as an amateur astronomer...NOT. Its a kids book. Poor quality pictures. I have seen quality galaxy pictures and these were not it. Big type to take up space. Very basic descriptions. I already knew 95% what author wrote. Very disappointed. Will give book to my nephew as birthday present. That way his mom can show him the pictures and read the basic descriptions.At least someone will get enjoyment from it. No real substance to use as a reference book. Good for a 7 or 8 year old only. Even if your a new amateur astronomer you will want more meat and potatoes about Galaxies than this book offers.

Save your money on this one. You can find a better book on Galaxies for grownups. Book is good for young children or parents showing and reading to young children,
porosh
This book provides great pictures of galaxies & simple explainations for children. When I taught 3rd grade astronomy, I looked through all the books I could find on galaxies. I liked the stories and illustrations from My Place in Space by Robin Hirst My Place in Space and Galaxies, Galaxies by Gail GibbonsGalaxies, Galaxies!; however, this was the best book with actual photographs. I especially loved the picture that shows the Milky Way and has a tiny dot to show where our sun & solar system is located. Even after reading the story books to my children, it wasn't until I showed them that photograph, did the kids gasp as theyrealized how tiny were really are in this enormous cosmos.
Avarm
I gave this book 5 starss for its good look into galaxies, what they look like the different types. This book is good for childeren who are interested in space and want to learn more about galaxies. This book is definently for kids, or adults who know just about nothing of galaxies. It gives you a good look at all the different kinds of galaxies and the diffent forms they come in. I think that this book is great for all the people out there who have no idea what a galaxy is made of or how hey formed into what they are today. If you are really interested in learning things about space, I recomend the book stars. It tells you just about everything you need to know about stars and what they are made of. There are many other space books out there that will teach you just about everything you need to know. This book is good for just aobut everybody who is just start to learn.Over all this is a good book to have even if youre not interested in space, it still has great pictures to hang on the wall.