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Everything You Need to Know About the Universe: The big bang, the big crunch and everything in between

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The Earth is a fascinating place of unbelievable wonder — and it’s the only home we’ve ever known. But our planet is just a small part of our universe, which is home to many other planets and moons and billions of stars. There’s much to learn about our place in this enormous system — and this book will teach you everything you want to know!

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Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 10th 2012 by Thunder Bay Press (first published April 1st 2012)
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Mar 06, 2015 Lissa Smith Reads rated it 5 of 5 stars
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If you are a parent like me your kid’s educations aside from health is one of your top concerns. With the changes the schools are making to usher kids into the 21 century of education this is a must have desk reference to complete any home, public or private school library. Chris Cooper does an excellent job of keeping the reader engaged while educating at the same time. The vibrant colors and illustration are simple and easy to decipher.

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Aditi Narendran
I love it because it has almost all I want to know about the universe.
Long Nguyen
A superb summary of modern knowledge as far the universe is concerned. Though seasoned readers are unlikely to learn too many new things, there are still gems to be dug out here and there. I'd recommend this book wholeheartedly to anyone looking to brush up or get started with what astronomy has to offer us (as a science, and not that astrology babble).
GONZA
A great interesting book, well writtem and with just the right amount of informations and pictures. It was so easy I read a little with my son too!
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