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My First Book about Space: A Question and Answer Book

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Answers such astronomical questions as "Why don't we fall off the earth?," "Can anybody go near the sun?," "Do stars shine forever?," and "Are there any space creatures?"
Unknown Binding, 24 pages
Published January 1st 1982 by Golden Press
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Laura Verret
In this ‘first book about space’ the material is presented in a question and answers format – questions are posed regarding the various planets and celestial bodies, then answered with accompanying enlightening illustrations.

The questions are fairly basic – “what is a star?” and “how far away is the moon?” kind of stuff – but the answers provided are solid. The questions don’t follow much of a pattern apart from having all the questions about the moon in one place and the Earth in another.

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