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Planets

4.38  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Planets is packed with fantastic facts and details, designed to make the solar system fun for young astronomers and anyone who gazes up at the night sky. It has 20 reusable stickers so you can create your own universe - again and again! Discover just how the solar system is made up.
Hardcover, 28 pages
Published November 5th 2001 by Simon & Schuster Childrens Books (first published November 1st 2001)
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Kim Valentine
PLANTS is a picture story book with fact about the planets. The book was written in 2002 and still list Pluto as a planet. So let students know that Pluto has been technically eliminated as a planet, but that it was known as one for many years. This would be a good 4-8 informational book. The book is made as a foldable starting with the sun then unfold each page to add the next planet in order with a couple of facts about the planet. The book is colorful and fun to read. The story is in rhyme an ...more
Lori
Nov 03, 2012 Lori rated it really liked it
This is a fun book that teaches children about planets and their order in the solar system. The lyrical story helps to teach about a major point about each planet. The pages build on each other until they reach the end of the system. Each page is cut just a little longer than the previous page so it only adds the planets before the current one. The end of the book contains more fun facts about each of the planets.
The only downfall is that the book was published when Pluto was still considered a
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Shaelyn
Dec 21, 2014 Shaelyn rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Okay this was my favorite book as a kid, it's what basically got me into astronomy. I love it and I still read it sometimes!
Sgivens
Sep 22, 2014 Sgivens rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A nicely illustrated book about the planets in our solar system. It even has facts about how many days are in a year and even about how many moons a planet has.
Liz B
Apr 19, 2011 Liz B rated it really liked it
This book is a neatly done repetitive text about the planets in our solar system. The back of the book has a fact sheet about space and planets.
Robert
Dec 11, 2008 Robert rated it it was amazing
Shelves: silly-books
I like this book because it hleps me learn abuot planets. this book is real fun to read.
DixieJo
Oct 31, 2009 DixieJo rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: picture
Rhyming, repetitive, pages that grow as the Solar System expands... great book.
Malcolm
Mar 23, 2009 Malcolm rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
my favorite planes are neptune pluto and satturn.
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