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The World's Easiest Astronomy Book by Hitoshi Nakagawa
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Oct 14, 2009

it was amazing

“The World’s Easiest Astronomy Book”, is your one stop book for all you need to know about the universe as well as the world you live. Broken down in kid friendly language “The World’s Easiest Astronomy Book”, is one book that both parents and teachers should have on hand. Chocked full of interesting lessons with titles such as “How Far Is Space”, “Do Aliens Really Exist”, “Can You Hear Sound In Space”, “Meteorite”, “Is There Wind In Space”, and many more exciting topics. Hitoshi Nakagawa has also included the question that teachers and parents hear most often “Why Is Sky Blue”. So much information has been provided in this little book that it would be the perfect book for teachers to plan lessons out of.

“The World’s Easiest Astronomy Book”, is a true gem of knowledge that children of all ages will enjoy. Equipped with easy to understand terms and adorable diagrams drawn in crayon. When children open this book it’s as though they have taken a journey into space.

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