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Far-Out Guide to Earth

Series: Far-Out Guide to the Solar System

By Mary Kay Carson

Earth is the only planet in our solar system that is suitable for life. It has liquid water, oxygen, and enough gravity to hold its own atmosphere. But did you know that Earth is always changing? Scientists have used spacecraft and satellites to learn more about our planet. They can better predict natural disasters like hurricanes, and monitor volcano eruptions and climate changes. Learn lots of far-out facts about our home planet.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3182-1$26.27$19.70
Multi-User eBook978-0-7660-5397-7$26.27$19.70

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Reviews

"Lively writing with specific facts systematically presented and plenty of dramatic space art and photography add up to a winning formula for these introductions to our planet and its solar neighborhood."

School Library Journal, December 2010

"These texts explore a range of topics about bodies in the solar system, covering both planetary science and the technology used to explore and gather data."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2011

"Sentence length is fairly short, making for easy reading. Most students will be able to read one of these books in a night or two."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2011

". . . offering a multitude of facts to report-writers, focusing on what astronomers know and the many perplexing questions still to be answered."

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