The Night Sky


Kids Book of the Night Sky
by Ann Love ISBN: 9781553371281

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In this book in the Family Fun series, boys and girls will discover all the secrets the night sky holds. They can play games like "Night Sky I Spy," keep an astronomer's log and read about night sky myths. Star maps are included for each season so kids will know what to look for, when and where. Then, as the sun goes down and the sky goes dark, they'll be ready for the night sky's all-star show.





Our Stars
by Anne F Rockwell ISBN: 9780152018689

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A simple introduction to the stars, planets, and outer space.

Every night many twinkling stars appear in the wide sky. From the earth below, we can see the glowing moon, and sometimes even a bright meteor shooting through space.

With gentle text and luminous watercolors, Anne Rockwell brings the distant heavens a little closer.




by Mary Lyn Ray ISBN: 9781442422490

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A star is how you know it's almost night. As soon as you see one, there's another, and another. And the dark that comes doesn't feel so dark.

What if you could have a star?

From acclaimed author Mary Lyn Ray and two-time Caldecott Honor winner Marla Frazee comes this tender, evocative--and profound--exploration of stars both near and far.



by Robin Birch ISBN: 9780791079331

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An introduction to stars and constellations of the Milky Way, as well as galaxies, star clusters, and other phenomena that can be observed with the help of binoculars, telescopes, or observatories.






Once Upon a Starry Night: A Book of Constellations
by Jacqueline Mitton ISBN: 9780792263326

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Take an illuminating ride through the starry night sky and learn how the heavens pay tribute to the gods of Greek and Roman mythology.

"Once Upon a Starry Night" explains the ten ancient figures whose legends are written large across the universe. Every page shines with Christina Balit's vibrant art, studded with shiny stars, and provides the perfect backdrop to Jacqueline Mitton's poetic text.