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Bright Star, Night Star

December 14, 2017  
 
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Bright Star, Night Star

Book information

Full Title
Bright Star, Night Star: An Astronomy Story
Most Recent Publication Date
Format
Hardcover
Rated for Readers
Rated G (all ages)
Other Contributors
Luis F. Sanz, illustrator
ISBN
9780985398880
Bright Star, Night Star

Book Description

UP Authors cover design award. A STEM picture book that accompanies an American Indian child in finding constellations, stars, and other heavenly bodies (ages 4 - 9). Expose your child to the starry skies, Monument Valley, and a little space science. 99 cents. Comes with online astronomy GLOSSARY, 30 illustrations (hard, soft cover, ebook), PremioBooks.com, Walmart .com, iBooks, Kobo, EBSCO, Nook, Smashwords, SCRIBD; ISBN: 9780985398880

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5.0
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Great for the kids

This book is great on a couple of levels. First of all it is written in rhyme. Small kid love rhyming books, at least mine do. The book is written about stars which is something that can be seen by everyone, so it makes it real for the kids, my kids tend to like stories that have an actual real subject to them. This book would make a great bedtime story for the kids, the stars come out at night, Right?

The book features a few tips, like how to find the North Star. The books does not actually feature certain stars and give a scientific history so to speak of it but instead it is more like a bunch of describing words about stars in general. Some of the words are quite large and would not be good for smaller children to try and read themselves, but as a parent I have no problem reading the book to them. It is a very short book but actually filled with a lot of stuff all related to stars.

The illustrations in this book are top notch. They are very colorful and quite busy. The kids loved looking at the pictures, and actually have my tablet right now looking at the book again.

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