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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Delve into Space With Solar System for Kids by Hilary Statum

Disclosure / Disclaimer: I received this book from Callisto Publishing, free of charge, for review purposes on this blog. No compensation, monetary or in kind, has been received or implied for this post. Nor was I told how to post about it, all opinions are my own

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Take a guided tour of the galaxy—blast off with the Junior Scientists series
Space is limitless—just like your imagination! Get ready to take an amazing journey to the stars. Solar System for Kids is filled with fascinating facts, photographs, and illustrations that’ll excite your mind and charge your curiosity. Of all the solar system books for kids 6-8, this one teaches you about the birth of the universe and how scientists believe galaxies, stars, and planets came into being. Explore the Sun, planets, dwarf planets, moons, and the asteroid belt in one of the most engaging solar system books for kids.
This standout among solar system books for kids offers tips for spotting constellations, planets, comets, and more—from your backyard. From navigating the night sky to learning about objects billions of miles away, this book answers curious kids’ big questions about the universe. Strap in, Junior Scientist. 3, 2, 1... blast off!
This top choice among solar system books for kids includes:
  • Universally easy—Explore the whole universe with in-depth and easy-to-follow information in one of the most comprehensive solar system books for kids.
  • Deep space knowledge—From dark matter and black holes to eclipses and moon landings, this book explores every aspect curious kids want to know.
  • Bonus material—Discover even more fun information by using the extensive glossary, sidebars, and in-book activities.
If you’ve been searching for solar system books for kids, look no further—this one has you covered.

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This fun book is aimed at elementary kids, and I would put it for lower elementary. Older kids may find a tidbit or two, that they did not know,  but most of it would be review for them. If you were using it for a vacation bible school, that has a space theme, it would be good to come up with different facts and figures, that you may have forgotten, that kids may not know. Its illustration are colorful and catch kids' eyes, and this is a book that they'll go back to you again and again. It would be great or Summer learning as well.

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About the Author:

Hilary Statum is a kindergarten teacher with more than a decade of experience. She is the author of Pencils to Pigtails, a popular blog for parents and teachers, and holds a master’s degree in Instructional Leadership. Find Hilary on social media using the handle @pencilstopigtails. She lives in Manchester, Tennessee, with her husband and two daughters.

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