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Astrophysics for young people in a hurry —Tyson, Neil deGrasse, author.

America's most celebrated astrophysicist invites young readers to explore the mysteries of the universe.

Space encyclopedia : a tour of our solar system and beyond —Aguilar, David A.

The updated and expanded edition of the hit Space Encyclopedia presents the most up-to-date findings on space exploration and research and breathtaking views of the universe, as captured by the latest and greatest techno...

Space —Denne, Ben.

Readers are taken on a journey through our universe where they will see black holes forming, stars exploding, shooting comets and colliding galaxies, and more! By accessing the recommended Web sites on every double page,...

Born with a bang, book one : the universe tells our cosmic story —Morgan, Jennifer, 1955-

Presents a history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the formation of Earth, in the form of a letter written by the thirteen-billion-year-old universe itself to an Earth child.

It started with a big bang : the origin of Earth, you and everything else —Bal, Floor, author.

"This humorous informational picture book about the history of the universe answers some of the biggest questions humans have ever asked - like how the universe began and where we came from. Young readers will learn all ...

Astrophysics for babies —Ferrie, Chris, author.

Astrophysics for Babies is a colorfully simple introduction to the study of stars and our connection to them. It's never too early to become a scientist!

Universe —Kerrod, Robin.

An introduction to the stars, planets, moon, and the universe in general, including man's exploration of the universe.

Planet Earth —McDonald, Jill (Jill McDonald-Gomez), author, illustrator.

The latest in the hit Hello, World! board book series teaches toddlers all about our amazing planet Earth--with easy-to-understand facts about countries, continents, oceans, landforms, habitats, and Earth's place in the ...

It can't be true.

"The book of incredible visual comparisons"--Cover.

The night sky —Silver, Donald M., 1947-

Magical - that's the word for the night sky, with its shining stars, glittering planets, and, sometimes the celestial moon. By focusing on one small square of night sky near Orion, The Night Sky makes star time even more...

First space encyclopedia —Bingham, Caroline, 1962- author.

Introduces the universe, visiting all the planets of the solar system and their moons, as well as the sun and other stars, black holes, asteroids, comets, and other galaxies.

One day a dot —Lendler, Ian, author.

"Starting with one tiny dot and continuing through the Big Bang to the rise of human societies, the story of our universe is told in simple and vivid terms. But the biggest question of all cannot be answered: Where did t...

Space —Powell, Sarah (Writer of children's books)

Take an interstellar journey of discovery into the universe with amazing facts and photographs in this introductory book on space.

Older than the stars —Fox, Karen C.

A picture book that describes how the elements that formed the universe also form people.

Universe : journey into deep space —Goldsmith, Mike, 1962-

Visits neighboring planets and moons then ventures out to distant worlds and stars.

Astronomy —Green, Dan, 1975 June 20-

Introduction to the types and behaviour of cosmic bodies and celestial phenomenon.

Mysteries of deep space —Goldstein, Margaret J., author.

"Could astronauts use wormholes to travel from galaxy to galaxy? Young readers can learn what scientists understand about the shape of space and other deep space mysteries." -- Provided by publisher.

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