Exploring the Sun

2018, Book , 24 pages :
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Summary/Review: The sun is the closest star to Earth. Not only does it give us warmth and light, its light becomes food for plants, helping them grow. Readers discove more...
Summary/Review: The sun is the closest star to Earth. Not only does it give us warmth and light, its light becomes food for plants, helping them grow. Readers discover this and other fun facts about the center of our solar system through accessible text. What does the sun look like up close? Readers find out with the help of diagrams and full-color photographs in this engaging volume, which enhances current science curriculum requirements. Detailed Table of Contents, Diagrams, Full-Color Photographs, Further Information Section, Glossary, Index, Websites.
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