Space: A Visual Encyclopedia

  • Title: Space: A Visual Encyclopedia
  • Author: Peter Bond
  • ISBN: 9780756662776
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Space A Visual Encyclopedia Space A Visual Encyclopedia builds on the enormous success of DK s best selling encyclopedias It is a comprehensive exploration of space from our nearest planets and stars to far off galaxies Featurin
    Space A Visual Encyclopedia builds on the enormous success of DK s best selling encyclopedias It is a comprehensive exploration of space from our nearest planets and stars to far off galaxies Featuring full bleed photographs, charts, stories, and interviews, this encyclopedia brings children face to face with the wonders of space like never before

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    1. Space: A visual encyclopedia. (2010). New York: Dorling Kindersley Limited.Citation by: Sarah TylerType of Reference: EncyclopediaCall Number: 520 S7321 2010Content/Scope: Featuring over 100 images from NASA, this visual encyclopedia takes users on a visually-stunning exploration of space, discussing a myriad of related topics, such as seeing light, the Hubble space telescope, galaxy formation, how rockets work, humans and animals in space, the solar system, earth, the moon, the sun, and stargaz [...]

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    2. Reviewed by: Ashley BrowningFormat: EncyclopediaItem Title (APA Style): DK. (2010). Space: A visual encyclopedia. New York: DK.Call number:QB46 .S693 2010Reviewed in:Albright, K. (2011). Book reviews. [Review of the book Space: A visual encyclopedia, by DK]. Library Media Connection, 29(6): 96 Retrieved June 17, 2012, from Academic Search Premier.Description: This book provides a basic introduction of a wide variety of topics about space.Relevance and Relationship— This book would be appropria [...]

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    3. Lacy CoxAPA Citation: Bond, P. (2010). Space: A visual encyclopedia New York, NY: DK Publishing. Reference: EncyclopediaCall Number: Ref 478 Relevance & Relationship: Integrated Freshmen Science covers earth and space science as well as an Astronomy class. The book is listed for $24.99, but can be found cheaper online. There are other reference books about space but this is the only visual encyclopedia. Purpose: The purpose of this book is to educate students with facts as well as visual rep [...]

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    4. Space: A visual encyclopedia. (2010). New York: Dorling Kindersley Limited.Citation by: Katheryn CampbellType of Reference: EncyclopediaCall Number: Ref 478Content/Scope: Offers never-before-published NASA photographs, charts, and stories from NASA astronauts and experts. There are 256 pages, and the encyclopedia recommends users grades 2-7.Accuracy/Authority/Bias: Published in 2010, the encyclopedia is accurate regarding the information it contains. The School Library Journal considers it to be [...]

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    5. I was using this book (borrowed from the library) as a supplement for our class on the Solar System and I liked it so much that I bought it so we can take our time and look through it as our leisure. The photographs and illustrations are beautiful and informative. I love the "factoid" format - it makes reading through it much easier for the boys.

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    6. I really liked this book. I decided to get it from the book fair because it looked interesting. It has a lot of good information and is filled with amazing pictures. I would recommend this to anybody who wants to learn more about space.

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