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Our Solar System (Sun, Moons & Planets) : Second Grade Science Series: 2nd Grade Books (Children's Astronomy & Space Books) by [Professor, Baby]
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Product Description

Yes, science can be made fun and easy! This book features the solar system in all its glory. You can see pictures of the planets and the galaxy in full color. The layout is definitely going to amaze and delight a child. As a result, learning becomes highly entertaining. Grab a copy today!

About the Author

At Speedy Publishing, we envision our company and publishing arm as being a premier publisher of quick-reference materials, useful reference books, fiction books in all sub-genres and creative non-fiction to both entertain and assist readers worldwide in reading a fun and exciting books and also accomplishing their educational and professional goals. We continually update our products, ensuring accuracy of information, making sure they are fun and entertaining. Our products are always available in whatever format our readers need.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4258 KB
  • Print Length: 32 pages
  • Publisher: Baby Professor (Dec 20 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01A2YJCAW
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #715,813 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9d7a609c) out of 5 stars 140 reviews
HASH(0x9d1dee34) out of 5 stars This book is a great place to start exploring our solar system! Jan. 27 2016
By Duck MD - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Our solar system (sun, moons and planets): second grade science series. Warning this book contains spoilers. This book starts off with an explanation as to exactly what is included in our solar system. We start off learning about the sun, and then we move outward and discover other planets in their order of closeness to the sun. Mercury the next planet is also the smallest planet. Venus is next in line. After Venus comes earth. Earth is the only planet that we know of that has life. Earth is where we live. Now we learn about Mars the red planet. After Mars is Jupiter the largest planet in the solar system. Next we see Saturn and its famous giant rings. Then we learn about Uranus; the first planet discovered by using a telescope. Finally we learn about the last planed in out solar system Neptune. Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun. Next this book goes into showing pictures of the moons of different planets. The first moon pictured is the Earth’s moon. I am glad that this book shows and gives the names of some of our other planet’s moons. It helps to give second graders an idea of just how vast our solar system is. I think that this book does a great job of presenting information using language that most second graders will be able to understand. I would be surprised if a second grader was able to read this book themselves, but it has great pictures and facts. I know I will be reading it to my kids a few times at least. This book is a great place to start exploring our solar system. If my review helped you in any way can you please click the like button! I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review. However at the time of this review the kindle version is free to everyone.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d88a3a8) out of 5 stars > >> >>> A Quick Trip Around the Solar System with Beautiful Photos of Planets and Moons Jan. 21 2016
By Justin Time - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Being a former Amateur Astronomer for many years, I was curious to see what this eBook had to offer the younger readers.

This is a fun and a very quick read through for anyone. If you ever wanted to give your child a first glimpse of what the main bodies
of our Solar system look like, then the stunning photos in this eBook will surely trigger their curiosity and imagination.

To me the strongest suit of this eBook is the photos. They are amazing and the kind you would want to have in a large poster
on your walls. Although they make good illustrations of the Planets, I wish they were not just an Artist's impression, but the actual
photos of the Planets which are obviously already available thanks to powerful Telescopes and Space Travel missions.
It would have been nice to also have photos of Comets and Asteroids, and have the Asteroid belt mentioned as well. Maybe we'll see
those added in due time(?)

The information next to the photos adds a little more depth covering basic info about those beautiful Heavenly bodies, but I wish they
added more detailed information like how big or small they are in relation to Earth, how long it takes them to complete one orbit
around the Sun, how much closer or farther they are from the Sun as compared to Earth, and how HUGE the Sun really is when
compared to the planets (e.g, If the Sun was the size of a Basketball, the Earth would have been the size of a grain of sand. You can
easily put 2 of those side by side and your kids, or even yourself - would be stunned by how small the Earth is versus the Sun)

We have so many duties and responsibilities as parents and education is unquestionably one of the top ones including about Space
and this book can be a quick primer about the beauty of our closest Space neighborhood that we call the Solar System.

I should disclose that when I came across this eBook and had the opportunity to review it for free for my unbiased opinion, I gladly
accepted the offer, however, the eBook is free at the time of this review to anyone.

It's true that one can Google Planets and the Solar System and find many photos, but being all put together for you in a nice
eBook format accompanied by basic description of the essence of each Planet and Moon does make sense as it helps your child
focus on one subject at a time and read through the whole eBook which is only a few dozen pages long.

I think that adding a 'map' of the Solar system at the beginning of the book, with indicators of where each Planet is are could help add
a better perspective for the inquisitive young mind. Also, being an eBook it would have been easy to add clickable links that the reader
can follow to read or watch videos for more depth on each of the celestial objects if they wish to.
Regardless, the eBook is a visually beautiful starting point for a journey of discovery of Space and the Solar System that is worth
sharing with your kids or even take a quick look at yourself.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa45ced20) out of 5 stars Visually engaging and filled with cool info! Feb. 28 2016
By KimCon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
My seven year old son and I have thoroughly enjoyed the book titled "Our Solar System; Sun, Moons, and Planets." As a former teacher of second grade, I was very interested to see how this book was laid out and what the format was. In addition, I was very curious about the readability of the book.

Upon exploring the book, we found the book to be very visually appealing. The pages were filled with interesting pictures, words which are not to small in size, and graphics which filled the page. My son loved it and it definitely held his attention. I specifically liked the way the size of planets was explained....very user friendly. My son liked the colors and the way the pictures were laid out. He is in second grade, and he was able to read this book to me tonight. He was very happy and proud! The readability of this book is "right on."

This book would be great for homeschoolers or for second grade classrooms.....the way it brings scientific content to the reader in an engaging manner is just what one wants in content material. high interest stuff is where it's at! This book appears to be part of a series, so I believe we will order some of the other ones....my son liked learning the science in a fun and engaging way. He was also very proud of being able to read the book, and he seemed enthralled by some of the pictures.

This book was only available for the kindle, so that is the version I purchased. I would love a hard copy of the book for our home, and I bet my son would like to bring it into his classroom to show his cohorts. If you are looking for a book about the solar system which holds a child's interest and brings this aspect of physical science to life, this book is for you. It was user friendly, visually engaging, and filled with interesting info. Although there was a lot of information in the book, this was not a flat or boring read. To the contrary, in fact! This book made learning real info fun for my son! Although I could have received a discount, as I had planned to review this book, I did not receive the discount, because I was tardy in utilizing my promo code. I still wanted the book, so I did purchase it at the 99 cent kindle book price.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d664ee8) out of 5 stars I learned something from this book! Jan. 29 2016
By TigerFL - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
Our solar system (sun, moons and planets): second grade science series. Warning this book contains spoilers. This book starts off with an explanation as to exactly what is included in our solar system. We start off learning about the sun, and then we move outward and discover other planets in their order of closeness to the sun. Mercury the next planet is also the smallest planet. Venus is next in line. After Venus comes earth. Earth is the only planet that we know of that has life. Earth is where we live. Now we learn about Mars the red planet. After Mars is Jupiter the largest planet in the solar system. Next we see Saturn and its famous giant rings. Then we learn about Uranus; the first planet discovered by using a telescope. Finally we learn about the last planed in out solar system Neptune. Neptune is the farthest planet from the sun. Next this book goes into showing pictures of the moons of different planets. The first moon pictured is the Earth’s moon. I am glad that this book shows and gives the names of some of our other planet’s moons. It helps to give second graders an idea of just how vast our solar system is. I think that this book does a great job of presenting information using language that most second graders will be able to understand. I would be surprised if a second grader was able to read this book themselves, but it has great pictures and facts. I know I will be reading it to my kids a few times at least. This book is a great place to start exploring our solar system. I received this product at a discount in exchange for my honest review. However at the time of this review the kindle version is free to everyone.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9dacb060) out of 5 stars awesome book! Jan. 24 2016
By An Amazon User - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase
This book has more pictures than words, and I would classify this as a picture book. The book is currently offered via Kindle for free. This product was provided at a discounted price in exchange for my honest review. This is a short book, with adequate attention span for the age it is intended for.
This book is great, and has good information in it. It talks about some of the moons that orbit other planets in our solar system, and has nice photos to accompany them. The vocabulary used is a great opportunity to increase vocabulary knowledge. The facts that are provided are interesting, and complement the pictures well.
All in all, this was a great book, and will be read over and over again.

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