A young girl takes a trip from her bedroom into the sky, past the moon, and through the universe, learning that she is made of stars.
This book provides astronomical data on the constellations and relates myths and legends associated with each one.
This story discusses the stories which people from the ancient world told to explain their understanding of what they could see in the sky.
Are the stars out tonight?
If they are, chances are you’ll be able to spot the Big Dipper. The Big Dipper is one of the easiest constellations to recognize and this Let’s-Read-and-Find-Out Science book will help young stargazers find it, and it’s companion, the Little Dipper. And once you’ve begun to learn about the constellations, well, the sky’s the limit!
Tenacious Suzy Goose aims to top her Christmas tree with a star from the sky — with unexpectedly wondrous results — in this vibrant, whimsical tale. It’s Christmas Eve, and Suzy Goose and her friends are admiring their beautifully decorated tree. It’s perfect except for one thing: a star for the top. But Suzy sees just the right one, high in the sky, and no one can stop her from trying every possible way to get it.
Young people describe the different kinds of homes they live in around the world and how they see the stars. Eight children–from the Philippines, Ghana, Japan, the American Southwest, Brazil, Alaska, Mongolia, and Nepal–share stories of the stars that they can see from their homelands.