Moon by Steve Tomecek
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A cartoon cat and bug explain scientific history and concepts regarding the Earth's moon: its ever-changing appearance, composition, comparisons to Earth and the sun, Galileo's observations and discoveries in 1609, astronauts, orbits, and other topics. Busy, colorful borders are full of decorative details based on the main pictures. A concluding craft project gives instructions on how to make craters.

About Steve Tomecek

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Steve Tomecek is the Executive Director and founder of Science Plus, Inc. He is the author of numerous Jump Into Science® books as well as several other titles, including the winner of the 1996 American Institute of Physics Excellence in Science Writing Award. He lives in Bellerose, New York.
Published April 1, 2005 by National Geographic Children's Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A great in-depth look at how the moon’s features formed and a starting place to understanding the changing shape of the moon.

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