Star Seeker by Theresa Heine

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Ride into the night sky with this unique blend of adventure, science and mythology. Readers will uncover the mysteries of the solar system while riding on the bridle of Pegasus and swimming across Jupiter's seas.

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Published March 1, 2006 by Barefoot Books. 32 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Fiction

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Heine opens with a set of not-always-felicitous verses—“I’ll spin like a pinwheel / Through the Milky Way’s froth, / Take a ride on the Great Bear / And never fall off”—that bounce the narrator at random from Orion to Earth, then closes with two spreads on the stars and planets that offer such co...

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Most of Heine's (Elephant Dance ) text serves as a fantasy about space travel, but a multi-page afterword supplies facts about space, the solar system, planets and constellations.

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The bespectacled boy and his female friend, who wears a different multi-colored outfit in every scene, slowly make their way back to earth for some well-earned sleep, “From the bright Star of Evening / To Earth I will glide, / And drift through her gravity / Just for the ride.” The author, a te...

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