The Jupiter Stone by Owen Paul Lewis

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This striking picturebook chronicles the journey of a small striped stone-which bears an uncanny resemblance to the planet Jupiter-from its beginning in the heavens to its landing on primordial Earth to its return to space. Award-winning author/illustrator Paul Owen Lewis has created a simple yet never-ending story which will inspire more questions than it answers. First new book from author of STORM BOY in six years!Will inspire readers to gaze at the night sky and wonder.Abundant cross-curricular possibilities.

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PAUL OWEN LEWIS lives near Seattle, Washington, and is the author/illustrator of eight books. When not stargazing, he is visiting schools and conferences across North America.
Published August 1, 2003 by Tricycle Press. 32 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Children's Books, Science & Math.

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The following pages make another grand leap: A U.S. space shuttle takes off ("The stone was launched into orbit"), and a NASA astronaut uses the boy's slingshot to fling the stone into the void ("to tumble again in the vastness of space").

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