2 edition of Drystalks of the moon found in the catalog.
Drystalks of the moon
|Statement||by Diana Glancy.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 82/0202|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. ; 23 cm.|
|Number of Pages||100|
|LC Control Number||82100654|
This is an artist-led picture book, which introduces young children to the vastness of the universe, how far away the moon is, what gravity is and the concept of space travel through a gentle and captivating story about an imaginative little girl/5(). The West Pole (Minnesota Center for Book Arts, ). Claiming Breath (University of Nebraska Press, ). Trigger Dance (Fiction Collective Two, ). One Age in a Dream (Milkweed Editions, ). The Man Who Owns a Buffalo Trap (Central States University, ). The Woolslayer (Hadassah Press, ). Drystalks of the Moon (Hadassah Press.
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The book has a excellent discussion on the naming of all features of the Moon and the fight between naming various features by the USSR and the International Astronomy Union. An atlas of the Moon highlighting the naming conventions and the names that were eventually settled upon in the 's would have helped/5(11).
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This primary book for young children introduces the moon with full-color illustrations and basic information. In beautiful, spacious layouts, children learn about lunar phases, eclipses, lunar exploration, and the moon's effect on the earth. Author Gail Gibbon's vibrant illustrations help readers visualize the movement of the moon in relation.
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Steven Erikson is an archaeologist and anthropologist and a graduate of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. His previous novels in the Malazan Book of the Fallen series--Gardens of the Moon, Deadhouse Gates, Memories of Ice, House of Chains, Midnight Tides, The Bonehunters, and Reaper's Gale--have met with widespread international acclaim and established him as a major voice in the world of fantasy.
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However, for those who have currently look at this publication. The Moon by Robert Louis Stevenson is a poem about the Moon and the affects it has on life forms. The illustrator did a great job with this poem. Originally, the book was just a poem, then it was turned into a story with pictures.
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The novel moves at a great pace that leaves room for both poetic reflection and rapid-fire exchanges that will leave readers chuckling/5(). “Children are still fascinated by the moon and want to know what it would be like to visit it.
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Drystalks of the Moon, Hadassah Press () Traveling On, MyrtleWood Press () Minnesota Center For Book Arts () The Only Piece of Furniture in the House. On the Moon is an excellent book for introducing young children to many of the difficult concepts related to the Moon and space travel. It is essentially an information book told in a very clear and simple way specifically for young children/5.
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