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How do we know Earth isn't flat? What are the benefits of space exploration, and is it good value? How and why do scientists study the Universe? This series answers questions like these, while tackling key curriculum topics relating to Earth, Space, and the Universe. The series encourages critical thinking to support the modern science curriculum and includes features on "space science in the home" and "what it means for us", showing the relevance of space science to our everyday lives.
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Neil Morris is an experienced writer on children's topics. He has been a contributor to dictionaries and encyclopedias. His recent work includes 'What Has Space Exploration Done for Us?', a guide to researching the Industrial Revolution, and a review of the impact of environmentalism on the landscape.Review:
Delivering compact but broad summations about the origin of the universe, solar system, and life on Earth (and elsewhere, at least in theory), these surveys are well suited for review or reinforcement reading. Life on Earth covers our planet's placement i --School Library Journal/Series Made
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Book Description Raintree, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: New. Shipped from the UK within 2 business days of order being placed. Seller Inventory # mon0000056996