black holes For Kids Book

7 black holes books for kids 2020
I especially love to find books that not only captivate my children visually but teach us something about emotion,growing,custom and our history. Now, I’ve put together a good list of more than 7 books about black holes for kids.Hope you will like these books.
In Beyond the Solar System, author Mary Kay Carson traces the evolution of humankind’s astronomical knowledge, from the realization that we are not at the center of the universe to recent telescopic proof of planets orbiting stars outside our solar system. This book also contains all details about 2......[Read More]
Commander Toad, brave and bright, bright and brave! His ship the Star Warts is carrying him and his crew, Lieutenant Lily, Mr. Hop, Jack Skyjumper and Doc Peeper on exciting outer space missions. And they've run into a Big Black Hole with a big pink Thing coming out of i......[Read More]
A basic book about black holes. They are interesting to explore and difficult to understand. This book could lend more understanding and open up discussions to promote further learning.Grade: 2-7Topic: black holes, space, gravity, [Read More]
Newly independent readers can hone their reading skills while also learning interesting tidbits about the solar system. There are several illustrations and photographs that will keep readers intrigued by the wonders of space, including those constellations that can be se......[Read More]
I read this to my 6 year old daughter and she enjoyed it. The pictures were wonderful and it was easy enough for her to understand what the author was saying. Now every time she watches Cosmos and Tyson says black hole my daughter says "a black hole is not a hole." At le......[Read More]
Not bad but doesn’t tell you a lot...(In my sons words)Didn’t really interest me, perhaps not detailed enough. But did teach me something about gravity and black holes. [Read More]
Science concepts told with the pacing of the classic "There Was An Old Woman Who Swallowed a Fly", though sticking to that pacing can be pretty forced. I question the choice to go from macro to micro, rather than micro to macro. I can't imagine she understands the book, ......[Read More]
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