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Far-Out Guide to Jupiter

Series: Far-Out Guide to the Solar System

By Mary Kay Carson

Jupiter is bigger than any other planet in our solar system. It has rings and centuries-old storms. It has more than sixty moons, too—some with underground oceans! Featuring a center spread with fast facts, this great addition to the FAR OUT GUIDE TO THE SOLAR SYSTEM series will tell you everything you need to know about the biggest planet—including missions and the scientists who planned them, and the spacecraft they used to do so.

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Library Ed.978-0-7660-3184-5$25.27$18.95
Multi-User eBook978-0-7660-5396-0$25.27$18.95

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Reviews

"Written for elementary and middle school students, readers will gain a better understanding of the planet Jupiter . . . Would make a very nice addition to a library’s collection. Would be great for report writing and casual reading."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, January 2011

". . . offering a multitude of facts to report-writers, focusing on what astronomers know and the many perplexing questions still to be answered."

Children's Literature

"Lively writing with specific facts systematically presented and plenty of dramatic space art and photography add up to a winning formula for these introductions to our planet and its solar neighborhood."

School Library Journal, December 2010

"Sentence length is fairly short, making for easy reading. Most students will be able to read one of these books in a night or two."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2011

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