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  1. How Big is the Milky Way?

    How Big is the Milky Way? - By Aline Wolf from The Parent Child Press

    Written to help children understand the number of stars in the Milky Way--one billion--and help children grasp the immensity of our galaxy. The small format and early reading level gives children easy access to big concepts. Paperback with spiral binding, 20 pages. Learn More
    $6.00
    R36
    In Stock
  2. I Know The Sun Does Not "Set"

    I Know The Sun Does Not "Set" - By Aline Wolf from The Parent Child Press

    Written to help children understand that the impression of the sun "rising" and "setting" is created as the Earth turns so everyone can have day and night. The small format and early reading level gives children easy access to big concepts. Paperback with spiral binding, 20 pages. Learn More
    $6.00
    R37
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  3. Small Cosmic Wonder Set

    Small Cosmic Wonder Set - 3 book series from Parent Child Press

    Aline Wolf wrote this series to help awaken children’s sense of wonder and awe. These three titles nurture the human spirit with respectful messages about caring for the Earth and cherishing peace. Learn More
    $18.00
    R39
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  4. Cosmic Wonder (Concepts) Set

    Cosmic Wonder (Concepts) Set - 6 titles by Aline Wolf from Parent Child Press

    Written by Montessorian Aline Wolf to help awaken children’s sense of wonder and awe. These six books highlight cosmic education themes, emphasizing concepts that will reinforce children’s developing understanding of a cosmic view of life. Learn More

    Now: $30.00

    Was: $36.00

    R41
    In Stock
  5. When You Look Up at the Moon

    When You Look Up at the Moon - A Rookie Read-About Science book

    Satisfy children’s curiosity about our moon with lots of glorious NASA photos of the lunar surface, astronauts at work, and Earth from space. Fact-based text for early readers, picture glossary, index. Paperback, 31 pages. Learn More
    $4.95
    SC31
    In Stock
  6. Seeing Stars

    Seeing Stars

    Turn any room into a planetarium using a flashlight and this clever set of star-punched cards. Learn More
    $14.95
    C304
    In Stock
  7. Day and Night

    Day and Night - Discovering Nature's Cycles

    The differences between the daytime sky and the sky at night are a source of wonder for young children. This is a satisfying explanation of the changes children see from day to day and a great introduction to Earth’s rotation. Paperback, 24 pages. Learn More
    $5.95
    C317
    In Stock
  8. The Night Sky

    The Night Sky - Discovering Nature's Cycles

    Moon phases are clearly explained to beginning readers with glorious photos of the moon in the night sky and simple text for early readers. A satisfying way for children to explore the changes they see from week to week. Learn More
    $5.95
    C318
    In Stock
  9. Looking Down

    Looking Down

    In this wordless picture book, we take a journey through space, moving closer and closer to the big, blue planet we know as Earth. With stunning cut-paper illustrations, this book masterfully depicts the levels of the universe, from space to a familiar backyard. Paperback, 32 pages. Learn More
    $6.95
    MA101
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  10. Zoo In The Sky

    Zoo In The Sky - A Book of Animal Constellations from National Geographic

    Shiny foil stars emerge from lush paintings to reveal 16 animal constellations. Read their entrancing stories aloud to younger children and inspire readers to consult fascinating and informative further resources. Learn More
    $7.95
    C319
    In Stock
  11. Travel Telescope

    Travel Telescope - With adjustable tripod from Celestron

    This quality telescope is perfect for observation of the night sky, as well as for viewing wildlife during the day. Includes a full-size, adjustable tripod, padded canvas backpack, and an astronomy software CD. Learn More

    Now: $84.95

    Was: $99.95

    EM29
    In Stock
  12. What's So Special About Planet Earth?

    What's So Special About Planet Earth? - By Robert E. Wells

    Planet Earth is a pretty good place to live, and this book illustrates why. Join its planet-by-planet tour of the solar system to places that are too hot, too cold, and too stormy to support human life. 32 pages. Learn More
  13. The Moon Book

    The Moon Book

    Children love to learn about the glowing orb in the sky. This book satisfies with interesting facts about moon phases, eclipses and tides, history, legends, stories, and lunar explorations. Paperback, 32 pages. Learn More
    $7.95
    C503
    In Stock

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