The Moon

The Moon

The Moon Why is there no weather on the moon Is there sound on the moon Is it ever day on the moon Why do astronauts bounce around on the moon How old is the moon From Apollo s first landing to the mystery

  • Title: The Moon
  • Author: Seymour Simon
  • ISBN: 9780689835636
  • Page: 410
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Why is there no weather on the moon Is there sound on the moon Is it ever day on the moon Why do astronauts bounce around on the moon How old is the moon From Apollo 11 s first landing to the mystery of moonquakes and the genesis of craters, this stunning introduction to our nearest neighbor in space describes the moon and its all important relationship to Earth MesWhy is there no weather on the moon Is there sound on the moon Is it ever day on the moon Why do astronauts bounce around on the moon How old is the moon From Apollo 11 s first landing to the mystery of moonquakes and the genesis of craters, this stunning introduction to our nearest neighbor in space describes the moon and its all important relationship to Earth Mesmerizing full color photography and an informative text perfect this exciting and educational journey in space.

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    546 Comment

    To be honest, this book is for children but i bought it for myself (i am clearly an adult- ok not so clear sometimes).The info is very brief and i bought it for the pictures, which are amazing. It was in the sale bin at a local bookstore for $1, and i couldn´t say no!

    With simple sentence structure and short paragraphs, The Moon is filled with information about the moon's environment. It includes information about Apollo 11, 15, and 17. This book would be appropriate as a read aloud for K-5, but for independent reading, 2-4.

    Again, this book was mostly a regurgitation of facts onto pages with cool moon images. It did have good information but there was nothing exciting about reading it. I feel like there could be something more exciting and fun to look at that was just as informational!

    Informational. Seymour Simon artfully teaches children about the history of the moon. The pictures are captivating.

    Our summer school theme is NASA and space this year. So, I am teaching fiction and non-fiction about the moon, stars, and aliens. We have lots and lots of cool plans. For example, we are designing our own life-sized aliens, having spaceship races (decorated Frisbee), writing poems about what the moon is really made of: green cheese, milk, white chocolate, a pearl Their ideas are vast and fun. As a part of summer school, we are reading tons and tons of moon, star, and alien related books. I'll re [...]

    This book gives general information about the Moon.The book is a good introduction to the Moon. It includes information regarding the moon landings, including the last visit to the Moon and what the astronauts left there. However, it does not mention the U.S. flag that was placed on the Moon. There is information given regarding a theory of how the Moon formed. There are large photographs on each page, but the reader is left wanting to see more images of the Moon’s surface. This could be a goo [...]

    Who knew that I would learn so much information about the moon from such a tiny book. This book was chalk full of information and amazing photographs of the moon. I liked this book because it was simple and to the point yet interesting and informative all at the same time. There is only about a paragraph or two on each page and it is simple enough for a medium reader to be able to read and comprehend.I would use this book during space units. I could also use this book when talking about weather [...]

    Who doesn't like anything by this author? Narrative nonfiction at its finest. I can envision some of my know-it-all science gurus thinking this book won't teach them anything they haven't already memorized by heart. Not so! Simon shares some interesting information about the creation of the moon and some pretty amazing photos to go along with it.

    Grade: 2nd-3rd Topic: Solar System, Astronomy, Exploration/ExplorersPart of a unit on the solar system and the elements in it. This book focuses more on space exploration so it gives the students an up-close view of the moon from the astronauts perspective. They could write stories about if they have ever wanted to travel to outerspace. They could write letters to real astronauts.

    It helped me learn about the moon. It is very adventurous. It's cool how footprints stay on the moon longer than they'll ever stay on Earth.I liked the pictures. I thought the spaceship was a car at first. I thought the picture of the "moon car" was drums (bang, bang, bang).

    This is another good science book that you can use when talking about space and the solar system. You can use it to talk about the effects it has on the Earth, as well as used to bring up the idea of being an astronaut as a career option.

    Great book for children interested in space. Has a great deal of info about Apollo missions to the moon and the environment of the moon. Great to add to your non-fiction collection. Appropriate for grades 2-5.

    This book is about the moon. It is interesting. It has lots of photographs. I learned that the moon was made a long time ago. The first astronaut who stepped on the moon and the apollo mission were interesting to read about.

    This is a very simply written story that is meant to inform eaders about the moon and its characteristics. It also talks about the NASA missions that landed on the moon. This would be a good book to use in a read aloud during a science unit about space.

    A very informative book about the Moon. It includes information from space missions to the moon to the composition of the moon and what it is like there. There are many nice photographs included.

    Full of facts about the moon in a way that I, a non-science-minded person, could understand. This actually really fascinated me. I'm going to put a copy on my shelves in school.

    Pretty much perfect for our study of the moon in 3rd grade. Not too dense but filled with most of the concepts I am supposed to teach.

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