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ZigZag: Every Planet Has a Place

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Hardcover published by National Geographic Children's Books (National Geographic Society)

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Look up! Discover that Every Planet Has a Place. The Earth is just one of many planets in our solar system. Why is this the perfect place for us to live? Which are the "gas planets?" And why have we changed what we think of Pluto? Then Zigzag into other questions: what does Earth look like from space? Will I ever live on Mars? What experiment can I do to swing a planet into orbit?
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Look up! Discover that Every Planet Has a Place. The Earth is just one of many planets in our solar system. Why is this the perfect place for us to live? Which are the "gas planets?" And why have we changed what we think of Pluto? Then Zigzag into other questions: what does Earth look like from space? Will I ever live on Mars? What experiment can I do to swing a planet into orbit?
Product Details
Hardcover (32 pages)
Published: September 9, 2008
Publisher: National Geographic Society
Imprint: National Geographic Children's Books
ISBN: 9781426303142
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