Sun!: One In A Billion
  • Sun!: One In A Billion
  • Sun!: One In A Billion
ISBN: 1250199328
EAN13: 9781250199324
Language: English
Release Date: Oct 23, 2018
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 0.3937008" H x 10.35433" L x 10.27559" W
Weight: 1.040582 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

From the author of Earth My First 4.54 Billion Years comes a new picture book about space--
this time starring our Sun

Meet Sun: He's a star And not just any star--he's one in a billion. He lights up our solar system and makes life possible. With characteristic humor and charm, Stacy McAnulty channels the voice of Sun in this next celestial autobiography. Rich with kid-friendly facts and beautifully illustrated, this is an equally charming and irresistible companion to Earth My First 4.54 Billion Years.

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   Nice & informative!
The original "Jurassic Park" was unearthed at the Discovery Cube Science Museum in California. We wanted to buy the set, but it was too expensive. We ordered the other two on Amazon. com. Their enthusiasm for the books and for our Sun, Moon and Earth has not dimmed.
   Great buy
He also said Witty was a great photographer, great text writer and perfect amount of fun. Fits my son's outer space room decor perfectly. He's a big sun worshipper.
   Great book.
This book is so cute, I almost fell over. Great information, great teachers, and lots of fun!
   The boys and I enjoy this series.
We enjoy the series, too, said Blair. This book I don't enjoy the sun's self-aggrandizing, but I don't think the kids care or notice, she said. Lots of good information, McBride said.
   Cute intro to the sun
It was the earth book that made me and my daughter want to read more. It's great to see a good book like this come out of the woodwork, said Gammerman. Just not quite as inherently engaging as the earth story.
   The SUN has it's own book...
This book is very educational and has great pictures, said Dr. Robert Yeates, who co-chaired the inquiry. It would be great to have it with the ones about the Moon and different planets. His grandson, Michael, is a big believer in everything celestial.
   Not as good
Not as cute as the Moon book, but it still provided some good kid-friendly facts. Will also use in my classroom to accompany my Earth, Space and Technology unit.
   Great book!
The second book in the series, "Earthquake," was also written by Frey. They are endearing, fun to read to the kids and a nice way to introduce the solar system, Mr. O'Neill said. The illustrations are well done, the book says. Lucky for me because I usually read it 4-5 times at a go, my 2 yr old is at the repeat book ad nauseum stage. It's great to hear from people who have used it.
   Funny and informative non-fiction picture book
My kids and I love, love, love this series, Taylor said. It was a great night sky, Earth was fantastic and Sun did not disappoint. The second story is narrated by the narrator's main character. Sun says it writes about itself. In "The Milky Way," readers learn about Sun's classification by its closest neighbor stars how hot and how far away it is from things all within a first person narrative that grabs kids' attentions. His work is bold and bright, and his voice is also very well-known. A great story told from outer space, on earth's surface. We can't wait for the new titles!