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Space: A Visual Encyclopedia [BOOKS] ⚣ Space: A Visual Encyclopedia By Peter Bond – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Space A Visual Encyclopedia builds on the enormous success of DK s best selling encyclopedias It is a comprehensive exploration of space from our nearest planets and stars to far off galaxies Featurin Space A Visual Encyclopedia builds on the enormous success of DK s best selling encyclopedias It is a comprehensive exploration of space from our nearest planets and stars to far Space: A PDF/EPUB ² off galaxies Featuring full bleed photographs, charts, stories, and interviews, this encyclopedia brings children face to face with the wonders of space like never before.

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  • Hardcover
  • 256 pages
  • Space: A Visual Encyclopedia
  • Peter Bond
  • English
  • 08 September 2017
  • 075666277X

About the Author: Peter Bond

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10 thoughts on “Space: A Visual Encyclopedia

  1. Ms. Tyler Ms. Tyler says:

    Space A visual encyclopedia 2010 New York Dorling Kindersley Limited.Citation by Sarah TylerType of Reference EncyclopediaCall Number 520 S7321 2010Content Scope Featuring over 100 images from NASA, this visual encyclopedia takes users on a visually stunning exploration of space, discussing a myriad of related topics, such as seeing light, the Hubble space telescope, galaxy formation, how rockets work, humans and animals in space, the solar system, earth, the moon, the sun, and stargaz Space A visual encyclopedia 2010 New York Dorling Kindersley Limited.Citation by Sarah TylerType of Reference EncyclopediaCall Number 520 S7321 2010Content Scope Featuring over 100 images from NASA, this visual encyclopedia takes users on a visually stunning exploration of space, discussing a myriad of related topics, such as seeing light, the Hubble space telescope, galaxy formation, how rockets work, humans and animals in space, the solar system, earth, the moon, the sun, and stargazing According to the introduction, the encyclopedia features four types of resources, general articles on numerous topics, such as launch centers, detailed profiles of the planets in our solar system, fact files on various topics, such as telescopes, and photo spreads that capture items of interest, such as exploding stars.Accuracy Authority Bias Published in 2010, the encyclopedia is accurate regarding the reclassification of Pluto to being a dwarf planet, in the section Pluto and Beyond In the Early Ideas section, the encyclopedia offers both the geocentric and heliocentric theories of the solar system s order, yet bias exists in the Birth of the Universe, section since it details the Big Bang theory, without mentioning that some individuals adhere to a creationist perspective of the universe s origin evolutionary bias also exists in the Birth of the Solar System section and in the Life on Earth section Authority is evident in the fact that the title was published by Dorling Kindersley and has Peter Bond as its consultant, author of the award winning DK Guide to Space and a well known science journalist The two page Acknowledgments section provides attribution for the reproduction of photographs from various sources, which aids in its credibility as a resource.Arrangement Presentation Divided into nine chapters, the encyclopedia offers the big picture of the universe before discussing rockets and humans in space Once such topics as astronaut requirements and space tourism have been detailed, the solar system is profiled in depth, with typically two sections for each planet The Earth, Moon, and Sun each have their own chapters, before users are introduced to stars this last chapter brings users back to Earth with information on how to be a stargazer and the constellations visible in the northern sky and southern sky A timeline aids in understanding the shifts in thinking about space and the various experiments and missions undergone.Relation to Other Works Since the current reference collection does not include any materials on space in general, this encyclopedia would greatly enhance the library media center s holdings and would support the astronaut biographies and non fiction titles on the individual planets It would be an excellent complement The Astronaut Handbook, adding rich photography and detailsappropriate for older elementary students on the training of astronauts and life in space.Accessibility Diversity Recommended for students in kindergarten through eighth grade, this encyclopedia is accessible to all elementary grades Reluctant readers and early elementary students will enjoy browsing the spectacular photographs and reading the interesting text boxes which detail specific people, events, and things connected to space in some way Gifted and talented students and some special education students will appreciate the details on the Earth, Moon, and Sun, provided in their individual sections A four page glossary aids students in understanding specific scientific terminology as the words relate to space and helps in language acquisition for English language learners, since words such as geyser and billion are defined, while a six page index increases students ability to find needed information independently and quickly.Cost 24.99Professional Review Albright, K 2011 Space A visual encyclopedia Library Media Connection, 29 6 , 96

  2. Ashley Browning Ashley Browning says:

    Reviewed by Ashley BrowningFormat EncyclopediaItem Title APA Style DK 2010 Space A visual encyclopedia New York DK.Call number QB46.S693 2010Reviewed in Albright, K 2011 Book reviews Review of the book Space A visual encyclopedia, by DK Library Media Connection, 29 6 96 Retrieved June 17, 2012, from Academic Search Premier.Description This book provides a basic introduction of a wide variety of topics about space.Relevance and Relationship This book would be appropria Reviewed by Ashley BrowningFormat EncyclopediaItem Title APA Style DK 2010 Space A visual encyclopedia New York DK.Call number QB46.S693 2010Reviewed in Albright, K 2011 Book reviews Review of the book Space A visual encyclopedia, by DK Library Media Connection, 29 6 96 Retrieved June 17, 2012, from Academic Search Premier.Description This book provides a basic introduction of a wide variety of topics about space.Relevance and Relationship This book would be appropriate for the collection analyzed during my field experience hours because this encyclopedia contains current information on the topic This encyclopedia would be an excellent resource for teachers and students during space science units The list price for this book is 21.25 which is very affordable Purpose This book covers a variety of topics and includes these sections Observing the Universe, which covers a definition of space, a history of viewing the stars, telescopes, and observatories Other chapters include The Violent Universe, Solar System, Earth, The Moon, and The Sun Liftoff features information on space shuttles, satellites, and rockets Humans in Space discusses our exploration of the universe animals in space, space stations, and the future of space exploration A final Stars and Stargazing section describes stars, other solar systems, and what you can see in the night sky.Validity DK is a reputable publisher and the book has positive reviews in Booklist, Library Media Connection, and Library Journal Format This book is in print Information is divided into nine sections and in each section topics are examined on two pages featuring a title, large font introductory paragraph, several medium sized font paragraphs of supporting information, and several photographs with captions that provide additional details.Arrangement and Presentation Includes an index and references.Diversity This book is available in English and is appropriate for children in grades 3 6

  3. Lacy Cox Lacy Cox says:

    Lacy CoxAPA Citation Bond, P 2010 Space A visual encyclopedia New York, NY DK Publishing Reference EncyclopediaCall Number Ref 478 Relevance Relationship Integrated Freshmen Science covers earth and space science as well as an Astronomy class The book is listed for 24.99, but can be found cheaper online There are other reference books about space but this is the only visual encyclopedia Purpose The purpose of this book is to educate students with facts as well as visual represe Lacy CoxAPA Citation Bond, P 2010 Space A visual encyclopedia New York, NY DK Publishing Reference EncyclopediaCall Number Ref 478 Relevance Relationship Integrated Freshmen Science covers earth and space science as well as an Astronomy class The book is listed for 24.99, but can be found cheaper online There are other reference books about space but this is the only visual encyclopedia Purpose The purpose of this book is to educate students with facts as well as visual representations of space The book is applicable for students age 7 and up and can be used by all students at the high school level Validity The School Library Journal states that it is an exemplary book for education Its only two years old, but an updated copy should be purchased in the next few years to keep the high validity.Format This book is print and contains many pictures as the title states Some pictures are full two page spreads and some are small pictures Sections are spaced off to describe different topics of space Arrangement Presentation A glossary, table of contents, and alphabetical index all for multiple points of access Diversity All learners including learners with special needs can enjoy this book The pictures have great quality and explanations are easy to follow Since the encyclopedia is mainly visual it differs from other reference books.Citation Review

  4. Katheryn Campbell Katheryn Campbell says:

    Space A visual encyclopedia 2010 New York Dorling Kindersley Limited.Citation by Katheryn CampbellType of Reference EncyclopediaCall Number Ref 478Content Scope Offers never before published NASA photographs, charts, and stories from NASA astronauts and experts There are 256 pages, and the encyclopedia recommends users grades 2 7.Accuracy Authority Bias Published in 2010, the encyclopedia is accurate regarding the information it contains The School Library Journal considers it to be Space A visual encyclopedia 2010 New York Dorling Kindersley Limited.Citation by Katheryn CampbellType of Reference EncyclopediaCall Number Ref 478Content Scope Offers never before published NASA photographs, charts, and stories from NASA astronauts and experts There are 256 pages, and the encyclopedia recommends users grades 2 7.Accuracy Authority Bias Published in 2010, the encyclopedia is accurate regarding the information it contains The School Library Journal considers it to be not only eye catching, but exemplary DK publishing is also a reputable source Arrangement Presentation The encyclopedia offers a glossary, table of contents, and an alphabetical index all for multiple points of access It also contains an overall introduction of information, as well as nine chapters Relation to Other Works This is the only DK published encyclopedia on space I could find, but there are many other space encyclopedias published by National Geographic.Accessibility Diversity This encyclopedia is recommended for students 2nd 7th grade, although it is accessible to all elementary grades The glossary helps students understand the heavily, difficult terminology about space The ESL and ELL students can benefit from having visual aids to help with the difficult terminology Cost 24.99Professional Review Albright, K 2011 Space A visual encyclopedia Library Media Connection, 29 6 , 96

  5. The Brothers The Brothers says:

    I was using this book borrowed from the library as a supplement for our class on the Solar System and I liked it so much that I bought it so we can take our time and look through it as our leisure The photographs and illustrations are beautiful and informative I love the factoid format it makes reading through it much easier for the boys.

  6. Lindsay Lindsay says:

    I really liked this book I decided to get it from the book fair because it looked interesting It has a lot of good information and is filled with amazing pictures I would recommend this to anybody who wants to learnabout space.

  7. PWRL PWRL says:

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