Questions and answers introduce the Milky Way and other kinds of galaxies in the universe. Question of Science Book) Library Binding – October 1, 1992.
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These books are excellent introductions to topics that youngsters are curious about. Series: Question of Science Book. Library Binding: 40 pages. Publisher: Carolrhoda Books (November 1, 1995). The lively format will sustain their interest and encourage further exploration and observations. Accurate scientific information presented in an exceptionally clear and engaging manner.
Find nearly any book by Sidney Rosen. Sidney Rosen (Rosen, Sidney). used books, rare books and new books. Which Way to the Milky Way? (Question of Science Book): ISBN 9780876147092 (978-0-87614-709-2) Carolrhoda Books, 1992. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find all books by 'Sidney Rosen' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Sidney Rosen'. Can You Hitch a Ride on a Comet? (A Question of Science Book). ISBN 9780876147733 (978-0-87614-773-3) Carolrhoda Books, 1993.
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The Vital Question is a book by the English biochemist Nick Lane about the way the evolution and origin of life on Earth was constrained by the provision of energy. Nick Lane is a biochemist at University College London. He won the Michael Faraday Prize in 2016 for "excellence in communicating science to UK audiences.