3 edition of Show me the world of astronomy. found in the catalog.
Show me the world of astronomy.
|Statement||Illustrated by William Blackmun and Leonard Jorjorian.|
|LC Classifications||PZ10.M455 Sh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||59009028|
Philip’s Exploring Stars and Planets: A colourful and entertaining introduction to the exciting world of astronomy, this page paperback is illustrated with more than colour photographs, artworks and maps, as the author Ian Ridpath describes the latest developments in the fast-moving fields of space exploration and astronomy. This Teacher Key & Tests book accompanies the Memoria Press' Exploring the World of Astronomy Supplemental Student Questions Workbook (sold-separately). This teacher's book features reduced-size student pages with the correct answers overlaid. Three tests and a final exam, along with a test key, are also included. 49 pages, softcover. Exploring the World of Astronomy Teacher Key & Tests.
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