The Planets Are Very, Very, Very Far Away
In Mike Vago’s newest children’s book, he takes readers on a journey through the universe like no other. With the Sun as the pinnacle and moving outward toward the farthest reaches of the solar system, Vago unfolds one mystery after another, debunking the traditional understanding of how the planets and other celestial bodies are arranged in the galaxy. Through diagrams, scales, analogies, and more, he unveils novel realities and highlights the atmospheric composition, gravity, and temperature ranges that exist on each planet. Additionally, he provides an array of other evidence-based facts that are relevant and profound.
This is a fascinating and alluring book. It’s ideal for space-lovers of all ages, though it’s intended audience is youth ages six to twelve. The author’s use of humor and wit help transform complex matters into absorbable tidbits for youngsters to ascertain. His illustrated spreads and unique fold-out pages will entice even those who aren’t book-lovers by nature. They’re phenomenal in quality and bring to reality how massive the universe really is, and indeed, how far apart the planets are from one another. This brilliant piece of nonfiction will leave young ones in awe, wondering what else might be out there.
|Page Count||57 pages|
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