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Turn to the index on page 48. Choose an entry, such as auroras, and ask the child to use the index to find out what auroras are. Repeat with as many entries as you like. Ask the child to point out the differences between an index and a glossary. ) 44 learn more about the sun SATURN BOOKS Hoffman, Sara. The Little Book of Space. Minnetonka, MN: Two-Can, 2005. In this book, the author describes the bodies in the solar system as well as different missions to space. Jackson, Ellen. The Worlds around Us.
They made up stories about them. People often told stories of sun gods pulling the Sun across the sky. 33 Early astronomers tried to learn about the Sun. Ptolemy was a famous Greek astronomer. He lived nearly two thousand years ago. Ptolemy did not know that the Sun lay at the center of the solar system. He believed the Sun circled around Earth. Ptolemy is shown in this painting. Like other ancient astronomers, Ptolemy thought the Sun circled Earth. 34 Another astronomer discovered the truth. His name was Nicolaus Copernicus.
Ask the child to point out the differences between an index and a glossary. ) 44 learn more about the sun SATURN BOOKS Hoffman, Sara. The Little Book of Space. Minnetonka, MN: Two-Can, 2005. In this book, the author describes the bodies in the solar system as well as different missions to space. Jackson, Ellen. The Worlds around Us. Minneapolis: Millbrook Press, 2007. This illustrated book is for anyone who wonders what it would be like to take a trip through the solar system. Tocci, Salvadore.