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Children's LiteratureIs anybody out there? How is life on other planets different from ours? This well researched, nonfiction text attempts to answer these questions for middle and high school readers. Topics covered in the text include flying saucers, extraterrestrial civilizations, and the high tech telescopes that must be in place for scientists to explore life on other planets. The second part of the book explores topics such as; what creates life on other planets, along with how that life influences our planet. Although the science words are often unfamiliar, readers will find the definitions included with the text and some of the more difficult words located in the glossary. The book is perfect for middle and high school science classrooms and libraries. Students will enjoy the in depth look at other planets and the possibilities of life beyond ours. 2004, National Geographic Society, Ages 13 to 18.