Conoce los planetas (NOOK Comic with Zoom View) [NOOK Book]

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Planea por el Sistema Solar para atestiguar el primer concurso de planeta favorito, presentado nada más y nada menos que por el antiguo noveno planeta, ahora conocido como Plutón, el planeta enano. Los lectores serán los jueces ya que el sol no puede seleccionar a un favorito y los meteoros se van a dejar una estela. ¿Cuál será el planeta ganador afortunado? ¿Podría ser el mensajero rápido Mercurio; o "luz en sus pies", Saturno; o el calientehumeante, Venus? Los lectores aprenderán todo acerca de cada planeta ...
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Conoce los planetas (NOOK Comic with Zoom View)

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Overview

Planea por el Sistema Solar para atestiguar el primer concurso de planeta favorito, presentado nada más y nada menos que por el antiguo noveno planeta, ahora conocido como Plutón, el planeta enano. Los lectores serán los jueces ya que el sol no puede seleccionar a un favorito y los meteoros se van a dejar una estela. ¿Cuál será el planeta ganador afortunado? ¿Podría ser el mensajero rápido Mercurio; o "luz en sus pies", Saturno; o el calientehumeante, Venus? Los lectores aprenderán todo acerca de cada planeta cuando Plutón les anuncie los hechos en formas cortas, irónicas. Los niños pasarán horas buscando el arte en todas las referencias de los científicos famosos y de la gente de la historia; de la tecnología espacial, de las constelaciones, del arte, y de la literatura clásica.
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Gr 2–4—Amusingly framed as a cheesy popularity contest, this parade of personified planets features illustrations in which rotund, recognizably marked caricatures of these heavenly bodies pose and mug, surrounded by an entourage of relevant though unidentified scientists, space probes, satellites both natural and artificial, books, constellations, and astronomical symbols. After introducing the contestants one by one, ex-planet emcee Pluto invites viewers to choose the winner: Venus, perhaps? "She's bright, she's beautiful, and she's smoking hot." Or "massive, gassive Jupiter"? For young judges who prefer to make decisions by the numbers, the final three spreads are packed with charts, physical facts, and quizzes, all of which are supplemented by much more of the same in a dedicated area of the publisher's website. Though the only visual key to each spread is buried in the massive online teacher's guide where few young readers will find it on their own, and a claim in one quiz that "life as we know it" could not survive the temperatures on other planets is incorrect, the breezy, unconventional approach makes this a promisingly engaging way to introduce, or re-introduce, our celestial neighbors.—John Peters, formerly at New York Public Library
School Library Journal
Gr 2–4—Amusingly framed as a cheesy popularity contest, this parade of personified planets features illustrations in which rotund, recognizably marked caricatures of these heavenly bodies pose and mug, surrounded by an entourage of relevant though unidentified scientists, space probes, satellites both natural and artificial, books, constellations, and astronomical symbols. After introducing the contestants one by one, ex-planet emcee Pluto invites viewers to choose the winner: Venus, perhaps? "She's bright, she's beautiful, and she's smoking hot." Or "massive, gassive Jupiter"? For young judges who prefer to make decisions by the numbers, the final three spreads are packed with charts, physical facts, and quizzes, all of which are supplemented by much more of the same in a dedicated area of the publisher's website. Though the only visual key to each spread is buried in the massive online teacher's guide where few young readers will find it on their own, and a claim in one quiz that "life as we know it" could not survive the temperatures on other planets is incorrect, the breezy, unconventional approach makes this a promisingly engaging way to introduce, or re-introduce, our celestial neighbors.—John Peters, formerly at New York Public Library
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781607181538
  • Publisher: Arbordale Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/14/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Conoce los planetas, #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,418,131
  • Lexile: AD760L (what's this?)
  • File size: 23 MB
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Planea por el Sistema Solar para atestiguar el primer concurso de planeta favorito, presentado nada más y nada menos que por el antiguo noveno planeta, ahora conocido como Plutón, el planeta enano. Los lectores serán los jueces ya que el sol no puede seleccionar a un favorito y los meteoros se van a dejar una estela. ¿Cuál será el planeta ganador afortunado? ¿Podría ser el mensajero rápido Mercurio; o “luz en sus pies”, Saturno; o el calientehumeante, Venus? Los lectores aprenderán todo acerca de cada planeta cuando Plutón les anuncie los hechos en formas cortas, irónicas. Los niños pasarán horas buscando el arte en todas las referencias de los científicos famosos y de la gente de la historia; de la tecnología espacial, de las constelaciones, del arte, y de la literatura clásica.
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