The Moon Book

The Moon Book

Book - 1997
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Some planets have many moons. Earth has one. Because it is so close to Earth, our moon is the brightest and biggest light in our night sky. Here is information about our moon, including how the oceans' tides are affected by it, why the same side always faces Earth, why there are different phases of the moon, and why there are solar and lunar eclipses. The book ends with a list of legends and facts, from the man in the moon to the first person to land on it.
Publisher: New York : Holiday House, c1997.
ISBN: 9780823412976
0823412970
Branch Call Number: 523.3 Gib
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill.

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vernessa7 Jun 26, 2013

Tells a lot about the moon. by michael

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vernessa7 Jun 26, 2013

I learned that in a lunar eclipse the moon has a reddish glow.by michael

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