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eBook Where Does The Sun Go? ePub

eBook Where Does The Sun Go? ePub

by Gary Craig

  • ISBN: 0978681304
  • Category: Activities Crafts and Games
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Gary Craig
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Elora Media,LLC; 1st edition (October 1, 2006)
  • Pages: 44
  • ePub book: 1685 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1745 kb
  • Other: lit docx lrf docx
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 504

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go? is an adventure about the sun and it's journey across the sky and over the earth.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Written in Rhyming verse.

The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go? is an adventure about the sun and it's journey across the sky and over .

The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go? is an adventure about the sun and it's journey across the sky and over the earth. Written in Rhyming verse, this story is as amusing as it is educational, and will enchant preschoolers and early readers - as well as adult storytellers! finalist nautilus book award and foreword magazine'S children"s book of the year. The book can be used to introduce a cross-curricula mini lesson about rhyming words and sources Where Does The Sun Go? This is a nice simple read for Kindergartener's and or 1st graders. The book discusses the sun's journey, with the earth, and how it keeps the earth warm and offers light.

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8. What did you do in the evenings? 9. Did you meet anybody interesting? 18. It was warm, so I took off my coat.

Did you go alone? 3. Was the food good? 4. How long did you stay there? 5. Did you stay at a hotel? 6. How did you travel? 7. Was the weather fine? 8. The film wasn’t very good. I did not enjoy it very much. I knew Sarah was very busy, so I did not disturb her. I was very tired, so I went to bed early.

The delightful tale Where Does The Sun Go? is an adventure about the sun and it's journey across the sky and over the earth. Written in Rhyming verse, this story is as amusing as it is educational, and will enchant preschoolers and early readers - as well as adult storytellers! *FINALIST NAUTILUS BOOK AWARD AND FOREWORD MAGAZINE'S CHILDREN"S BOOK OF THE YEAR*

Comments

Anarius Anarius
its confusing. it talks about the sun going up and down, but it doesnt. the earth does. we rotate around the sun. it does show a picture of the earth going around the sun, but the language is the opposite.
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My children love this book. The artwork is attractive and original, and the verse is pretty good compared to many children's books.

However, I am disappointed in the language used to describe the physical phenomenon. The book moves from the Earth's rotation straight to its orbit around the sun, and then covers the fact that we don't see the sun when "it goes away". In my opinion this further confuses young children about rotation and orbit, the latter of which doesn't have anything to do with where the sun "goes". I actually try not to read the book, which I got at a yard sale, too much. I am afraid it will give them the wrong idea.

I do find it amusing that the other reviewer had the opposite experience with this book. I suppose that has to do with the fact is that it's quite mediocre overall. While I'd buy it again for ten cents, I wouldn't buy it new. I hope the publisher will consider re-doing some of the verse to more accurately describe what happens. (That we turn away from the sun, not that it goes away.)
Mariwyn Mariwyn
This book does present what seems to be a fairly accurate explanation for night and day. And the rhymes aren't that bad.

It just doesn't draw us in. And frankly, I don't like the artwork.