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Our Solar System (Science for Toddlers) | Board book

by American Museum of Natural History (Author), Connie Roop (Author), Peter Roop (Author)

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Binding:  Board book
Publisher:  Sterling Children's Books
Edition:  Brdbkth Edition
Page Count:  26 Pages
Publication Date:  June 14, 2016
Sales Rank:  7033rd


Product Description
The youngest astronomers can go forth and journey into outer space in this fun, basic introduction to the solar system. The unique format presents our sun and each planet in order with graduated flaps—turn each flap to reveal fascinating facts on each celestial body, and even the Milky Way!


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