Dr. E's Super Stellar Solar System: Massive Mountains! Supersize Storms! Alien Atmospheres!

 
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Dr. E's Super Stellar Solar System: Massive Mountains! Supersize Storms! Alien Atmospheres!
Age Range
8+
Release Date
January 30, 2018
ISBN
978-1426327988
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Take to the skies with planetary geologist Dr. E and her robot sidekick, Rover, to explore the solar system's wildest, most astronomical geology--with comic book flair!

This stellar book introduces kids to outer space through in-depth info and comic book adventure. Along the way, kids follow explorer Bethany Ehlmann, a member of the NASA Mars Rover Curiosity mission, and her lovable robo-dog, Rover, as they study and protect our amazing solar system. Dr. E's conversational and funny explanations of the solar system and planetary geology will pull kids in like gravity. The pairing of fun, graphic novel side stories with science facts makes big concepts accessible and interesting to boys and girls of all levels, from STEM science fans to reluctant readers alike.

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Massive Mountains! Supersize Storms! Alien Atmospheres!
Overall rating 
 
4.7
Writing Style 
 
4.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable)  
 
5.0
Learning Value 
 
5.0
Dr. E’s Super Stellar Solar System reads like your child’s favorite comic book. Each chapter begins with a graphic novel style story with beautiful illustrations and fun characters.
Behind the comic book guise, the author does a great job teaching potential young science enthusiasts all about the amazing secrets hidden across our solar system.
A beautiful book with full color images and illustrations, Dr. E offers educational reading with a fun dose of personality and entertainment.
The author has created a unique learning experience suitable for all ages. Young readers will enjoy the pictures and illustrations, learning fun facts about our solar system along with a parent or teacher. Older readers will enjoy the details found in the larger blocks of text that accompany the spectacular vivid images, fostering a fun environment for learning all on their own or as a family.
Readers will love learning about planets made entirely of ice, and creepy volcanic worlds, craters, meteors, asteroids, comets and the likeliest places to find alien life. Extra resources and websites for further learning is also included at the end of the book and the glossary of terms offers further insight as well.
A great addition to any home or school library, Dr. E’s Super Stellar Solar System is a super cool book that will teach and entertain all at the same. I highly recommended this book for budding scientists of all ages. Teachers will find Dr. E’s Super Stellar Solar System a great tool for the classroom too.
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