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The Universe at Your Fingertips 2.0 DVD from the Astronomical Society of the Pacific is in our online store, filled with Earth and space science resources.

Science Books at the Beginner Level

Cole, Joanna. The Magic School Bus Inside the Earth.
1987, Scholastic Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Cole, Joanna. The Magic School Bus Inside a Hurricane.
1995, Scholastic Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Cole, Joanna. The Magic School Bus Lost in the Solar System.
1990, Scholastic Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Eden, Philip and Clint Twist. Pockets Weather Facts.
1995, Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Inc.
Level: All.

Estalella, Robert. Our Star: The Sun.
1993, Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Estalella, Robert. Planets and Satellites.
1993, Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Estalella, Robert. The Stars.
1993, Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Ganeri, Anita. The Usborne Book of Weather Facts.
1992, Educational Developmental Corporation (EDC) Publishing.
Level: Beginner.

Kerrod, Robin. The Children's Space Atlas: A Voyage of Discovery for Young Astronauts.
1991, The Millbrook Press Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Rey, H.A. Find the Constellations.
1988, Houghton Mifflin Company.
Level: Beginner.

Scholastic Voyages of Discovery. Exploring Energy.
1993, Scholastic Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Scholastic Voyages of Discovery. Exploring Space.
1993, Scholastic Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Stott, Carole. I Wonder Why Stars Twinkle and Other Questions About Space.
1993, Kingfisher Books.
Level: Beginner.

Stott, Carole. Night Sky: How to Observe and Understand the Mysteries of the Night Sky.
1993, Dorling Kindersley Limited.
Level: Beginner.

Stott, Carole and Clint Twist. Pockets Space Facts.
1995, Dorling Kindersley Publishing, Inc.
Level: All.

Walker, Jane. Fascinating Facts about the Solar System.
1994, The Millbrook Press Inc.
Level: Beginner.

Watt, Fiona and Francis Wilson. Usborne Science and Experiments: Weather and Climate.
1992, EDC Publishing.
Level: Beginner.

Last modified May 16, 2001 by Jennifer Bergman.

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