To the Sun, Moon, and Stars

To the Sun, Moon, and Stars

To the Sun, Moon, and Stars is a collection of flash fiction and poetry that deals with anxiety, love, and loss.

Sun, Moon and Stars

Sun, Moon and Stars

Discusses the stories which people from the ancient world told to explain their understanding of what they could see in the sky.

Sun, Moon and Stars

Sun, Moon and Stars

From simple facts about the Sun, Moon and stars to exciting accounts of Moon landings and eclipses, this book will fascinate young children just learning to read. Illustrated with colour photographs and diagrams, this carefully written book will encourage young children to read and find out more about the Universe.

Coyote and the Sky

How the Sun, Moon, and Stars Began

Coyote and the Sky

Tells the Indian creation myth of how the Animal People created the sun, moon, and stars.

The Storytelling Star

Tales of the Sun, Moon and Stars

The Storytelling Star

Collects nine stories from differenct cultures, including the Incas, Aztecs, and Chinese, about the sun, moon, and stars.

Sun, Moon, and Stars

Sun, Moon, and Stars

This engaging thematic unit includes songs, pocket-chart poems, word-wall activities, mini-books, hands-on math and science activities, easy-to-make manipulatives, literature links, and more, which are all related to the sun, the moon, and the stars. Includes a big, colorful poster. Illustrations.

Sun, Moon, and Stars: A Book for Beginners

Sun, Moon, and Stars: A Book for Beginners

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