Publication Date: May 9, 2006
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Where do stars go in the daytime? How far away are stars? What stories can they tell us?
Marvel at the mythic stories of the constellations and try finding your own patterns in the sky. Think beyond our sun and wonder what other planets might be circling other stars and what, or who, might be on them. Open the book and blast off to the stars!
"A sure winner for future astronomers and their stargazing parents. Tomecek and newcomer Yoshikawa make an excellent duo in rendering concepts understandable to readers." —Kirkus Reviews
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Liisa Chauncy Guida studied at the Pratt School of Art and Design in New York City. She gazes at the moon in the clear skies over her home in Avon, CO.
Sachiko Yoshikawa is the illustrator of such books as No "T. Rex in the Library" by Toni Buzzeo, "Kindness is Cooler, Mrs. Ruler" by Margery Cuyler; "Shout: Little Poems That Roar!" by Brod Bagert; and "What is Science? "by Rebecca Kai Dotlich. She has also illustrated the pop-up book "Sammy's Suitcase" by Lisa Rojany-Buccieri. Sachiko lives in Washington.