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The answers book for kids volume 5 : 20 questions from kids on space and astronomy / Ken Ham & Bodie Hodge.

By: Ham, Ken, 1951- [author.].
Contributor(s): Hodge, Bodie [author.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Ham, Ken. The answers book for kids: 5.Publisher: Green Forest, AR : Master Books, [2013]Copyright date: ©2013Description: 48 pages : colour illustrations ; 15 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780890517826 (hardcover).Other title: Twenty questions from kids on space and astronomy [Other title].Subject(s): Astronomy -- Juvenile literature | Outer space -- Juvenile literature | Creationism -- Juvenile literature | Christianity -- Juvenile literature | Apologetics -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Creation vs Evolution.
Contents:
What day were the planets created? -- What is the purpose of stars? -- Where are the 'waters' that are 'above' the expanse? -- Where does a week come from? -- What are black holes? -- Is it possible that there are living things in space? -- Is Jupiter stormy? -- What are comets and what are they made of? -- How far away is the next galaxy? -- How many planets are there? -- Did Christians believe the earth was flat? -- Do meteors burn up and are they dangerous? -- How hot are the sun and other stars? -- What is the farthest that we've sent something into space? -- What are the rings of planets made from? -- What about the big bang? -- How big is our galaxy? -- Will the sun ever run out or blow up?; --What would happen if a comet ran into an asteroid? -- How old is space and the universe? -- Yearly Meteor Shower Dates -- Table of Planets -- Definitions.
Summary: When kids look up at the stars in the night sky, they will always have questions! Take this amazing opportunity to share some of God's answers and help strengthen their faith. Stars can provide a starting point to learn important facts like: How big is our galaxy? What is the purpose of stars? How hot are the sun and other stars? Will the sun ever run out or blow up?
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Children Grades 2-6 - Teaching Library Room 2 (beside the courtyard, off the breezeway @ Holland Park) C 2-6 Tea Ham Ans v5 (Browse shelf) Available 2356

Third printing: December 2015.--Title page verso.

What day were the planets created? -- What is the purpose of stars? -- Where are the 'waters' that are 'above' the expanse? -- Where does a week come from? -- What are black holes? -- Is it possible that there are living things in space? -- Is Jupiter stormy? -- What are comets and what are they made of? -- How far away is the next galaxy? -- How many planets are there? -- Did Christians believe the earth was flat? -- Do meteors burn up and are they dangerous? -- How hot are the sun and other stars? -- What is the farthest that we've sent something into space? -- What are the rings of planets made from? -- What about the big bang? -- How big is our galaxy? -- Will the sun ever run out or blow up?; --What would happen if a comet ran into an asteroid? -- How old is space and the universe? -- Yearly Meteor Shower Dates -- Table of Planets -- Definitions.

When kids look up at the stars in the night sky, they will always have questions! Take this amazing opportunity to share some of God's answers and help strengthen their faith. Stars can provide a starting point to learn important facts like: How big is our galaxy? What is the purpose of stars? How hot are the sun and other stars? Will the sun ever run out or blow up?

For ages 6-12.--Back cover.

Added to GBC Library 16 September 2018.

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