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What planet is known as Earth's twin? Venus! The two planets are about the same size, and Venus also has mountains, canyons, and volcanoes. However, Venus is much hotter than Earth--with temperatures reaching 880°F. It is also unlike Earth because its thick atmosphere is filled with poisonous gases. Early readers will be taken on a journey through outer space as they learn these and other fascinating facts about Venus. Each 24-page book features controlled text with age-appropriate vocabulary and simple sentence structure. Stunning photos closely align with descriptive text that will grab kids' attention. Emergent readers won't be able to stop turning the pages as they explore Earth's solar system. Get ready to blast off!

 
Interest Level Preschool - Grade 3
Reading Level Grade 2
BISACS JNF051040
Genre Nonfiction, Beginning Readers
Copyright 2015
Publisher Bearport Publishing
Series Out of this World
Language English
Number of Pages 24
ISBN 9781627245623, 9781627246477, 9781627247382
Title Format Reinforced book, Hosted eBook, Savings Bundle
Dewey 523.42
Dimensions 8 x 8
ATOS Reading Level 2.1
Guided Reading Level L
Lexile Reading Level 470
Scholastic Reading Counts Level 2.5
Author Dawn Bluemel Oldfield
 

The Horn Book Guide Review for Out of This World

Limited facts about objects in the solar system are presented in simple sentences for beginning readers. The two-page illustrations feature images of the planets, the sun, and occasionally spacecraft on eye-catching starry black backgrounds. A chart comparing the featured body to earth’s temperature, atmosphere, and other conditions concludes each book. Reading list, Glos., ind.

Index
Glossary of key words
Table of contents
Author/Illustrator biography
Full-color photographs