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Day Light, Night Light : Where Light Comes from
ILLUSTRATOR
TYPE
AGE
Children's - Grade 1-2, Age 6-7 
READABILITY
3.0 
PAGES
32 p.  
KEYWORDS
 
SUBJECTS
Light 
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ISBN 9780064451710
Publisher Summary
Discusses the properties of light, particularly its source in heat

Moonlight is really sunlight!

Did you know that the moon doesn't make its own light? Instead, it receives light from the sun and reflects it to us on the Earth. Read and find out about how the sun, the stars and light bulbs make light so we can see.Did you know that moonlight is really sunlight? The moon can't make its own light, so it receives light from the sun and then sends it to us here on the Earth.

Any child who's ever wondered about the fascinating properties of light will want to read this classic science title. Readers will even learn how fast light can travel: from the moon to the Earth in less than three seconds! Veteran science author Franklyn M. Branley's lively text and Stacey Schuett's new illustrations combine fun facts and hands-on activities in this accessible introduction to the science of light.

Did you know that moonlight is really sunlight? The moon can't make its own light, so it receives light from the sun and then sends it to us here on the Earth.
 
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