Stories in the Stars (Dot to Dot in the Sky)



[Reading] ➺ Stories in the Stars (Dot to Dot in the Sky) By Joan Marie Galat – E17streets4all.co.uk Look up in the sky There s a flying horse, a queen, and even a dragon The night sky is a treasure trove of stories filled with heroes, wild animals, and adventure It s just a matter of knowing where t Look up in the sky There s a flying horse, a queen, and even a dragon The night sky is a treasure trove of stories filled with heroes, wild animals, and adventure It s just a matter of knowing where to look Fifteen constellations are portrayed in this fun guide to astronomy, from Stories in PDF \ easily recognizable Ursa Major, the big bear, to the distinct stars of Orion, the famous hunter Each constellation features a pronunciation guide, a myth to explain the constellation, and sure fire instructions on how to find each group of stars This ultimate guide to stargazing is the perfect bedtime book just don t expect to get much sleep.Stories in the Stars (Dot to Dot in the Sky)

As a child, Joan Marie Galat spent hours gazing up at the night sky from snow forts and through car windows on long road trips She shares her love of the stars in the Dot to Dot in the Sky series, which combines the science of the night sky with the ancient myths Stories in PDF \ that give the constellations and planets their names Joan s very first writing job sprung from an honourable mention received for entering a poetry contest when she was This led to a weekly question and answer bird column for a weekly newspaper After graduating from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Biological Sciences, Ecology, Joan worked as a naturalist and eventually in radio, becoming an announcer, as well as a news and copy writer Opportunities in radio led to work as an announcer, with Joan eventually turning to writing books and taking on freelance work Now she is the author ofthan books for children and adultsToday Joan operates MoonDot Media a communications business offering writing solutions in broadcast, print, and multi media She edited a quarterly magazine for nine years and has worked on projects that include CBC Radio features and speechwriting, as well as writing exhibit text, web content, and video scripts Joan s favorite type of writing is for children She finds storytelling an ideal way to lure others into sharing her interest in astronomy A frequent visitor to schools and libraries, Joan delights audiences with presentations that include juggling star shaped beanbags to illustrate the concept of falling stars Several of her books have been translated, leading to travel to South Korea to share stories of the night sky and speak at a United Nations event on the environment and the arts The long winter nights and big prairie sky are ideal for stargazing but Joan also enjoys other outdoor pastimes such as kayaking, swimming, nature walks, and day trips leading to her book Day Trips From Edmonton A constant reader, with a fascination in oral and written storytelling, Joan writes from Parkland County near Edmonton, Alberta.

Stories in the Stars ePUB É Stories in  PDF \
    If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader are portrayed in this fun guide to astronomy, from Stories in PDF \ easily recognizable Ursa Major, the big bear, to the distinct stars of Orion, the famous hunter Each constellation features a pronunciation guide, a myth to explain the constellation, and sure fire instructions on how to find each group of stars This ultimate guide to stargazing is the perfect bedtime book just don t expect to get much sleep."/>
  • Paperback
  • 64 pages
  • Stories in the Stars (Dot to Dot in the Sky)
  • Joan Marie Galat
  • English
  • 06 March 2018
  • 1552851826

10 thoughts on “Stories in the Stars (Dot to Dot in the Sky)

  1. says:

    Excellent explanations of where to find the constellations The mythology and other legends behind those constellations are also told as well as what other parts of the world see or saw as part of these constellations IE Cassiopeia in the Middle East was thought to look like a Camel kneeling This book is interspersed with specific star facts related to their constellations I really liked this book.

  2. says:

    A very good beginners guide to the nights stars in the northern hemisphere I m really enthusiastic when it comes to the stars ad constellations and so I would plan to use this book along with a multitude of other materials in my classroom I recommend this for anyone to try and get a better understanding of locating in the nights sky.

  3. says:

    I have been looking for a good star guide for our kids to use this summer during one of the summer reading crafts This one is excellent as it breaks down the constellations so you see one at a time and gives the story of the constellations.

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