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January 06, 2005


On the other hand, our 2-year-old learned all the planet names in less than a week. I think that's incredible.

Wow, this sounds like a cool book. Errors aside, I'll definitely take a look at it.

Since the 1969 moon landing, do illustrators still depict the "face" of the moon? I haven't seen it lately, but then again I haven't read many kids' books myself for a few years (my daughter's starting to get adult lit).

I meant face only figuratively, as in the surface of the moon that's very familiar to us. Whether artists render an actual face depends on the book -- since this is a science text, I would expect it to be factual. A storybook might be more whimsical. Thanks for stopping by.

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