The World's Easiest Astronomy Book
Swamy Swarna
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By Swamy Swarna
Published on 10/13/2009
This is a review of a small book with the catchy title - The World's Easiest Astronomy Book. It is a good book for children and parents to explore together our solar system, stars etc.

Review of a good book on Astronomy
Title: The World's Easiest Astronomy Book

Author: Hitoshi Nakagawa

Publisher: One Peace Books

ISBN: 978-0-9785084-4-9

Genre: Non-Fiction / Popular Science / Astronomy / Children

Presentation: Paper Back

The book is an introduction to astrnomy. It certainly lives up to it's title. It is simple to read and holds the reader's interest well. It is a small book and can be read while waiting for a flight or while travelling to the office etc.

You may find it useful when your children or grandchildren (or your students for that matter) come to you with questions about space, solar system, moon and stars etc. Of course it is a good gift for giving to children to read at their own pace.

It is well printed and is strongly recommended to individual homes and schools.

The author is a Japanese Aerospace Development Specialist turned high school teacher.