National Geographic Kids Reader: Meteors

The easy way to see fireballs streaking through the sky. Hot facts and close-up photos. No drizzle or cold feet. Meteors create amazing ‘shooting star’ displays. Perhaps you’ve seen them in the sky at night. But what are you really seeing? (Clue: they aren’t really stars at all.) And what would you learn if you could get close to them? We really like how simply this book explains things, with stunning colour photos, lots of fact boxes and a bright picture glossary. There’s even a joke or two. Nobody shows you space like NG.

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