The man of Steel takes readers on a fantastic journey around the wonders of our Earth and solar system....
|Title||:||Superman's Guide to The Universe|
|Number of Pages||:||48 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Superman's Guide to The Universe Reviews
A combination of fiction and non fiction, Superman's Guide to the Universe, explores the universe with accurate facts while also throwing in references to the comic book's storyline. This book takes a look at all the planets and moons in the universe giving infomation about the planets, mankinds' knowledge of space, and interesting facts about the entire universe. I was a little hesitant when picking up this book, I wasn't sure if it was going to be worth reading but even on the first page I was suprised to find a pleasing mixture of fact and fiction. It was a really neat way to learn about the solar system and the universe and also learning about superman and why he is the way he is. Jackie Gaff wrote an amazing informative book that was solely made for children. The kids probably won't even know they are learning as they explore the universe with the memorable characters of the Justice Leauge. I would highly suggest this to any parent or teacher who wants their kids to learn about the universe.
A very fun intro to the mysteries of the universe. Though slightly outdated (Pluto is, sadly, no longer a planet) I think my students will enjoy reading about the JLA alongside space facts. Of course, I found the facts about superheroes more puzzling than the mysteries of the universe: Superman Red and Blue? What?