Read What We See in the Stars: An Illustrated Tour of the Night Sky Online Free - A richly illustrated guide to the myths, histories, and science of the celestial bodies of our solar system, with stories and information about constellations, planets, comets, the northern lights, and more.
Combining art, mythology, and science, What We See in the Stars gives readers a tour of the night sky through more than 100 magical pieces of original art, all accompanied by text that weaves related legends and lore with scientific facts. This beautifully packaged book covers the night sky's most brilliant features--such as the constellations, the moon, the bright stars, and the visible planets--as well as less familiar celestial phenomena like the outer planets, nebulae, and deep space. Adults seeking to recapture the magic of youthful stargazing, younger readers interested in learning about natural history and outer space, and those who appreciate beautiful, hand-painted art will all delight in this charming book.
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November 04, 2017
In high school, I was an excellent student in every subject that had to do with Languages, Literature, History and so on and so forth. Maths was the very bane of my existence, Physics and Chemistry were very effective sleeping methods and once or twice, I ‘’fell asleep’’ while I was awake, overlo...
September 30, 2017
We took a family trip to a planetarium last year. The boy child swears that I liked it the most of anyone in the family. (I totally did) But it did give us the 'want to know more' when it comes to looking up at the stars. I snatched up this book when given a chance.
It has images of the constellat...
September 28, 2017
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May 07, 2017
Do you remember looking up at the stars as a kid, being told that is Orion's Belt, Casiopea's Chair or that is the Big Dipper, and all you could see were stars, not the picture the names suggested. And when you looked at reference books, they weren't much better help.
This book is for the kid in u...
November 02, 2017
My word, this book is, first and foremost, STUNNING. The artwork is by far the loveliest I have ever seen in a nonfiction title. Even if you aren't interested in the stars and learning about constellations, I cannot recommend this book enough as a "coffee table" book - one of those that you pick...
November 12, 2017
What We See in the Stars is a fun and educational book about space. I knew before opening this book by Kelsey Oseid that it would be a book full of gorgeous, mainly blue-and-grey watercolor-like illustrations of the sky and all that it contains.
But I wasn’t expecting it to teach me as much as it...
December 07, 2017
What We See in the Stars is a nice little table book filled with incredible art and tons of info about our solar system, the stars beyond and our curiosity.
I initially requested this because I am a bit of a space geek. I never get tired of learning about the universe, and even when it’s...
November 27, 2017
What We See in the Stars took me by surprise. Because I had not seen this book in person before its arrival on my doorstep, I really didn’t know what to expect. Let me tell you this… What We See in the Stars is a gorgeous book. The cover is richly illustrated with beautifully drawn constellations...
November 07, 2017
Kids that like outer space, astronomy, stars, and constellations will love exploring the night sky with What We See in the Stars by Kelsey Oseid.
My kids and I enjoyed several things about this book.
It's Beautifully Illustrated.
If you've followed my blog for any length of time, you'll know I'm a s...
October 07, 2017
Oseid’s work is comprehensive in scope, but simple in format. In her introduction to the constellations, she provides a general overview of constellations and their relation to humans throughout history. For instance, most of the constellations’ names are mythologically based because Ptolemy (the...