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How The Meteorite Got To The Museum By Jessie Hartland

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Brand new and Second-hand copies – Hardcover. This beautifully illustrated children’s book gives the background and history of one specific meteorite (Peekskill) which fell to earth in 1992. good for young children learning to read, has basic information and terminology on meteorites. Great for children and adults too!

A science teacher leading her students through a science museum stops at the display for the Peekskill Meteorite that fell to Earth in New York state on October 9, 1992. As she explains a bit about meteorites, one student raises his hand and asks, “But how did the meteorite get here—to the museum?” With that question the students—as well as readers—are off and running on an adventure of astro-nomical proportions as the teacher begins: “Hundreds of millions of miles from Earth, in deep, dark, cold outer space, there are vast fields of space debris flying around.” The smaller rocks are called meteors, and a meteor that falls to Earth is called a meteorite.

We have a second-hand few copies of this book, all in very good condition. They may be ex library with the usual stamps.

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