Author- Dr. Jason Lisle
Published by- Master Books, A Division of New Leaf Publishing Group
Number of pages- 240
Age Group- All ages (young children will like the pictures and readers will enjoy learning)
Description of book- hardback, list price $34.99, ISBN: 978-0-89051-641-6
Do you like looking at the stars and the night sky? Do you want to learn more about the entire night sky? This book will help you learn all that you want and need.
- Learn how to choose the best telescope.
- Explore 150 full-color illustrations.
- Learn about different celestial events such as, eclipses, meteor showers, and solar system dust.
Read this book, then check out the night sky.
About the Author-
Dr. Jason Lisle is a creation scientist who discusses topics such as Einstein’s relativity, problems with the big bang, astronomy, and dinosaurs. He has a PhD in Astro-physics and is the Director of Research for the Institute for Creation Research. You can reach Dr. Jason Lisle at his website www.icr.org.
I thought this book had wonderful pictures and information. My son and I had fun looking at the book together. We learned about the analema, Haley’s Comet, eclipses, sun dogs, and moon dogs. I know that we will use this book for many years to come.
My favorite chapter is the one about astronomy with the unaided eye. One of the best parts was all the diagrams of the night skies. I’m glad I live in the Northern Hemisphere, because the diagrams were geared towards those living at mid-northern latitudes.
There was a lot of great information in this entire book for an amateur astronomer. The chapter on astrophotography was one that I need to share with my sister, because she enjoys taking pictures of the night sky.
This book would be useful for homeschoolers and amateur astronomers. I highly recommend this book.
Disclosure- I received The Stargazer’s Guide to the Night Sky by Dr. Jason Lisle for free from Master Books. All links were current when posted. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I’m disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.