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A companion volume to the bestselling Yoga Pretzels, this innovative product combines yoga poses, activities and ideas to inspire children to have fun, stay healthy and grow more aware of how to care for themselves and our planet.
Here again is the extraordinary bestselling book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating-- one that remains a complete guide for eating well in the 90s. Featuring: simple rules for a healthy diet; a streamlined, easy-to-use format; delicious food combinations of protein-rich meals without meat; hundreds of wonderful recipes, and much more.
Galaxy reading books are a wonderful collection of fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays to capture the interest of every child, helping to develop a life-long love of reading. The children in this book pick different fruits to make a delicious and healthy picnic: apples, pears, strawberries and raspberries. A great introduction to understanding where our food comes from for very young learners. Reading age: 4-5
Every year, health organizations bombard consumers with what they cant eatsalt, sugar, and fat are some of the usual suspects. But what about what we can eat? Readers will enjoy a welcome shift in perspective as they learn the tasty, healthy foods they should be eating, including vegetables, dairy, and even cocoa! With full-color photographs and easy-to-follow recipes, readers will devour information about the health properties of carrots, the inventive ways to use yogurt, and perhaps even the tenacity needed to bake bread. Fact boxes offer even more tasty tidbits to ready readers for lunch!
A new and detailed picture of Mercury is emerging thanks to NASA s MESSENGER mission that spent four years in orbit about the Sun s innermost planet. Comprehensively illustrated by close-up images and other data, the author describes Mercury s landscapes from a geological perspective: from sublimation hollows, to volcanic vents, to lava plains, to giant thrust faults. He considers what its giant core, internal structure and weird composition have to tell us about the formation and evolution of a planet so close to the Sun. This is of special significance in view of the discovery of so many exoplanets in similarly close orbits about their stars. Mercury generates its own magnetic field, like the Earth (but unlike Venus, Mars and the Moon), and the interplay between Mercury s and the Sun s magnetic field affects many processes on its surface and in the rich and diverse exosphere of neutral and charged particles surrounding the planet.
There is much about Mercury that we still don t understand. Accessible to the amateur, but also a handy state-of-the-art digest for students and researchers, the book shows how our knowledge of Mercury developed over the past century of ground-based, fly-by and orbital observations, and looks ahead at the mysteries remaining for future missions to explore."
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