Solar Power: Capturing the Sun's Energy

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Scholastic Incorporated, Aug 28, 2018 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Though it lies nearly 100 million miles away, the sun nourishes all life on Earth with its powerful energy.

The sun is by far the most abundant source of energy on the planet. It keeps us warm, it helps plants grow, and it's even a great way to generate electricity. Readers (Grades 3-5) will learn all about solar power, from how it reaches our planet to which technology we use to capture its energy.

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Laurie Brearley has written and edited numerous children's books and articles on a wide range of topics in science and social studies. She holds degrees from the University of New Hampshire and Boston University. Brearley believes that learning is a lifelong pursuit. She currently lives in Binghamton, New York, and is proud to be a descendant of David Brearley, one of the signers of the U.S. Constitution.