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My Light av Molly Bang
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My Light (urspr publ 2004; utgåvan 2004)

av Molly Bang (Författare)

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The sun narrates an explanation of light and energy in which the generation of electricity can be traced back to it. Tiny yellow dots represent the sun's power as it streams from light, water, wind, and electricity. Endnotes are used to illuminate everything from dark matter to atoms to pollution.
Medlem:laurentravers
Titel:My Light
Författare:Molly Bang (Författare)
Info:Scholastic, Inc. (2004)
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My Light av Molly Bang (2004)

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This book starts off by talking about the sun, and how it is the golden star and how it warms the land and water, and how the water forms to make clouds. It then talks about how the energy in the clouds turn to rain, and how rain is added to our waterways. From there, it talks about electricity and how it powers our cities and communities. It talks about hydroelectricity, turbine electricity, photosynthesis, and how the sun is the fuel for trees, plants, and animals, and how this feeds our organisms. It also talks about fossil fuels and coal. This is a great book for all ages because it talks about very complex ideas and processes, but in a way that is understandable by young beings. It is also supplemented with detailed illustrations that are easy for children to view and relate to. ( )
  etaborski16 | Nov 5, 2019 |
This book is written in first person from the perspective of the sun. The books starts by the sun introducing itself and where it is, and goes on to explain where its light/heat/energy travels throughout the course of the day. I think this book would be great for the third grade range. I like this book because it is written pretty simply, and make the content clear and easy to understand. The pictures are also good because most of the are diagrams but illustrated in an interesting way. I would use this in a third grade classroom when talking about energy and what we get from the sun (light, heat, energy). ( )
  aswilley16 | Oct 31, 2019 |
Recommended by Pam W.

Narrated in first person by the sun, this book describes the water cycle and electricity, including coal, wind and solar power. ( )
  JennyArch | Jan 16, 2019 |
Summary: This book walks through the different aspects of energy caused by sunlight. It is written from the perspective of the sun so it takes a non traditional view. This book also talks about energy in water, plants, and coal.
Thoughts: I absolutely loved this book. I thought both the content and illustrations were highly engaging. I also really like that although it was informative, it was still engaging and the storyline kept you wanting more.
Use/Strategy:
- Teach about writing with perspective and voice
- Teach about the sun and how it affects earth
- Talk about space and how the earth orbits
- Teach about electricity ( )
  khadijab | Sep 10, 2018 |
This book takes us through different types of energy and shows, using images, how they are made. It starts broad looking at our sun, then it goes more narrow into how we get our own light. The sun heats the water into clouds, the clouds rain into rivers which flow into dams which creates energy which flows through wires to us. Also, the sun creates changes in air temperature which produces wind which is picked up by wind turbines. And finally, the book talks about how plants uses the sun too. Basically, it is a book about the energy the sun makes.
I could see this book being useful and helpful in teaching about energy from K-3rd grade. We would use it to explore the stars, the sun, and where we get this thing called energy. ( )
  Bcruz14 | Sep 3, 2017 |
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