A Black Hole is Not a Hole

A Black Hole is Not a Hole

by Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano

This is a great introduction to the extremely complex concept of black holes. The author not only explains what they are, but how they form, where they are located and what would happen if a person were to visit one. It also gives the historic timeline of scientific theories and discoveries regarding black holes. This beautifully illustrated book is highly informative, but it also makes the concept of black holes clear and easy to understand. The pictures, as well as the engaging content, will keep readers of all ages hooked through the end.

Patti Eaton Recommended by Patti Eaton Children's Services Assistant Manager

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