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A Black Hole is NOT a Hole

CRITICS HAVE SAID

  • "Oh, my stars! As the cover proclaims, a black hole may not be an actual hole, but readers will be glad they fell into this book. " – Kirkus Reviews
  • "While this won’t get you into a graduate level physics class, it is a great starting point for younger readers. Beautiful illustrations of the universe keep the text from getting too heavy. Highly recommended." – Children
  • "This introduction to black holes takes readers from simple to complex by dropping definitions and information slowly and clearly into the lively narrative." – School Library Journal

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  • Jefferis, David. Black Holes: And Other Bizarre Space Objects. Crabtree Pub Co, 2006.