Did You Know?
•The moon has 27% of the diameter of the Earth, and 60% of its density.
•The largest moon crater is about 8 miles deep and almost 1,400 miles wide.
•The moon has many volcanic features, and the moon’s surface is primarily dried lava.
In The Moon: Fantastic Facts, Photos, and Trivia about Our Moon for Kids, you’ll discover what it’s like on the moon’s surface. You’ll also discover how the moon’s craters were formed, and why the moon is so different from our own planet.
Photos, illustrations, and exciting facts reveal: the many different types of moon craters, the near and far side of the moon, why the moon has phases, and much more!
The Moon: Fantastic Facts, Photos, and Trivia about Our Moon for Kids is for children ages 7-10, with short chapters that both parents and younger children will also enjoy. Find out more about the mysterious moon, and discover an exciting and informative reading experience.