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Read ↠ And Its Name Is Pluto ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub è Random HouseSchwartz Wade has acuired world rights to Alice McGinty's And Its Name Is Pluto The Story of Venetia Burney illustrated by Elizabeth Haidle a nonfiction picture book about how an 11 year old girl gave the planet Pluto its name Publication is pHow an 11 year old girl gave the planet Pluto its name Publication is planned for summer 201. It's not what you know it's who you know like a grandfather who's a friend of someone in the Royal Astronomical Society Venetia suggests Planet X be named Pluto and has to wait a long time while it sifts through the channels until it reaches Clyde Tombaugh at the Lowell Observatory who likes the idea As a reward her grandfather gives Venetia's school the money to purchase a gramophone that they name Pluto It's a sweet story with very good illustrations that might work in storytime as the text is simple and direct

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Random HouseSchwartz Wade has acuired world rights to Alice McGinty's And Its Name Is Pluto. Pluto everyone's favorite underdog received its mythology inspired name from a bright inuisitive eleven year old girl whose grandfather had connections with notable astronomers When I placed a library reuest on this picture book biography I expected that it told the story of a woman scientist but the unexpected true story of schoolgirl Venetia Burney naming a planet is even interesting The author and illustrator convey this uniue history in an attractive child friendly way and the author's note in the back confirms that the book is historically accurate and did not take imaginative liberties I like everything about this book and highly recommend it to kids educators librarians and adults who enjoy juvenile nonfiction

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And Its Name Is PlutoThe Story of Venetia Burney illustrated by Elizabeth Haidle a nonfiction picture book about. This picture book tells the life story of Venetia Burney the girl who is credited with suggesting the name for Pluto upon its discovery Its chronological retell of this life story integrates factual components of Pluto's discovery with beautiful illustrations that demonstrate Venetia's story The pairing of dramatic illustrations including panels two page spreads and color contrast with the elouent description of Venetia's life story make for an excellent retell of Venetia's taleI love the way this book uses color to enhance the important events in Venetia's life During important events in the book the characters stand out from the background and panels in drastic color differences The author's use of description within the book paired with captions and re created handwritten letters conveys information in an exciting and accessible wayIf you enjoy this book you'll enjoy McGinty's Ghandi A March to the Sea While the visual elements in these two texts differ greatly the author's craft overlaps through the telling of a touching story in a way that zooms in on varied timeline events intenselyThis book touches on the social justice issue of women euality and giving women eual credit for discoveries in science I would use this book in the classroom to discuss the varied discoveries and additions that women have added to the scientific world