Douglas B. Sands

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Jules Verne himself would revel in [Pieces of Another World: The Story of Moon Rocks , a] fascinating account of the moon rocks. There is a sense of real discovery on every page. An absolute must for the young geologist, astronomer or space scientist, the book gives insight into...

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Jules Verne himself would revel in [Pieces of Another World: The Story of Moon Rocks, a] fascinating account of the moon rocks. There is a sense of real discovery on every page. An absolute must for the young geologist, astronomer or space scientist, the book gives insight into the interplay of the most precise scientific work and the theories this work promotes.

Douglas B. Sands, "'Pieces of Another World: The Story of Moon Rocks'," in Appraisal: Science Books for Young People (copyright © 1973 by the Children's Science Book Review Committee), Vol. 6, No. 3, Fall, 1973, p. 9.

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