M. B. Sailsbury
[Experiments in Sky Watching] can be recommended for young people from the upper elementary thru high school age and is worthwhile adult reading also. The proposed experiments are designed to lead to discovery instead of routine learning…. The material is presented in an unusually clear manner which suggests investigations and simple studies which one may make in order to comprehend the "stars," their positions, and motions.
M. B. Sailsbury, "Basic Knowledge for the Science Minded," in Chicago Tribune (© 1959 Chicago Tribune), November 1, 1959, p. 42.∗