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Week of March 5, 2001

Quote of the Week


"Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right." -- Henry Ford, U.S. industrialist. Ford revolutionized the automobile industry and founded Ford Motors. Read about Henry Ford or read a book about Henry Ford.

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Picture of the Week


Three Galileos are better than one! Galileo, Galileo, and Galileo hang out in front of the
Reuben H. Fleet Science Center in Balboa Park, San Diego.The Science Center offers a variety of educational programs and hands-on interactive exhibits for people of all ages to enjoy! Learn about Galileo and the visit the Science Center.

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Feature Book in Association with amazon.com


Schoolhouse Rock! - Science Rock

This video is featured in our Schoolhouse Rock! Bookstore. Every child should own a copy of the Schoolhouse Rock Collection. Fun, cartoon videos and catchy, sing-along songs will stick with you for the rest of your life - who can forget "Conjunction Junction, what's your function?" Don't be left out when your friends sing "Do The Circulation" and "The Energy Blues." Also available: America Rock, Grammar Rock, Multiplication Rock, Schoolhouse Rock CDs.

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Trivia Question


This Week's Trivia Question:

Question: Where was Florence Nightingale born?

Last Week's Trivia Question:
Question: Who was the first African American Supreme Court Justice?

Answer: Thurgood Marshall was the first African American Supreme Court Justice. President Lyndon Johnson nominated Marshall for the U.S. high court in 1967. Before this appointment, Marshall was a Civil Rights Attorney. He appeared before the Supreme Court as an attorney in 32 cases, and he won 29 of these cases, including Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka in 1954. Read a book about Thurgood Marshall.

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Did You Know…

Did you know Robert E. Lee's father was a close friend of George Washington?

Yes, Robert E. Lee's father was General Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee. Light Horse Harry was an American Revolutionary War hero. He was with General George Washington when the British surrendered at Yorktown, Virginia, in 1781. Light Horse Harry spoke at George Washington's funeral and described Washington as "first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his countrymen." Read about the Revolutionary War…

Photos from Left to Right: George Washington, Robert E. Lee Bear, Henry "Light Horse Harry" Lee.

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Who's Your Hero?


"My twin sister is my hero, and I am her hero. It's fun having someone so special in my life."
-- Britney from Vancouver

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Your Question


Q: What is a blue moon? (Samatha from Colorado)

A: When there is a second full moon in the same month, the second full moon is called a blue moon. A full moon is the phase of the moon when it is fully illuminated. On average, it takes the moon 29 days 12 hours 44 minutes to orbit the earth. Therefore, a full moon occurs every 29.53 days. Since the moon's orbit is approximately one month long, it is rare to have a two full moons in the same month. This is why the saying "once in a blue moon" means something hardly ever happens.

However, after futher study, there may be another definition of a blue moon. One report states a blue moon is not the second full moon of a calendar month, but instead it may have a connection with the four seaons of the year.

In any event, did you know the moon is 238,855 miles from Earth and its gravity is one-sixth that of Earth? Did you know the moon was formed over 4.6 billion years ago?
Read a book about the Moon…

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