This is part of an extraordinary essay written by Sasha Sagan, Carl Sagan's daughter. In her very eloquent, extraordinary writing her brilliant parents passed on their intelligence to her as an everlasting gift. She sees the world as I do- which is we are all connected on this planet, and what counts is the present, because that is all we are guaranteed. The more we work together to sustain THE EARTH, and preserve the oceans and allow it to flourish. . .instead of destroying it...the better we all will be....now and in the future. Paulette Le Pore Motzko Was married to a real rocket scientist 15 years.. enough to know every specialty of engineering and how we rely in science and technology for everything from the connections of our smart phones to weather reports to new medical breakthroughs in zero gravity. From a book lover since age four, I couldn't agree with Carl Sagan more! Images found on Pinterest, authors unknown. March 2015
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Newman, L. (2004). Hachiko waits (1st ed.). New York, NY: Henry Holt and Company.
Recommended Age: 8-10
Grade Band: 3-5… 818 more words
Jurnal perjalanan ini sudah basi sebenarnya, ibarat nasi mungkin bukan lagi menjadi bubur tapi sudah berubah bentuk jadi nasi aking atau bahkan rengginang!! Tumpukan tugas kuliah dan kerjaan terlalu galak dan otoriter mengatur kiblat ketikan laptop saya :p… 548 more words
Paperback, 32 pages
Cohen, B. (2005, April 26). Molly’s Pilgrim (Rev. ed.). New York, NY: HarperCollins.
Recommended Age: 6-9 (Booklist)
Grade Band: 2-5 (Amazon) 1,434 more words