What Makes Day and Night - Franklyn Mansfield Branley - Google книгиThank you! How the earth is submerged in light and darkness each day, how we experience sunrise, day, sunset and night is explained in the simplest of terms, and reinforced by an experiment the child can easily perform. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again. Be the first to discover new talent! Each week, our editors select the one author and one book they believe to be most worthy of your attention and highlight them in our Pro Connect email alert.
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Daytime is when you can see the sun from where you are, and its light and heat can reach you. We get day and night because the Earth spins or rotates on an imaginary line called its axis and different parts of the planet are facing towards the Sun or away from it. It takes 24 hours for the world to turn all the way around, and we call this a day. Over a year, the length of the daytime in the part of the Earth where you live changes. Days are longer in the summer and shorter in the winter. As the Earth moves around the Sun it rotates on its axis, so we have day and night. The side of the Earth facing the Sun is bathed in light and heat daytime.