1898 Sun, Moon, and Stars Astronomy for Beginners
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Agnes Giberne (1845 - 1939) was a prolific British author who wrote fiction with moral or religious themes for children and also books on astronomy for young people. Educated by governesses in Europe and England after her father Major Charles Giberne retired from service in India, Agnes Giberne started publishing didactic novels and short stories with improving themes under her initials A.G., some of it for the Religious Tract Society. Later she used her full name for her fiction, for her well-received works on astronomy and the natural world, and for her biography of the children's writer Charlotte Maria Tucker. Most of her writing was done before 1910.
In a full leather binding. Externally smart with some fading to the spine. Internally firmly bound. Pages are clean and bright throughout.
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