A beautiful night sky inspires Wondercat to try to find the brightest star. His questions illuminate the differences between a planet and a star, and he learns why the brightest star in the sky – the sun – can’t be seen at night. Further questions reveal fascinating facts about the sun and its light: why there are shadows, how objects can be in their own shadow and how this fact explains day and night.
In the “Wonder World of Science” series, join Wondercat, a curious animated kitten whose whimsical questions encourage young viewers to explore the limitless wonders of the world of science. This fun and informative series delightfully illustrates that the pursuit of scientific knowledge, through careful observation, thoughtful comparisons, and well-supported conclusions can be an exciting adventure. “Features snappy openers and and clear, animated illustrations.” – Booklist. Produced by Bill Walker productions. A Coronet release.
11 minutes • Color