The book explains our origins, but it puts our struggles and everyday problems in the context of the universe.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (PRWEB) October 27, 2016
Fact is stranger than fiction, proven as humanity travels thousands of miles an hour without many taking the moment to reflect on this incredible experience.
The Farmer’s Guide to Astronomy, a new book by B. E Chenault, illustrates some of most interesting aspects of astronomy and the way it shapes human experience.
Chenault uses his knack for storytelling, honed over a lengthy reporting career, to present unique, easy-to-understand examples of the ways in which humans interact with the universe in which they live.
“Most people don’t want to be strictly educated: they want to be entertained,” claimed Chenault. “I have compiled facts and stories, all of them unusual, and presented them in a way that intimately ties in the human experience.”
The idea of space exploration captured the public’s imagination long ago; The Farmer’s Guide to Astronomy taps into this curiosity with interesting ideas for readers to consider. Specifically, the public is generally unaware of Apophis, but the asteroid’s projected Friday the 13th is sure to soon garner attention.
“The book explains our origins, but it puts our struggles and everyday problems in the context of the universe,” Chenault said.
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The Farmer’s Guide to Astronomy
By B. E Chenault
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Authorhouse
About the author
Blake is an emerging author living in the Sacramento area whose book provides easy-to-understand lessons of science in the world around us.
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