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Mr. Simon your books are very inspireing your books are so interseting!!!!! I was so excited that you visited James Fallon Ellementry School!!!!!!! I’m a student there thanks for your visited our school or should i say skyped with my school thanks for donating your time bye!!!!

Posted by Gabriella  on  02/01  at  10:32 AM

Dear Mr.Simon,

    I had a great time when you came to have a virtural visit with us. I did noit know you right away as an author. Now that I know about your books i think you are an amazing author! I wish i kmew about you before I would of read all pf your books! My favorite book is Strange Mysteries! Thank you coming to visit.
           
                            From,
                                Abby

Posted by abby  on  02/01  at  11:29 AM

Hi, i love your amzing books. Science is my favorite subject!

Posted by Becky  on  02/01  at  12:03 PM

Dear Mr. Simon,

I hoped you enjoyed comming to our school! Thanks for comming! I love your books . My favorite is strange mysteries tjey are so cool

From ,Nicole grin  smile

Posted by Nicole  on  02/03  at  08:35 AM

Mr.Simon

i am a big fan of your inspiring books! you will come to my school next week!

                      from,
                        anna
PS i entered 3 cheers for Pluto!

Posted by Anna  on  02/03  at  07:05 PM

pluto is 39 times as far from the sun as earth is. smilepluto cannot be seen from earth without a telascope. smile pluto is a far off icy body in our solar sistum. smile

Posted by chris  on  02/07  at  09:37 AM

Hi Seymour Simon! Here’s three facts about Pluto.
Number one fact about Pluto, Pluto is named after a god, not a dog
If you think Pluto is named after a Disney character, you’re wrong. It’s actually named after the Roman god of the underworld. And Charon is the ferryman who carries souls across the river Styx.

When it was first discovered, Pluto was just given the name Planet X, but then the discoverers needed to come up with something better and more permanent. The name Pluto was suggested by Venetia Burney, an 11-year old school girl in oxford, England. She thought it was a good name for such a cold, dark world.It was passed along to the discoverers and they liked it enough to make it official.
Fact number two, You’d think that Charon orbits Pluto, but actually, Pluto and Charon orbit a common point in space. In the case of the Earth and the Moon, we actually orbit a common point, but that spot exists inside the Earth. In the case of Pluto and Charon, however, that common point is above the surface of Pluto.

Before Pluto was downgraded to a dwarf planet, astronomers were thinking of classifying it as a binary planet system. And then as a binary dwarf planet system. Perhaps that will help it recover some of its lost glory.
Last fact, You might have heard that Pluto has a large moon called Charon (more on that later), but did you know that it actually has 3 moons in total. Charon is the large one, with a mass of roughly half that of Pluto’s.

Two additional moons, Nix and Hydra, were discovered by astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope on May 15, 2005. They were originally called S/2005 P1 and S/2005 P2, and then given their final names on June 21, 2006.

They took a long time to discover because they’re so tiny. Nix is only 46 km across, while Hydra is 61 km across.
Wish I could say more facts but that’s three hope you like it
Bye Seymour Simon!!!

Posted by Alicia  on  02/07  at  01:39 PM

Dear Semor Simon
I love all your books the one I like the one about Dolphins I love the cool facts and pictures.I hope you com next year because your books are AWESOME I have 2 from library.I love the video of the paper air plane what inspired you to be an awesome drawer and writer I love all your books
                        From
                          Mia in Mrs.Rodriguez

Posted by Mia  on  02/07  at  05:34 PM

The moose are in danger!
  We should all help to save the wild moose of Alaska. They are dropping population rapidly. They are being hit by cars and trains because they have nowhere to travel with all the snow the only place they have is highways and train tracks.

Posted by boby  on  02/08  at  12:11 PM

can i just say i really enjoyed your website, the designis great and te vanigation very intuitive. however can i humbly suggest a white background with black text would be much better for your visitors.

Posted by immersivemedia  on  04/22  at  04:34 AM
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