Friday, 30 October 2015

bneath the clouds of Venus by John O'Brien

Learning about the planets
Fact (Non-Fiction)
Venus is completely covered in clouds There is no life on venus, there is   sand, air and the rain.   
Venus is much brighter than any stars, and is often seen in  the west, just after sunset, There were floating islands on those ocean and waves as high as the mountain.    

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