Space A Children’s Encyclopedia (Dk Reference)

September 3, 2019 - Comment

Blast off into space and discover the planets in our Solar System and beyond in this jam-packed encyclopedia for children.Learn what living in space is like for an astronaut, then take a whirl around planet Earth and the moon. Then go beyond where any human has gone before, and marvel at the red, rocky landscape

Blast off into space and discover the planets in our Solar System and beyond in this jam-packed encyclopedia for children.Learn what living in space is like for an astronaut, then take a whirl around planet Earth and the moon. Then go beyond where any human has gone before, and marvel at the red, rocky landscape of Mars and the truly magnificent icy rings of Saturn. Venture onwards to the farthest depths of the Milky Way Galaxy, and beyond to the biggest and brightest stars light years away.Packed with out-of-this-world pictures from NASA and ESA missions, kids will explore our Universe as never before., With exclusive interviews, incredible facts, coupled with awesome photographic spreads, Space A Children’s Encyclopedia will teach children everything they need to know about space.This incredible space book is perfect for space enthusiasts and budding astronomers. It contains everything you ever wanted to know about space.

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Anonymous says:

Happy mum I bought for my 12 year old son as he is home schooled and doing planets and the solar system. Very pleased as the book is very informative. Great as my son has to do research.

Anonymous says:

Great present for a child I bought this for a 10-year-old nephew who had expressed an interest in space. This book was so good I almost kept it for myself! It is full of beautiful colour plates and easy explanations. Just after he received this for his birthday, he was allowed to stay up late and watch this year’s (2013) display of the Perseid meteor shower. Both the book and the meteors have stimulated his hirst for knowledge about the world about and above us. An excellent present for a child of any age.

Anonymous says:

A present I nearly kept for myself. I bought this for my six year old grandson who was beginning a school project on astronomy. I am old enough to remember when skies were not amber, but awesome velvet black with countless stars and while I never got beyond identifying Orion, the Plough and the Pole star I never forgot the sense of wonder the night sky inspired.I could happily have kept the book for myself but I hope that my grandson will return to it time and again long after the school project is over. It is packed with…

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