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See below for a selection of the latest books from Space (Children's / Teenage) category. Presented with a red border are the Space (Children's / Teenage) books that have been lovingly read and reviewed by the experts at Lovereading. With expert reading recommendations made by people with a passion for books and some unique features Lovereading will help you find great Space (Children's / Teenage) books and those from many more genres to read that will keep you inspired and entertained. And it's all free!
What do 24 hours look like beyond our skies, where the sun and stars can be seen at the same time? In the latest edition under Viction-Viction's best-selling Day & Night series, young readers are invited to explore the exciting possibilities of life in outer space by taking a closer look at what (extra-)terrestrials get up to across two illustrated 1.4-metre panoramas. From interplanetary adventures on rockets and spaceships to satellite capsules and stations that teem with activities, this book offers a fun glimpse into the future and different dimensions through interesting facts, challenging puzzles, and compelling visuals that glow in the dark.
Perfect to share with babies, this board book follows three little astronauts on an adventure. With a sparkly cover and fun tabs to pull. The bright artwork and dynamic text make this a great playtime book, and the double pull-tabs are fun and help children with their developing eyesight and coordination. The story focuses on friendship and play - in space! The super space story and lots of sounds to make - whoosh! - make the book easy to use and encourage carer and child interaction. Also available: Out of this World , Zoom to the Moon, Blast Off!
This very first lift-the-flap book of constellations brings space to young children in a fun, interactive way. Perfect to share with babies! Go on an adventure and meet the Great Bear, the Unicorn and the big growly Lion in this sweet lift-the-flap book that brings constellations to life. Great for bringing big ideas to little ones. The sparkly cover, simple text and recognisable, friendly creatures make the book fun to use and encourage carer and child interaction. Also available: Out of this World , Zoom to the Moon, Blast Off!
A stylishly illustrated non-fiction book about the search for life on Mars, told from the unique perspective of NASA's Mars rover, Curiosity. Discover the incredible story of the search for life on Mars, told from the unique perspective of Curiosity, the Mars Rover sent to explore the red planet. Markus Motum's stylish illustrations and diagrams reveal how a robot travelled 350,000,000 miles to explore a planet where no human has ever been. Shortlisted for the Klaus Flugge Prize 2018.
A Child's Introduction to the Night Sky is the perfect introduction to the always fascinating world of astronomy. Children ages eight and up will find out what astronomers have learned (and are still discovering), what astronauts and scientists explore, and what they can find by gazing up into the sky at night. Author Michael Driscoll explains how stars are born, the achievements of the great scientists, the history of space exploration, the story of our solar system, the myths behind the constellations, how to navigate the night sky, and more. Whimsical color illustrations throughout and handy definitions and sidebars help engage younger readers and develop their interest. Also included are a nifty star finder tool and fun glow-in-the-dark stickers.
Science fiction meets science fact in this fully illustrated hilarious book from one of the UK and Ireland's best-loved comedians. Genuinely qualified space expert, Dara O Briain, is here with all the answers to help you sort your science fiction from your science fact. Includes: * how life begins in the first place * how Earth was created * whether aliens might exist elsewhere in the Solar System * the search for other planets like our own * how we could possibly ever get there and . . . * would we really meet aliens? Alongside this runs the hilarious, but not very true story of Clara and her cat, Sputnik, who will join you on the journey of the book to help take you from novice alien-hunter to bona-fide space expert, with a brilliant final twist! So, is there anybody out there? NO. (Well, maybe.) And do aliens really exist? Probably. (Possibly.) As presenter of STARGAZING LIVE, MOCK THE WEEK and ROBOT WARS, Dara O Briain is one of the UK and Ireland's best-loved comedians and TV stars.
THE STORY OF THE HUMAN JOURNEY TO SPACE Long before anyone had designed a rocket, the Montgolfier brothers were making hot air balloons. In October 1783, they became the first people to experience controlled flight. Balloon to the Moon starts there and leads to Neil Armstrong's 'small step' and beyond. But why stop there? Learn about the great innovations of the past, then get ready for BLAST OFF into an unknown but exciting future.