Look Inside Space

Publisher: Usborne

Review

This interactive lift-the-flap book is a lovely introduction to space. Start on Earth and take a rocket up beyond the sky to swoop past the moon, then explore the sun and stars, our solar system and the galaxy. Each page has lots of things to discover, from the moon landings to the history of star gazing, and readers can even take a peek inside the space station.

The facts are informative, perfect for those who are new to the subject of space, and use language that is straightforward and accessible for younger readers. Lots of sturdy flaps on every page gives the opportunity to dig deeper and learn a little more. Find out how stars and planets are made, why the moon seems to change shape, and what's in the very middle of the Milky Way galaxy.

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