Destination: Space

Publisher: Wide Eyed Editions

Review

Are you ready to go on the most exciting adventure in the universe? Hop on board and learn about everything from the birth of the universe as we know it, from the planets, gravity and the milky way to black holes, earth's magnetic field, manned space exploration, and much more.

This slightly 1950s-style illustrated guide to space is a visual treat with its striking blue, black and purple colour tones and a new subject on every double-page spread, making it an ideal source to dip into for research or to read for pleasure all the way through. Information is organised in bite-sized amounts, clearly displayed in boxes and leaving plenty of room for the illustrations to draw children into the wonder and magic of space and science.

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