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National Geographic Angry Birds Space: A Furious Flight Into the Final Frontier

4.02 of 5 stars 4.02  ·  rating details  ·  55 ratings  ·  10 reviews
It's one small step for birds, one giant leap for birdkind...

Blast off with the Angry Birds as they fly through space on an intergalactic rescue mission! Evil space piggies have stolen their eggs and are hiding them somewhere in outer space. To save them, the Angry Birds have teamed up with National Geographic to learn all they can about planets, moons, stars, galaxies, an
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 20th 2012 by National Geographic (first published 2012)
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A HUGE hit!

This book keeps disappearing off my desk! I had to get a second copy, just so I could look at it for more than ten minutes before one of my kids stole it. Still, that wasn't enough (I have two boys...they both wanted it!).

Remember life before Angry Birds? No, me neither. But those geniuses over at Rovio keep thinking up clever new ways of having these colorful birds to crash into obnoxious pigs. This time, however, the game took a big turn. The rules of gravity have changed, my frie
Very informative and entertaining!!
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This is a cute book to explain space to kids. With all the cute angry bird graphics it keeps you interested as they explain nebulae, stars and black holes. A nice, short, and concise book on space, perfect for my 8 and 10 year old (a little too old for my 5 year old).
Big hit with six-year old! I learned a few things too, but as an actual 'textbook', I would rate this 'advanced', as it occasionally assumes previous knowledge of astronomy in order to keep the topics on one page.
This book is going to be a big hit when book talked. It has great pictures and interesting facts. It is fun for those just learning about space and for those taking a refresher course.
Zelfs voor kinderen is dit barslecht. Geen context en nauwelijks uitleg. Een reclameboekske voor Angry Birds.
Great Book especially because I live science .. well mainly astroomy!!! So many interesting facts !!
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Great story for kids. My son and I had a fun time with this one.
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