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See Inside Space

4.42 of 5 stars 4.42  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  6 reviews
What's in Space? Where did it come from? And how do we know? From the beginning of time to future space missions, unfold our amazing universe and see inside its secrets.
Hardcover, 16 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Usborne Books (first published October 31st 2008)
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I stumbled across this book in my local book shop and couldn't resist it.

It is a factual book which helps readers explore the furthest reaches of our universe. It helps the reader to understand how it began and where Earth is placed among the stars. This book includes double page spreads of the Big Bang, how the first suns and planets were formed and our very own solar system.

This book imparts knowledge in small, bite-sized pieces, and includes flaps that you lift in order to discover more. My
A very tactile book, ‘with over 50 flaps to lift and a little book of star maps’ to enthuse. Probably more suited for lower KS2, it takes the reader through a journey of space and all its wonders. It starts with the big bang; tells the story of how we know what we know, our galaxy, our solar system, space travel, before finishing on stargazing. The book couples science with a little history in a cohesive format. It has fun illustrations to keep the reader engaged and plenty of interesting facts ...more
Excellent basic science book about space. Nice illustrations and explains concepts well. My son loves finding and lifting all the little flaps, and it led to him asking some tough questions too, which is great. Only complaint is sometimes the print is difficult to read against the dark blue background.
Nov 26, 2009 Ken rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: children interested in science or astronomy
Recommended to Ken by: Melissa
This is a great way to introduce children to outer space. Parent beware! The kiddos are going to ask you what everything is.
Oh dear. A book with an amazing art and one of my favourite topics ever: space.
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