By David J. Eicher
Illustrated by Chelen Ecija
Formats and Prices
- Hardcover $19.99 $24.99 CAD
- ebook $12.99 $16.99 CAD
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We are living in a golden age of astronomy and space exploration, with more discoveries about the universe every day. With so many possibilities now open to us, revered science writers Michael E. Bakich and David J. Eicher will take young readers on a journey to the throughout the universe in this latest edition of A Child’s Introduction series.
Perfect for budding explorers aged 8-12, Bakich and Eicher explore the history of space exploration from the very first rocket in China, to the moon landing, to the latest missions to Mars (and beyond). They also include profiles of noteworthy scientists, engineers, and astronauts including Isaac Newton, Neil Armstrong, Mae Carol Jemison; fun sections on space food, UFOs, a timeline of space suits, and how to go to the bathroom in space; and STEM experiments like how to build your own rocket and how to tell time using the sun.
Packed with dozens of NASA photos and charming original illustrations, and a pull-out poster, this fascinating book reveals the wonders of space exploration—past, present and future!
Fun, informative, and exceptionally 'kid friendly' in organization and presentation, A Child's Introduction to Space Exploration: An Explorer's Guide to Rockets, Astronauts, and Life in Zero Gravity is especially and unreservedly recommended for family, daycare center, preschool, elementary school, middle school, and community library Popular Science, Aeronautics, and Space Exploration collections for children ages 8-12.Midwest Book Review
- On Sale
- Sep 20, 2022
- Page Count
- 96 pages
- Black Dog & Leventhal