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Space

Planets, asteroids, space travel and exploration are just some of the incredible topics you will learn about in this book. Discover what they are, what we know about them and how scientists intend to find out more about them

Hardback, Book. English.
Published London: Franklin Watts, 2016
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Available at Aberfan Library and Bedlinog School.

  • Aberfan Library – One available in Junior space .

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    04080998 Junior space . Junior nonfiction Available
  • Bedlinog School – One available in J520.22/CAL

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    04603796 J520.22/CAL Junior nonfiction Available

Details

ISBN: 1445148315, 9781445148311
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Note: Includes index.
Physical Description: 32 pages : illustrations (colour) ; 29 cm.
Series: Visual explorers
Subject: Non-Fiction 7+.; Outer space Juvenile literature.; Science, Maths and Technology.; Outer space Pictorial works Juvenile literature.
Series Title: Visual explorers.

Author note

Paul Calver (Author)
Paul Calver has been designing and writing books for 25 years. he has designed everything from encyclopaedias, sticker books and non-fiction, to children's novelty books. He co-founded Green Android Limited in 2011 and produces books for publishers all over the world. He lives in South London with his wife and two sons.

Toby Reynolds (Author)
Toby Reynolds has worked in children's publishing for 20 years. After working for some of the largest UK publishers, he spent many years freelancing in a variety of roles. In 2011 he co-founded Green Android Limited,a children's publishing company. he lives and works from his home in East London.

Reviews

The payout is eye-catching ... A variety of presentation methods means children can dip in and out of the book ... a good book for those who prefer non-fiction reading
Parents In Touch||This book would make an exciting addition to lessons on space at key stages 2 and 3. I can see it being used with ease by students undertaking independent or group project work; it is sure to capture interest and promote further questions.
School Science Review