Usborne Book of the Moon (Hardback)Laura Cowan (author), Diana Toledano (illustrator)
Bearing the Usborne stamp of quality, this invaluable children’s companion to the moon, its place in myth and history and its scientific properties, is a model of clarity and eye-catching design.
Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 510 g
Dimensions: 297 x 247 x 12 mm
Brimming with fun and fascinating facts, questions and answers, myths and mysteries, and the exciting history of mankind's race through space to land on the Moon, this is a wonderful introduction to our amazing, faraway Moon. * Lancashire Evening Post *
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Nice book to coinced with the moon landing anniversary. Full of information for older children about the moon and the landings. Very enjoyable well laid out information.
“Vibrant, rounded and bursting with myths, history and facts!”
This is a really rounded book about the moon, covering an absolute wealth of information, accompanied by stunning detailed and varied illustrations.
Of course it covers all the things you’d expect – the space race,... More
“A beautifully illustrated title.”
This beautifully illustrated title from the ever impressive Usborne Books introduces young children to the myths and history of the moon. Published in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landings,... More
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