Discovery Spaceopedia Review (Children’s Educational)

“From a close-up look at the planets in our solar system to a deep exploration of mysterious, far-off galaxies, Discovery Spaceopedia takes kids on an amazing journey thought the stars. Created with an expert astronomer from Discovery Channel, Spaceopedia is filled with incredible facts, more than 400 full color NASA photos, and profiles of groundbreaking astronauts and scientists including Neil Armstrong, Edwin Hubble, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson. This definitive book on outer space is perfect for any kid who has ever looked up at the night sky and wondered what’s really out there. Readers will learn all about black holes, orbits, planets, galaxies, and constellations with special features on the Curiosity and Rosetta Comet landings, as well as the current number of earth-like planets in the universe that may have intelligent life!”-Goodreads Synopsis

Discovery Spaceopedia Review

Discovery Spaceopedia, suitable for ages 6-106, is a wonderful font of information for everything and anything the average person wants to know about space. From basic information on our earth’s atmosphere, to fun facts like the oldest or coldest object in the solar system, readers are sure to find something in there to intrigue or awe them.

A fun book to browse by yourself, or explore with your first-grader, its filled with beautiful pictures and “Ask Hakeem” snippets that helpfully answer basic questions like “Why is the sky blue?” Our household particularly enjoyed the sections on the Mars Rovers, comets, and star qualities.

Discovery Spaceopedia is well worth the price, as its something you can easily pick up and browse the pages for years to come.

5 Star Rated Review

Click here to find Discovery Spaceopedia: The Complete Guide to Everything Space now on Amazon.com

Title: Discovery Spaceopedia| Author: Liberty Street | Publisher: TimeInc Books (site) | Publication Date: 2015-10-13 | Pages: 192| ISBN: 1618934074 | Genre: Childrens | Language: English | Rating: 5 out of 5 | Triggers: None |Date Read: 2015-10-18 | Source: Free Netgalley copy in exchange for an honest review.

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