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|Title||:||Big Book of Stars and Planets|
|Number of Pages||:||16 Pages|
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Big Book of Stars and Planets Reviews
My four-year-old loved getting The Usborne Big Book of Big Dinosaurs for Christmas last year, and pretty much memorized all the dinosaur names after a while. So I wasn't surprised that he picked another from the "big book" series for completing an Usborne reading challenge. This book manages to pack a LOT of information into 16 pages (aided by the fact that most of them have large fold-out flaps to make the pages even longer). The pages contain full-page illustrations, and are also very thick and sturdy, which is especially helpful when young children will be reading it. There is an overview of planet earth, the sun, and the arrangement/sizes of planets in our solar system, as well as some basic facts about each one. There is a giant fold-out section on nebulae, and another on galaxies. There are also some pages about probes, spaceships, and other equipment used to explore space, with a double page devoted specifically to Mars. The last double page brings it back down to earth a little, with an overview of the kinds of things a person can see in the night sky.I certainly learned things I didn't know while reading this, so I was afraid it would blow my kiddo's brain (and it probably did at first), but he enjoyed it, and I'm sure will ask to read it many times again.
A good intro to our solar system and types of galaxies, but [although the title doesn't say so] a quarter of the book was about space exploration ...most of which was ok and therefore a nice surprize, BUT i really wish there was no mention of commercial space planes; i believe such flights are bad for the environment (perhaps even the fabric of our atmosphere / space) and should not happen until we are all making good use of solar power & understand the ozone's limitations much better than we do now. I'd have given it 4 stars if it had not 'advertized' those flights.