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This is a superb little book for children telling them all about the planetary system. It is written at a great level for kids and it brilliantly illustrated in a manner that keeps their attention. The author writes in such a way that draws the kids into the book and involves them while teaching them a little science which hopefully will be the building blocks of an interest in science. The book itself is easy to read along with kids and brings the moons to life which is most enjoyable. As an adult, I learned quite a bit about the planets and their moons myself and really enjoyed the book. It is a book to consider buying for kids and I'm sure adult and kid will enjoy reading it together or individually. Time and money well spent if you buy the book.
Catherine Bryce, A LoveReading4Kids Ambassador
This is the very first children’s book that teaches kids about the moons to other planets in our solar system! Take a tour of our solar system with The Moon and meet his other moon friends on THE MOON SHOW. It also includes fun and positive messages for kids! Did you know that there are many other moons in our solar system besides our Moon? Perfect book for budding astronomy and space lovers! First book in this Kid Astronomy series, Thank You Mercury!, is in the Best New Space Books 2019 list by Books Authority!
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A no-nonsense, child-friendly book that tells us about our most immediate planets and their moons. Full review
A very cheeky little moon introduces us to the planets with their moons in our solar system in a child-friendly way, offering I feel just the right amount of information that a child can deal with. Full review
I would definitely recommend this book for the little space enthusiasts out there, and also the not so little ones, as you will definitely learn some new facts. Full review
|Publication date:||26th November 2019|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 1|
|Topics:||General Fiction, Space, Science|