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Informative, accessible and visually very appealing, this book is perfect for any young child who gazes up in wonder at the night sky. Via short blocks of text and colour illustrations it explains what stars are, describes the constellations and tells readers how to recognise planets and even satellites. It’s also full of practical information for young star-gazers, with advice on what to look for in the night sky, when and where. Our guide is Felicity, a friendly and knowledgeable cat, named in honour of the first cat in space, an added treat which makes the story even more reader-friendly.
If you look up at the sky on a dark night, what do you see? There's a whole universe staring back at you. In the company of Felicity the cat discover the phases of the moon, the constellations and how to spot the Northern Lights and the Milky Way.
This beautiful, fun book will introduce you to the beauty of the night sky and show you the stars like you've never seen them before.
From astronomy expert Stuart Atkinson and celebrated illustrator Brendan Kearney comes this fully illustrated guide that introduces children to the beauty of the night sky. In the company of Felicity, astreetwise cat, children discover the phases of the Moon, the constellations and phenomena such as the northern lights and the Milky Way. -- The Week Junior
A Cat's Guide to the Night Sky is an excellent child-friendly introduction to astronomy. The book is very visually appealing and it uses this hook to deliver information on a wide range of topics. -- Geekdad.com
|Publication date:||1st August 2018|
|Publisher:||Laurence King Publishing|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||General Non-Fiction, Space|
Stuart Atkinson has been writing and editing books about astronomy and space for almost 30 years, and frequently gives Outreach in schools and to community groups.More About Stuart Atkinson