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A DIY guide to exploring the universe
With this book, you’ll have everything you need to explore the universe, and from the comfort of your own home. It’s full of information on the planets, stars and constellations, together with practical learning activities that can be done in the back garden or your bedroom, from how to make an astronomical torch, to how to take a star trail photo, to how to explore gravity with the help of marbles. You can use the book as a journal, recording your findings as you go, while regular ‘did you know?’ boxes add to the sense of excitement and discover. The design is bright and appealing, with colour photos scattered throughout too, and this is accessible, stimulating and lots of fun.
Kids can try lots of brilliant stuff with the fun YOU CAN series from Collins - including how to write stories, draw, grow food, take photos, stargaze, cook, craft and more - there's something for everyone!
The how-to book for kids who love space. It's easy to understand and tells them exactly what they need to know step-by-step. Easy-peasy tips on how, when and where to spot stars and planets
The ideal gift to help kids learn brilliant new hobbies.
Space to scribble and make the book their own
Packed with fun activities guaranteed to ignite curiosity and wonder!
Written by astronomer Tom Kerss, author of popular astronomy books and veteran of the Royal Observatory, London.
|Publication date:||13th May 2021|
|Publisher:||Collins an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Year Groups:||Key Stage 2|
|Topics:||General Knowledge / Trivia, Non-Fiction, Puzzles / Activities, Space|
Tom Kerss is a London-based freelance astronomer, astrophotographer, writer and speaker, specialising in the rewarding task of connecting people to their shared universe.More About Tom Kerss