Little Kids First Big Book of Space

Little Kids First Big Book of Space This beautiful book is the latest addition to the National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series These colorful pages will introduce young children to the wonders of space with colorful illust

  • Title: Little Kids First Big Book of Space
  • Author: Catherine D. Hughes David A. Aguilar National Geographic Kids
  • ISBN: 9781426310140
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This beautiful book is the latest addition to the National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series These colorful pages will introduce young children to the wonders of space, with colorful illustrations by David Aguilar and simple text that is perfect for beginning readers or for reading aloud The book will explain basic concepts of space, beginning with what is mosThis beautiful book is the latest addition to the National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series These colorful pages will introduce young children to the wonders of space, with colorful illustrations by David Aguilar and simple text that is perfect for beginning readers or for reading aloud The book will explain basic concepts of space, beginning with what is most familiar to kids and expanding out into universe.Chapters include Chapter 1 focuses on the Earth, moon, and sun Chapter 2 introduces kids to the other planets in our solar system Chapter 3 explains other objects in our solar system, such as dwarf planets, comets, and asteroid belts Chapter 4 voyages even farther afield, touching on concepts such as the universe, the Milky Way, stars, galaxies, and black holes The last chapter delves into space exploration humans on the moon, spaceships, the International Space Station, etc.Releases simultaneously in Reinforced Library Binding 978 1 4263 1015 7 , 23.90 26.95 Can

    • Little Kids First Big Book of Space BY Catherine D. Hughes David A. Aguilar National Geographic Kids
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    1. Catherine D. Hughes David A. Aguilar National Geographic Kids says:

      Catherine D. Hughes David A. Aguilar National Geographic Kids Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Little Kids First Big Book of Space book, this is one of the most wanted Catherine D. Hughes David A. Aguilar National Geographic Kids author readers around the world.

    2. I haven't actually read this, but Isha is obsessed with it. Just today, she sternly warned me never to go to space myself lest I should wander too close to a black hole, in which case I would never be able to escape and have to spend the rest of my life there.

    3. Awesome book is awesome! Our six year old (soon to be first grader!) loves everything about outer space. The Little Kids First Big Book of Space is an excellent resource! She marveled over fun facts about the different planets in our solar system and was wowed by the size of our universe. She enjoys reading the book to herself and loves trying to sound out the names of the planets and their moons. A whole lot of giggling has been going on. The book focuses mainly on our solar system, but does ve [...]

    4. I got this book for my son and I read him sections of it nightly. It has lots of great images, small chunks of engaging text, and it's well organized. Great book.

    5. The very beginning of this book begins with a ‘How to use this book’ page which I found to be a great help. The book is very large and it makes you feel like you are reading a dictionary but in a good way. This book talks about everything from stars, to black holes, to planets. A lot of this information is subjective because, as we all know, Pluto keeps becoming a planet only to lose the title a few years later. That being said, the information is as accurate as it can be with little pop up [...]

    6. Synopsis: "This beautiful book is the latest addition to the National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book series. These colorful pages will introduce young children to the wonders of space, with colorful illustrations by David Aguilar and simple text that is perfect for beginning readers or for reading aloud. The book will explain basic concepts of space, beginning with what is most familiar to kids and expanding out into universe.Chapters include: • Chapter 1 focuses on the Earth, moon, and [...]

    7. This extensive and vast informational book on space is indeed should be little kids first book on space. While space is such a complex and overwhelming topic, this book does an excellent job at explaining the facts and information in such a way the even little children will understand and love. The book does this by incorporating numerous help aids in order to present information. For example, there are chapter, labels, captions, fact pages, diagrams, etc. All these aids will help children to be [...]

    8. For my children that are especially interested in Space this book was a great place to start. The pictures are big and bright and engaging. And there is a lot of information in an easy to read and easy to understand format. We went through this book a little at a time pairing it with other sources to learn about our Solar System, but all of my children (3, 7, 9) will still sit and listen to it read again in its entirety. I gave it five stars and I am glad we own it instead of borrowing from the [...]

    9. This is a colorful, simple text that is perfect for beginning readers. It contains information about space including the planets, moon and stars, the solar system and humans who have been to the moon. The illustrations are clear and crisp and catches the eyes of young readers.I would recommend this book for you children ages 4 and up. It is durable and full of information that can keep a reader busy for hours. Some pages seem to have too much information and seem a little cluttered but overall i [...]

    10. An excellent way to introduce young children to the solar system! I read this book to my 5-year-old and 8-year-old granddaughters. The color pictures are fabulous. We read about each planet and then hung a cheap model in the hallway (a good change in activity that helped to maintain interest and provided opportunity for review). The text is easy to read and the right depth for beginners. The book covers basic factual information about each planet plus information on spaceships or probes that exp [...]

    11. This non-fiction book does a great job of breaking down ideas. It also has great pictures that making it more enjoyable. I chose the book "Outer Space: Bedtime Race" by Rob Sanders as the twin text for this book. I found that adds a fun twist to learning about the planets. The planets are awarded metals best on the place that they got in the race, which is also their planet stance from the sun. This books also for kids to use their imagination in understanding something that much not be easier t [...]

    12. This is a very informative book. There was only one part where the information sort of trailed off leaving the reader to assume that the Rosetta orbiter will in fact fall into orbit around a comet that the Rosetta lander will some day set down on, but none of that is written.Otherwise great illustrations and the scrapbook layout is very interesting to look at. This is a great book to make into a months worth of homework ideas from drawing stars and planets to memory games of the planets names, d [...]

    13. This book is a brand new book about space for younger readers. This book explores a huge variety of topics including what is space, where are we in space, astronauts, life else where and much much more. Illustrations appear to be computerized along with real photosThis book was fantastic. I am a big fan of national geographic and I was no less impressed with this one. I liked the fact that there were so many topics covered in the book. This would be a great way to talk about space to younger stu [...]

    14. We love the "My First" series of National Geographic. This book is informative, with fun, age-appropriate questions for contemplation; suggested activities; and, in traditional National Geographic style, beautiful photography and illustrations. It's the best space book I've found for young children. My four-year-old daughter loves it, and I enjoyed learning with her as we read it together. This is definitely one we'll revisit again.

    15. A wonderful introductory book for little ones. Probably best for 4+ but I can see some 3 year olds also liking it, esp if they are already into space. The book is appropriately picture-heavy with big, brightly-colored images and enough text/facts to satisfy older kids and even adults. Definitely worth buying!

    16. Really interesting for all ages of kids. My kids 10, 8, 7 and 5 all thought this book was really interesting.

    17. I learnt lot of things. Mars has two moons. Saturn has 53 moons.I learnt about the shapes of the moon. Crescent moon,first quarter moon, gibbous moon and full moon.

    18. National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space i an informative nonfiction book about space. It is kid friendly and it is a good way to integrate science and literature.

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