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Astronomy

Astronomy

Beginners
Astronomy

  • How do astronomers study planets, stars and galaxies? What are rovers and where have they landed? How do different telescopes work? What is a nebula? Beginner readers can find out the answers in this book, along with lots more fascinating facts.
  • Amazing photographs and illustrations are combined with simple, easy-to-read text and a glossary explaining all the specialist terms used.
  • Find out more about astronomy and stargazing online via Usborne Quicklinks, where you can find out what to see and when, as well as see the latest images captured by telescopes and rovers.

Information

Key Stage: KS1 S; Age 4+

Book Band: 9 - Gold

BIC: A5N79

Hardback:
Price: £5.99
ISBN: 9781409565246
32 pages
204 x 150mm

Author/Editor: Emily Bone

Press Reviews

A straightforward book telling you all a beginner needs to know about the planets, stars, moons, nebulae, galaxies asteroids and more.
Education Umbrella
Good quality non-fiction for this age group is a real boon and the Usborne Beginners is an excellent series. With its easy reading text, it is ideal for those learning to read who enjoy non-fiction books.
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