Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Space: A Visual Encyclopedia Book Review

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Space: A Visual Encyclopedia Book Review

About the Book: Incredible space photographs make this one out-of-this world encyclopedia!

Space: A Visual Encyclopedia builds on the enormous success of DK’s best-selling encyclopedias. It is a comprehensive exploration of space from our nearest planets and stars to far-off galaxies. Featuring full-bleed photographs, charts, stories, and interviews, this encyclopedia brings children face-to-face with the wonders of space like never before!.

Our Take: Our two older kids are really into space.  In fact they are so much into space that one of them is really into Star Wars and the other Star Trek.  DK is infamous for making the best guides and visual encyclopedias and their Space book is no exception.

The book covers everything from the birth of the universe to the various planets and articial satellites.  The color images are the latest available from NASA and this book is absolutely perfect for kids 7-12.  Our kids (ages 7 and 8) were able to read the book easily and they were absolutely engaged and fascinated.  They learned so much.  We'll definately keep this one in our home library.  This book would be perfect for any classroom or homeschooler too!

How to Buy: Amazon.com

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