Look Inside Space

Look Inside Space Blast off into space with this fascinating flip book Find out how the moon was made why stars shine and how we know so much about planets that are far far away

  • Title: Look Inside Space
  • Author: Rob Lloyd Jones
  • ISBN: 9780794532826
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Board Book
  • Blast off into space with this fascinating flip book Find out how the moon was made, why stars shine and how we know so much about planets that are far, far away.

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    1. It doesn’t hurt that this book won the 2013 Royal Society Prize for a children’s science book, and while I don’t always agree with their choices, this certainly is a great example of a type of science book that is unique to young readers. Although there is some quite interesting text, it is right that the accolades go equally to illustrators Benedetta Giaufret and Enrica Rusiná, and designer Suzie Harrison, because it’s half way between a book and an installation.Every page is littered [...]

    2. In short, great book. Beautifully designed, colourful and well written, it's easy to follow; concise yet provides answers to the very basic questions about space, excellent start up book to attract your children's interest and possibly get their imagination going as well as maybe deepen their interest into what lies beyond (sort to speak). My three year old daughter loves it. Especially the planets area and after just couple of days she memorized all the planets in our solar system. There is a l [...]

    3. Genre: InformationalGrade: Early Primary / PrimaryThis is such a cool book! It explains space in a creative way. There are so many new words that will expand the vocabulary of children who read it. On each page, there are flaps that fold over, and even flaps within flaps! There are questions on flaps on the pages to get kids thinking, and there are answers under the question flaps. There are many facts on pages, yet it does not appear overwhelming. I really liked this book! It is great for young [...]

    4. This is going to be brilliant for guided reading - 5*If the class is going to enjoy it as much as I did then they are really going to enjoy it. There are over 70 flaps and if that's not engaging then I don't know what it is. I've learnt so much about the solar system and the Space Station. I will keep reading this to plan guided reading. This is our book for the whole half-term for guided reading.

    5. I read this book over the last couple of days with my daughter and we have both really enjoyed it. At first glance it looks like one of those books you buy for babies with thick card pages, however this is soon revealed to not be the case upon opening the book. Inside the book are lots of flaps to lift (and secretly hidden flaps under the flaps) with lots of information about many objects and aspects of space. I found the pictures to be bright and interesting and the facts accurate and interesti [...]

    6. For a kid interested in space this book is just brilliant. The lay-out is catchy and awesome, with fantastic, very lively and colourful illustrations. There's a lot of flaps to lift and, even, flaps within flaps! Plus, the middle pages open up to reveal the solar system in a very attractive fashion. Interestingly, the topics covered are also broad enough to embrace from astronomy (planets, moon, sun and stars etc.) to space exploration (human and not etc.) and a quick brush up of star gazing's h [...]

    7. The book Look Inside Space is a fantastic picture book. This book is intended for preschoolers, early elementary, and middle school children. This is a book opened to all ages because it is informative. This is a book that teaches young readers how the elements in space operates. This book is a flip book so it consist of many bright colors, and pictures. As I evaluated this book, I concluded that every element was effective. The colors, the language, and even the sounds. The characters are the m [...]

    8. A great book for introducing space to young kids - I'd say this was ideal for 5-6 year olds. It's a smaller, chunkier format than the See Inside series, and with content appropriately managed for the younger crowd.

    9. Great book for littles! It is loaded with flaps, colorful and eye-catching illustrations and tons of "space" facts. My 3 year old has read it twice in the 16 hours it has been in our possession and I know it will long be a favorite. Interesting for mamas and papas too.

    10. Great introduction to space for children. If you have grabby little ones, you might want to open the flaps yourself ahead of time to prevent tearing.

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