Nearly fifty years since Apollo 11 landed on the moon, the mysteries of space still pique our curiosity. From this little blue planet, we’ve launched spaceships, satellites, and rovers beyond our atmosphere to help us understand our solar system. Now, with interactive flaps your child can discover all kinds of things that drift in space.
Astronauts always work in twos. So come on, grab your air tank, and let’s moonwalk! Independent publishing house Usborne presents this sturdy board book for you and your little one to explore the dark expanses of space. Simona Dimitri’s illustrations are simple, but they set the bright stars and colorful planets in bold contrast against the pitch-black depths of the universe we continue to explore.
Behind lift-up flaps, our astronaut friends bounce on the moon and try to catch oranges as they float through space stations. But this is just a sneak peak into an astronaut’s life – and extraterrestrial life? (We hope so)
We’re only just beginning to answer some of the biggest questions known to man, known to the universe. This book is one small step for a child, but it’s one giant leap for child-kind into the realms of the wonderfully unknown universe.