$24.95Travel into space with this comprehensive visual encyclopedia of the cosmos, from the Big Bang to the Extremely Large Telescope.
What are stars made of?
Why does the moon shine?
What do astronauts wear?
These and hundreds of other questions about our Solar System and the Universe are answered in this charming book. Simple, easy-to-read text and lively, detailed illustrations introduce the basic concepts of space to young readers.
George never expected to be swept up in a intergalactic adventure. But that's exactly what happens when he and his best friend, Annie, meet a talking super-computer called Cosmos who can send them into space!
But the mysteries of the universe are bigger than they could have guessed. And as well as becoming overnight astronauts and navigating black holes, they must make sure the most powerful computer in the world doesn't find its ways into enemy hands...
$29.95Buckle up! How to be a Space Explorer is a practical manual for all aspiring astronauts, packed with jaw-dropping stories from real-life space exploration. Learn how to navigate black holes, slingshot around Jupiter and survive the freezing depths of space. This book will blast you into the stratosphere, so strap yourself in and enjoy the ride.
$19.95Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go to the Moon? This beautifuuly illustrated picture book will take you on a journey to find out. You can fly into outer space, walk on the Moon and take a look at our world from a very, very long way away.
$24.95Suitable for curious young minds, this space book is packed with flaps to lift to reveal answers to some of the biggest questions in the universe. It helps them discover planets, stars and galaxies and explore intergalactic space.
$29.95Explore our amazing solar system while learning fascinating facts about the planets and other objects that orbit the Sun. Suitable for ages 7+ this appealing carry-along format includes a 16-page book 100-piece jigsaw puzzle a set of 15 flash cards and solar system model. Kids who have a budding interest in space will love the components which allow them to have fun while they learn. The model of the solar system helps to learn the order of the planets and packs away in a convenient tub.
$14.95Venture to the far reaches of the galaxy with this collection of picture, word and number puzzles. Entertaining activities include cracking an alien code, finding routes through galaxy mazes, spot the difference and lots more. All the answers are at the back of the book.
$19.95One day a long long time ago, the seven stars decided to visit earth. They asked the Milky Way to bring them down near a creek in the desert and they stepped off and turned into people.
$14.95Spent all your pocket money again? There are heaps of great things you can make with stuff that's lying round the house - and they won't cost you a cent! Ages 7-12. Check out all the toys and gizmos you can make with simple household stuff! From Mexican jumping beans to a diving octopus and a popcorn lava lamp, you'll be whizzing and spinning like crazy. Watch out you don't get dizzy! Ages 7-12.