Can't Get Enough Space Stuff: Fun Facts, Awesome Info, Cool Games, Silly Jokes, and More! (Paperback)
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Blast off with the perfect combination of facts, stories, photos, and fun all about what lies beyond Earth's atmosphere—SPACE!
This book has everything to captivate space enthusiasts: Tons of fun facts, exciting games, hands-on activities, hilarious space jokes, stories from experts, and tidbits about the latest info on black holes, the International Space Station, and what life on Mars could look like.
Key features include:
•A glossary game in the front of the book to learn key space terms
•More than 200 stunning illustrations and photographs
•Detailed diagrams and infographics
•Hilarious space jokes
•Articles that do a deep dive into outer space research and hands-on accounts from experts
•Hands-on activities you can try at home
•Quizzes and games to test kids’ knowledge
This brand-new series from National Geographic Kids is a one-stop shop for everything kids want—fun facts, photos, and all things awesome about their favorite topic. A winning combination of running text and short bursts of information keeps kids excited and engaged as they get all kinds of amazing content about subjects of interest.
From telling jokes to friends and impressing teachers to absorbing the latest research, kids will love sharing what they’ve learned about space and will want to dive into the book again and again.
About the Author
Julie Beer is a long-standing contributor to National Geographic Kids. Her works include Kids vs. Plastic, Penguins vs. Puffins, Piglets vs. Pugs, multiple books in the hit Weird But True! and 5,000 Awesome Facts series, Get Outside Guide, and Ultimate Explorer Field Guide: Birds, among others. She currently lives in northern California with her two daughters.
Stephanie Warren Drimmer writes about science and nature for kids. Her books have explored everything from baby animals to the human brain to outer space. Some of her favorite titles for National Geographic Kids are Beneath the Waves, about the fantastic diversity of ocean life, and Surprising Stories of Everyday Stuff, about the weird histories of objects from ketchup to frisbees. Stephanie lives in Los Angeles, California.