Maddy and Jack are flying into space! If you come with them you can turn the countdown wheel from ten to zero and help the rocket ‘lift-off’ by pulling the tab. Now travelling into the solar system, you can lift the flaps to let the planets reveal their secrets, make craters on Mercury with asteroids, spot the ‘happy face’ on Mars, turn the disk to rotate Jupiter’s moons, and twist Saturn’s rings of ice and rock. Dodge asteroid belts and pull comets across the sky! Finally land safely back on Earth. Maddy and Jack tell us simple Did You Know facts, with more detailed information under the flaps.
Full Product DetailsAuthor: Bhathal, Ragbir
Publisher: National Library of Australia
Publication Date: 01 November 2012
Bind Format: Hardback
Publisher's Status: Active
Availability: In stock
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ReviewsHere is a book perfectly suited to the very young, and very space-obsessed ... What I love about this book is that it’s visually and interactively ideal for the very young, yet it offers those added extras – fascinating and higher-level information for older sibs, parents, teachers and indeed space explorers themselves – essentially allowing kids to grow with the book over time ... Another gorgeous, quality production from the NLA.
This book of flaps, tabs and pop-up facts, created by an astrophysicist and a grandmother, is guaranteed to captivate.
Pre-school children and early readers can set out on a wonderful space adventure with Maddy and Jack in another superlative book from the NLA (National Library of Australia). In this pull-the-flap and fold out interactive book, children discover the amazing world of space and the solar system while Maddy and Jack travel across the pages in their red rocket.
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