How To Be A Space Explorer
Author(s): Mark Brake
Everything young explorers needs to know to travel in space, covering what life in zero gravity is like, how to find your way around the solar system, and the all-important question of how to pee in a spacesuit!
Unique illustrations take kids to the heart of the action and amazing photos show what the universe is really like.
Incredible stories of real-life space exploration for kids aged 8 and up, by author and astrobiologist Professor Mark Brake.
- More than 300 amazing photographs
- The perfect present for every aspirant astronaut!
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- : 9781743603901
- : Lonely Planet Publications Ltd
- : Lonely Planet Publications
- : June 2014
- : 265mm X 190mm
- : October 2014
- : books
- : Mark Brake
- : Hardback
- : en
- : Children's - Grade 2-3, Age 7-8
- : 160
- : illustrations