Oxford First Book of Space by Andrew Langley

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A new title in the Oxford First Books series, this beautiful book takes young children on a dazzling journey around the planets, the stars and beyond. It also covers just how far we have come in exploring space, in rockets and probes, and even asks the irresistible question - is there anybody else out there? * Stunning photography * Extensive coverage of the sun, planets, stars, space travel and much more * International appeal * Simple activities encouraging children to explore astronomy for themselves Andrew Langley is a prolific and expert author of children's books on many subjects.
 

About Andrew Langley

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Andrew Langley is the author of Amelia Earhart, Hans Christian Andersen (both OUP, 1998) and several history books for children. He lives in England. June Everett was appointed Artist of the Record at the Globe Theatre in London by Sam Wanamaker. Her paintings have been exhibited at London's Royal Festival Hall and across England and Germany.
 
Published September 30, 2000 by Oxford University Press. 48 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Education & Reference, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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The Oxford First Book series also takes readers to space in one of its two new titles. The Oxford First Book of Space by Andrew Langley begins with the stars, moon and sun, then moves onto the earth a

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The Oxford First Book series also takes readers to space in one of its two new titles.

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