- National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space published by National Geographic
- Written by: Catherine D. Hughes
- Illustrated by: David A. Aguilar
- We recommend this book for kids ages 4 and up
What It Is
The National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space features colorful pages with illustrations by David A. Aguilar and simple text by Catherine D. Hughes. The 128-page hardcover book gives young kids information about the planets, the sun, the moon, rockets, and more. The book is divided into five chapters: Looking Up From Earth; Earth's Neighborhood; Earth's Other Neighbors; Far, Far Away; and Exploring Space. The book explains the basic concepts of space, beginning with what is most familiar to kids and expanding out into the universe.
Is It Fun?
This book covers all the basics for young space explorers. After reading this book, kids will have fun identifying what they see in the sky. This book is filled with great facts to keep kids engaged and inspired.
Who It’s For
National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of Space is for ages 4–8. However, younger kids will want to read along with adults. Kids 5 and up will enjoy looking through it and later reading it on their own.
What To Be Aware Of
There are many other National Geographic Little Kids First Big Book of books including Book of Why, Book of Animals, and Book of Dinosaurs. Each is sold separately.