Destination: Space

Written by Christoph Englert

Illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole

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LoveReading View on Destination: Space

Shortlisted for the Blue Peter Book Award 2017 - Best Books with Facts | September 2016 Fascinating Facts Book of the Month    Astrophysicist and illustrator, both leaders in their field, here work together to give children a revealing and eye-opening tour of space. Beginning with the beginning of time itself, the Big Bang, and including topics such as dark energy, gravity and the life cycle of a star, there’s a huge amount of fascinating information in this book, presented clearly and succinctly. Dr Christopher Englert’s text is accessible, even when describing complex theories, and inspiring; Tom Clohosy Cole’s gleaming illustrations are beautiful to look at and support and expand the text. As an added bonus there’s a huge double sided poster too.  ~ Andrea Reece

Destination: Space Synopsis

Hop on board the space shuttle and get ready for the ride of your life as you explore deep space with your five fellow space cadets. This journey of discovery takes you through our local solar system and beyond, to galaxies far and wide. With every encounter, learn more about the science behind the stars, planets, meteors and comets in our sky, and the history of our universe.

Destination: Space Press Reviews

'Just the thing for a topic on space in the primary school.' Red Reading Hub

'A fascinating and well-judged overview. Illustrated with retro-feeling, colourful spreads by Tom Clohosy Cole, this is the first in a new Destination series, which bodes well for its successors.' The Guardian

'There's a huge amount of fascinating information in this book, presented clearly and succinctly. Dr Christopher Englert's text is accessible, even when describing complex theories, and inspiring; Tom Clohosy Cole's gleaming illustrations are beautiful to look at and support and expand the text. As an added bonus there's a huge double sided poster too.' Lovereading4kids

'Destination: Space is the physics-made-fun title packed with facts and written by astrophysics professor Dr Christoph Englert, illustrated by Tom Clohosy Cole.' World Book Day site

'This book is fantastically amazingly wonderful! It is an oversize nonfiction book all about space. The illustrations are bold and beautiful with a lot of facts and information packed onto each page.' Book Nerd Mommy Blog

'The book is superbly illustrated, and will have children in awe at the marvellous universe in all its beauty. A superb book for young and old.' Parents in Touch

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ISBN: 9781847808240
Publication date: 01/09/2016
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781847808240
Publication date: 1st September 2016
Author: Christoph Englert
Illustrator: Tom Clohosy Cole
Publisher: Frances Lincoln Childrens Books an imprint of Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 40 pages
Suitable for: 11+ readers, 7+ readers, 9+ readers
Genres: Fascinating Facts, Space
Recommendations: Books of the Month
Other Categories: All Shortlists and Winners

About Christoph Englert

Dr Christoph Englert is a lecturer in Physics at the University of Glasgow. He was born in 1981 in south Germany, and after studying Physics at the University of Karlsruhe and ETH Zurich between 2002 and 2007, he received a doctorate in Theoretical Physics from Karlsruhe University. Dr Englert's research focuses on the physics of elementary particles and their interactions. This is his first book for children.

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