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From the brilliant illustrator, Simon Tyler, comes a wonderful compendium of space, space travel and much more. One day our sun will grow...and grow...and grow...until it ends its life as a red giant 400x its current size. Wonder at facts like these, and much more, in the new illustrated guide to Space.
Space is fascinating, and in this book Simon Tyler gorgeously illustrates the planets, meteors, rockets and galaxies - even strange phenomena like the speed of light and solar flares!
`Introducing another mind-expanding compendium from author-illustrator, Simon Tyler. Absolutely jam-packed with information about the many wonders of space. Simon Tyler's clean, crisp illustrations and diagrams, paired with the uncluttered page layouts make this a great read.' - Library Girl and Book Boy
`This is an awesome first book for kids who are just beginning to learn about space, and want some easy to digest facts along with brilliant illustrations to bring the subject to life. Definitely a great place for kids to start if they want a thoroughly absorbing and fascinating reference book that makes learning about space fun!' - Read it Daddy
|Publication date:||4th October 2018|
|Publisher:||Pavilion Children's Books an imprint of Pavilion Books|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers, 9+ readers|
Simon Tyler is an accomplished writer, illustrator and graphic designer with a passion for presenting facts and information in accessible and aesthetically pleasing ways. He studied History and Philosophy of Science at UCL, and in 2013 he launched the acclaimed infographic poster brand Atomic Printworks. His work has featured in The Times, The Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Guardian, The Independent, Elle Decoration, It’s Nice That, and others. He lives on the Sussex coast with his young family, and enjoys climbing rocks and collecting bicycles. His previous titles are Bugs (2017) and Adventures in Space (2018), both published by Pavilion Children’...More About Simon Tyler