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Written by Dom Conlon
Illustrated by Anastasia Izlesou
Part of the Wild Wanderers SeriesWrite A Review
Wild Wanderers is a landmark series delivering Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths education from the heart.
Including facts on and definitions of a range of space related terms, including nebulas, constellations, the seasons and more.
Travel with Light as she zips between the many types of stars a trillion miles and more apart, from the gust of a solar wind through the unblinking emptiness of space to see planets rise and fall.
Complete with a list of facts about the stars that fill our sky and why they are important, this charming poetic picture book combines fiction and non-fiction to make a perfect educational resource for children whether at home or in the classroom.
|Publication date:||16th November 2021|
|Suitable for:||5+ readers, 7+ readers|
|Genres:||Space, The Natural World|
Dom Conlon is a double Carnegie-nominated poet and author whose work is guided by nature and the stars. He’s written poetry and picture books, fact and fiction – sometimes all in the same book. Nicola Davies said Leap, Hare, Leap! is ‘full of the lushness of summer’. Chris Riddell said This Rock That Rock contained ‘words and pictures that are quite simply out of this world’. Dallas Campbell said Meet Matilda Rocket Builder is ‘a must read for all aspiring rocket scientists’. Dom hopes to inspire everyone to read and write poetry. ...More About Dom Conlon
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