The Solar System

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Published by DK Children

By Sophie Allan

Illustrated by Dawn Cooper

RRP: CA$23.50

About The Solar System

Discover our expansive solar system in this breathtaking journey into space. 

This charming book is the perfect introduction for young readers who want to learn about our local star - the Sun - and the planets that orbit it. The Solar System covers space in thrilling detail and is the perfect book for space lovers everywhere. Packed with mind-blowing facts, this incredible book of the solar system is perfect for space lovers everywhere. 

This fascinating guide introduces 7-9 year-olds to the birth of the Sun and the solar system, then continues on a journey through space. They discover the smallest planet, rocky Mercury, which is closest to the Sun, and Venus, the hottest planet. There is also Mars, with its polar ice caps and volcanoes, and Jupiter, with its swirling storm clouds. Then readers venture further into space to explore the icy giants of outer space. 

This wonderful solar system book offers:

- In-depth information, backed up by space photography, probe images, illustrations, and fun diagrams.
- Striking  illustrations, making this title a perfect gift, as well as a solid reference book. 
- Easy-to-digest sections, each filled with incredible facts and visuals.STEM learning, with key topics for 7-9 year-olds: labeled images of each of the planets, clear step-by-step visuals to show the birth of our solar system, accessible facts about space missions.

Boasting beautiful illustrations by artist Dawn Cooper, combined with up-to-date images from space agencies such as NASA and ESA, info panels, timelines, and diagrams, that help demystify and explain the spectacles of space, this is the ideal book for budding astronauts.

At DK, we believe in the power of discovery.

So why stop there?

If you like The Solar System, then why not complete the collection? Take a trip into space and discover the mysteries of Earth’s closest neighbor with The Moon.