These intergalactic books are sure to keep kids captivated with fascinating facts about asteroids, astronauts, stars, spacecraft, planets and so much more. See below for the best space books for 7-year-olds.
Aspiring astronauts will be mesmerised by this brilliant book. Blast off into our local solar system and galaxies far away as you discover the science behind stars, planets, meteors and comets. This book also includes a detailed look at the history of the universe.
This awe-inspiring lift-the-flap book will help answer every question children might have about outer space, stars, galaxies and beyond. What is the universe made of? Where did everything come from? What exists in the far reaches of outer space? These phenomenal facts will keep kids engaged for hours as they lift the flaps to find out the answers to some perplexing fundamental questions. From the Big Bang to black holes, supernovas to satellites, unlock the secrets and mysteries of the universe with this amazing book.
This book provides a unique insight into the domain of space travel, featuring a wide range of spaceships, shuttles, rockets, satellites and the International Space Station. With four massive fold-out pages that allow children to marvel at the vastness of outer space and see the complexity of the wonders of science and engineering, kids with an interest in technology and space travel are sure to be engrossed
Journey into space and find out everything there is to know about the Solar System in this enthralling, informative book. It features facts, photos and diagrams, all presented in a bright and bold style to keep kids engaged. Young readers will be space explorers in no time as they delve into this endlessly fascinating cosmic compendium, which also contains fun activities to complete. Explore the planets, learn about space missions and meet the greatest astronomers from history - all in one galactic book.
Budding space explorers will love this astronomical handbook. Discover how to become an astronaut, the training you must undertake, how you'll travel into space and what to do when you're up there, all in this comprehensive book. It even features a foreword by ESA astronaut Tim Peake, the first British astronaut to embark on a mission to the International Space Station, and is published in association with the UK Space Agency.
Find out all about spaceships, satellites, astronauts, the solar system and the universe - and have lots of fun in the process! Each chapter is bursting with puzzles, games, facts and experiments, providing a fun and interactive way for kids to learn all about space. This book is published in association with the Science Museum.
This fantastically fun book is packed with information about space and the amazing things that float through it, including stars, moons, comets and the planets of our solar system. Each spread features a cosmic colour illustration and lots of flaps to lift which reveal what's happening in every scene. Discover what's going on inside the International Space Station, how astronauts visited the Moon and what they did there, and the history of astronomy, from Galileo to the Hubble Space Telescope.
This space-tacular sticker book provides a light-hearted look at space travel, with scenes depicting the vastness of space, the inside of a space station and the surface of the moon. It contains hundreds of brilliant stickers, including planets, stars, asteroids, astronauts, rovers and much more.
Take a trip into outer space, zoom through the Solar System, discover satellites and encounter comets and asteroids along the way in this interstellar space book. Explore craters on Mars, moon-hop around Jupiter and get a close-up view of Saturn's phenomenal rings - but make sure not to get too close to the Sun! Bursting with lively illustrations which reveal our amazing universe, this book is perfect for immersing children in the wonders of the universe.
This interstellar science book covers the stories and science behind the challenge to explore the cosmos, offering action-packed info on the history, people and features of space. Find out how the universe began, what galaxies, stars and constellations are made of, and why nothing - not even light! - can escape a black hole. Kids can also complete 19 easy projects to find out how rockets work, what it's like to work in space, how to make artificial gravity and solar wind, and lots more. Plus, learn all about the telescopes astronomers are using to search for extra-terrestrial life among the stars...