Explore an entire alphabet of outer space! H is for Hubble and Q is for Quasar. Each letter of the alphabet gives us a topic regarding space and will give you cool facts to astound anyone who thinks they know all about our universe!
— Lindsay A.
Astronauts, rockets, and stars—oh my! Learn everything about outer space from A to Z!
This isn’t your normal alphabet book. Instead of reading about apples and zebras, your child can learn planets and galaxies! Each letter in this fun alphabet book pertains to an important topic that explores space and space travel. Packed with information and curiosities, children will learn about:
Kids get enough of simple words in school and not all kids are interested in the alphabet and reading. Pique their interest with this colorful, illustrated book that they will be wanting to read again and again. Encourage your kids to learn their alphabet by associating fun facts about space to each letter. After reading this picture book, young readers will be able to say with confidence that they know space from A to Z!
About the Author
Annalisa Beghelli spent four years as an architect before deciding to follow her passion for drawing and graphics. Now she is a freelance illustrator and business owner, working to enhance businesses communications and marketing through editorial and graphics projects.
Diego Mattarelli graduated in Geological Sciences and Technologies from the University of Milan—Bicocca and deals with the scientific dissemination at various levels, for schools of all levels and for the general public, collaborating with various institutions and museums. He gained experience in scholastic publishing as the co-author of a middle school science course as well as in the publishing of popular science. Since 2005, he has been working as an explainer at the Museum of Natural History in Milan and several other scientific exhibitions, some of which he has also helped to create.
Emanuela Pagliari graduated in Natural Sciences at the University of Milan and has been working as an explainer for several years at the Museum of Natural History in Milan and for several other scientific exhibitions. She collaborates in the creation of recreational-educational material for schools and the general public. She has acquired editorial experience in the field of scholastics and is the co-author of a middle school science course.