Fasten your seatbelt for a jaw-dropping journey that's out of this world. Find out all about them with this unique combination of book and website.
e.explore Space Travel gives you eveything you need for school projects and homework, on and offline.
• Go to the live and updated website specially created by DK and Google at http://www.spacetravel.dke-explore.com
• Type the keywords from the book for unique links
• Find incredible information online and fantastic images to download
e.explore Space Travel features secure, age-appropriate, and actively monitored links for safe browsing.
I was really impressed when I saw this book in the shops but didn't have the time or the money to buy it at that stage. When I was offered the chance to review this, I snapped it up. It is packed from cover to cover with all sorts of really interesting information all relating well to the topic, and the added bonus of having a special website search engine was just the cherry on top. Actually, if it has any faults, it would be that it might be a little too packed, covering such a wide topic in such a small book means lots of bits and not enough detail in places. I have been interested in space travel since school but just never got around to learning much more since I started work. This book has lit the fuse on my urge to learn again and I will be making use of this book a lot as I try my hand at writing some short stories. Its early days, but without books like this, and the extra resources that it has shown me are available, I dont think I would even be thinking about dabbling at all.
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