The following is a selection of non-fiction books from Usborne Books & More that will introduce children of various ages to space, including what it is and what can be found outside of our world.  This particular list includes activity books, interactive books, and reference books.

On the Space Station

On the Space Station is from Kane Miller’s Shine-a-Light Series.  In this particular book children will learn what life is like on a space station.  Recommended for ages 4-8

Take a peek inside Secrets of the Apple Tree (from the Shine-a-Light series)

First Sticker Book Space

The First Sticker Book Space is a great activity book for introducing kids to what they may find outside of Earth.  Kids can use their imagination by adding stickers anywhere they want in the different space scenes found throughout the book.  Recommended for ages 4+

Lift-the-Flap Questions and Answers about Space

Question and Answers about Space is the perfect interactive nonfiction book for teaching children all about space.  Pages are filled with colorful illustrations and short bits of text in a question and answer format.  To find out the answers to the questions children have to lift the flaps found on each page.  Recommended for ages 4+

Astronomy and Space Reference Book

The Astronomy and Space Reference Book is geared towards upper elementary schoolers.  A classic reference book with beautiful illustrations, Astronomy and Space is full of easily digestible information for children.  Recommended for ages 8+

Astronaut Academy

Astronaut Academy trains children, through various activities, on what it takes to be an astronaut.  The activities introduce children to the challenges astronauts face and the skills required to handle these challenges.  The book includes stickers, a poster, and press-out model space ship. Recommended for ages 7+

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