Review: The Pop-Up Guide, SPACE

The Pop-Up Guide: Space
Author: Sophie Dussaussois
Illustrator: Charline Picard
Ages 3-8

Kids love pop-up books! There is something about the tactile three-dimensionality of the book that gets the senses going. And, I’m not just talking about kids’ senses. I know adults like pop-up books as well.

Chronicle brings us a very basic space exploration book that starts off with an overview of the skies and ends up with “destination Mars.” It is a wonderful, enthusiastic, simple pop-up (no intricate lattices here) adventure meant to spark the imagination. Colors are bold, lines are crisp–word count kept to a minimum. Let the imagination fly!

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My thanks to Chronicle Books for providing a Review Copy of this book. All opinions provided herein are my own.

More books for this Age Group can be found here and here.

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