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It’s no secret that we LOVE Usborne books at our house. With the colorful pictures paired with tons of information, my kids just can’t get enough of them.
Whether we’re opening flaps or looking at the Internet links provided, Usborne keeps the kids’ attention for hours and has them begging for more.
We’ve rounded up some of our favorites to share with you!
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Our Favorite Usborne Space Books
Take a peek inside of the life of famous astronaut, Neil Armstrong in this quick and easy book. From his childhood to being the first man to step foot on the moon, this book covers it all.
On the Space Station: ($12.99)
From the “Shine-a-Light” series, this fun book let’s you look straight through and see what’s happening inside the space station. From the launch to the foods the astronauts eat, your kids will love using a flashlight with this book.
From comets to asteroids, shooting stars to constellations, this book gives you 100 things to spot in the night sky. This book is perfect for kiddos who love star-gazing!
See Inside the Universe: ($14.99)
Lift the flaps as you learn about stars, nebulas and space equipment and more. Just a warning, the Big Bang theory is referenced in this book but it is full of fun facts that kids love.
Peek Inside Space: ($11.99)
Kids as young as 3 will enjoy this simple book about space. With interactive pages and simple facts, it’s the perfect way to keep young kids interested in the world around them.
What is the Moon?: ($12.99)
Little ones have questions about the moon and stars above and this book has all the answers! With plenty of flaps to keep little ones curious, this book has all the answers!
Take a tour of the planets and solar system as you leave the Earth in this fun book. Bubbles of text make it easy to digest all of the information presented in this book!
100 Paper Spaceships to Fold & Fly: ($7.99)
Give busy hands something fun to do, while learning all about space! Kids love folding and flying these fun paper spaceships. We often use these to keep little hands busy during read-alouds.
100 Things to Know About Space: ($12.99)
Info graphics have never been more fun than they are in this fun book. With bright colors, bite-size chunks of information and packed full with facts, this is easily one of my favorite space-inspired books!
Space Activity Book: ($7.99)
Complete with dot-to-dot pages, mazes, matching, stickers and more, this book is a hit with younger kids. As part of the “Wipe Clean Activities” series, you’ll be impressed with the number of activities this book includes alongside the space facts.
Living In Space: ($4.99)
If you’re ever wondered what it would be like to live in space, this affordable book is just what you need. It’s a quick read but still packed full of information. This is the perfect gift for the future astronaut in your life!
Look Inside Space: ($14.99)
Your kiddos will enjoy lifting the flaps in this fun book while learning about the stars, moon and everything space related. With layered flaps and fold out pages, you’ll enjoy space up close!
Fold Out Solar System: (14.99)
If you’re looking for a hands-on book that offers beautiful art and hands-on learning, this is it! The book folds out into one giant, double-sided solar system. Examine asteroids, planets, comets and so much more.
Book of the Moon: (14.99)
If you have a younger child who is as obsessed with the moon as my 3 year old, you NEED this book. It covers everything from how to get to the moon, moon suits, gravity and more. I’d recommend this for the 6 and under crowd.
Big Book of Stars and Planets: ($14.99)
Learn about our stars, galaxies, solar systems and so much more with this “Big Book.” The huge fold-out pages are so fun and crammed with information. Your kids will soak up the bits of information and keep coming back for more.
There are SO many amazing space themed books in the Usborne library. With the huge amount of facts, vivid illustrations and simplified information, you can’t afford to miss these Usborne space books!