The Solar System: Interactive Mazes for Exploring

Pierre-François Mouriaux, Illustrated by Jeremie Claeys

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Age level: Middle Grade: Ages 8-12


Climb into your space suit, make sure your gloves and helmet are properly secured, and settle behind the controls of your spaceship. 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 . . . liftoff! Fly through these 17 mazes and the universe will have no more secrets for you! Discover each of the planets in our solar system, which countries have sent animals into space, and what a day in the life of an astronaut looks like! But beware of traps, distractions, and dead ends . . .

Size: 9 1/2" x 11 3/4" x 1/8" | 35+ color images | 32 pp
ISBN13: 9780764360060

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Pierre-François Mouriaux is a journalist, a specialist in the space field, and a contributor to several industry space magazines, including Air & Cosmos. He was a conservation attaché at the Le Bourget Air and Space Museum and has authored or coauthored six children’s books, including How Do You Pee in Space?, two dictionaries, and a biography, Alexandre Ananoff: The Little-Known Astronaut. Pierre-François is president of the association "Stories of Space." Visit the website at ? Jérémie Claeys, originally from Belgium, now lives and works in Paris, France. He believes art is the highest form of communication, and this is why he is an illustrator. He is especially passionate about crafting visual metaphors that allow people to better understand each other. Jérémie has worked with clients such as Heineken, the British Council, and more.