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The Klutz Guide To The Galaxy Book Review

Klutz is always churning out great books for kids who are curious, on everything from cooking to crafts to science. The Klutz Guide to the Galaxy is another must-have tool, this time for all you budding astronomers!

Galaxy Guide

The Klutz Guide to the Galaxy promises that “you’ll never be lost in space again.” To keep that promise, the book guides you on a learning adventure through the universe, giving you amazing facts and information about the sun, moon, planets and stars in our solar system – right from your very own back yard!

On the way, you’ll have a chance to keep track of your journey (and the things you see) in your very own Galactic Passport, establish your very own space observatory and become an expert at identifying all those twinkly lights you see in the night sky.

Cool Tools

The Klutz Guide to the Galaxy comes with six must-have tools:

  • Build-It-Yourself Telescope
  • Night-Sight Flashlight
  • No-Batteries-Required Sundial
  • Super-Simple Star Maps
  • Steer-By-The-Stars Quadrant
  • Lunatic Wheel for Moon Gazers

Visit the Klutz website to pick up your copy today!

Want to learn more about the galaxy? CLICK HERE to learn more!

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Where in the Galaxy Do You Want to Go?

  • Mars.
  • Somewhere with good beaches.
  • Jupiter.
  • The Moon!

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