Kw-logo-smaller

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!

Related Stories
>
>

readers voted!

Comments

princess_Hayley_
hi heyy
commented: Sat May 14, 2011

Sprinkles382

Sprinkles382 wrote:

NEVER will I read ANYTHING REMOTELY involving learning, after school.
commented: Fri Apr 29, 2011

jokesjokes

jokesjokes wrote:

lol, i should buy this book :P
commented: Thu Apr 28, 2011

there are 3 more comments

Please login or register to add comments


like this article?
Sign up now to get more just like!

latest videos

F1114716689500

Where in the Galaxy Do You Want to Go?

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

related stories

Micro_lyrid_meteors_radiant_sm-micro
The Lyrid Meteor Shower is an annual Spring shower which is recognized as an irregular shower, wi...
Micro_klutz_micro
When most people think of origami, they think of little animals and shapes. Leave it to Klutz to ...
Klutz comes up with some SUPER books about SCIENCE (seriously, we’re impressed) that include ever...

Random in the forums

woahitskar
woahitskar posted in Debating:
"AlphaT" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: "AlphaT" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: "AlphaT" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: Right, I'm obligated to sign up for the draft, and you couldn't even if you wanted to. Then again, women couldn't own and manage land while married until 1718....and it wasn't national until around 1850. You should probably specify where, because the place where I live wasn't even colonized yet in 1718.  Providence of Pennsylvania. However most states didn't accept it until around 1840-50. Maryland had achieved statehood in 1788, but it took them until 1841 to legalize married women to own property, and even them they had no control over the property. This is the case for many states. Face it, early America treated women as property....she was right on that part. But that's all changed. I'm not denying it. I was merely suggesting that you should specify where. Of course, in all the dates you've listed so far, men were also to be bought and sold as property in the U.S. in the states that would become the Confederacy. I would say that their treatment as property was much harsher than that of women in many cases, but yes, of course both men and women have been treated as property by the law in the past, and still are in many places today.    American Slavery didn't discriminate between genders. And for women, it was the same for blacks and whites. Also, pinning slavery and the confederacy together? I thought you knew more about the topic. But that's another debate.
reply 1 minute
american_brit
american_brit posted in Debating:
"arthi" wrote: "Teh_Skittlez" wrote: "american_brit" wrote: "Pokemaster235" wrote: YES! WE women have been neglected for too long!!! I wouldn't necessarily say that. The fight for women's rights has gone on and those for feminist  rights seem to have won. Sure, there is no way to fully promote equal rights, but when it comes to women's place in society -at least in places such as the United States and European countries and in many other regions- it's been on a more leveled playing field with men.  So here? Here where I am? I'm satisfied. I don't believe that women's rights have been neglected. In some ways, they're held above those of men. But out there? Beyond the borders of my "humble" dwelling, there are some problems. Women are abused and seen as lesser. (I'm trying to put this in nicer terms. I don't think it's working... :/)  I think we need to work on fixing those, instead of complaining about how we're deprived as our rights. Because honestly? We have no idea how bad it is.  Sorry,  I went on a mini tangent.  I think your tangent was very good. You seem to have a pretty solid grasp of the situation, and you also are capable of expressing it well. Great post, great job. Agreed. Thanks guys (:
reply 4 minutes
-Gwen42--
-Gwen42-- posted in General:
Gwen. (My name.)
reply 4 minutes
woahitskar
woahitskar posted in General:
Fiona. 
reply 6 minutes
wicked13
wicked13 posted in General:
sorry.... but you don't. . . . I do (again)
reply 13 minutes

play online games

Candy-100

A great online version of the famous Candy Crush. This is the best game launched...

1515_gl_kidzworld_100x100_jpg_fz

Intriguing planets, weird and wonderful characters; challenge friends and find a...

157262_(2)

When you go back to Candyland, you’ll wonder why you ever left in the first plac...

100x100_ra_logo_girl

Uncle George has left you his farm, but unfortunately it’s in pretty bad shape. ...

_thumb_100x100

Shoot blobs with different properies to merge yellow blobs. Your blobs can be re...