What do you see when you look up at the sky? It may seem like a big, empty space, but it's busier than you think.
From clouds and stars, to birds, planes and everything in between - there's a whole sky to explore. Skygazing is a double-sided book full of incredible cross-curricular information, fun activities, and beautiful illustrated scenes to enjoy.
Discover why the sky is blue, early experiments in flight, and how helicopters stay aloft, before flipping the book to read all about the night sky. Find out how to read the stars, spot the night's flying creatures and see the colors of the aurora borealis.
Every morning, the Sun rises, filling the vast, wide sky with light. Wherever you go, the sky surrounds you: endless and always changing—from the piercing bright blue of a summer day, to cloud-studded, pink and orange at sunset, or thunderous dark charcoal before a storm.
The sky can blind you with light, wash you with rain, or sprinkle you with snow. It’s the domain of swooping birds, migrating butterflies, hot-air balloons and helicopters, sudden lightning, and shimmering rainbows.
Look up, and you can feel how tiny you are. It’s a sight that links you with everyone and everything on the planet, as we all share the same sky. Ages 8 to 12.