Telescopes for Kids: A Junior Scientist's Guide to Stargazing, Constellations, and Discovering Far-Off Galaxies (Jr. Scientists)
Explore the mysteries of the night sky with the Junior Scientists series for kids ages 6 to 9
Scan the skies for 40 incredible sights with a book that shows budding scientists how to use a telescope for kids. You’ll learn how to choose a telescope, set it up, and seek out the wonders of the Northern Hemisphere, from the Big Dipper to the Whirlpool Galaxy.
- Detailed visual guides―Illustrations of each star, planet, and more make them easier to spot― and once you can identify the major ones, you can use them to find others with any telescope for kids.
- Outer space school―Discover what time of year it's easiest to see different objects in the sky, the life cycle of a star, how galaxies are cataloged, and more!
- Fun facts―Find out where the constellations get their names and why looking at the stars means you’re actually looking back in time!
See what’s happening out in the cosmos with this guide to making the most of a telescope for kids.