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Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Explore Space Now! Book - cover

Your Amazing Itty Bitty® Explore Space Now! Book

Pamela Hoffman

Publisher: S & P Productions, Inc

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Have an Amazing Experience with these15 Simple, Fun and Thrilling Activities; Safe for the Whole Family.  Experience thrilling, space exploration adventures yourself, from the safety of your own back yard or home. Work your way out from there to even more interesting and self-directed activities of your own choosing. 45 ideas for learning about the cosmos - one additional and one advanced activity per chapter - to take this space exploring adventure as far as you would like!  You can explore space from earth: Start where you are, indoors or out. Search for satellites among the stars above you.  Fits any budget from none to making money yourself!  These are the safest thrills you can have with your whole family.  Pick up a copy of this exciting book today and start your own adventures exploring space, science and astronomy!

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