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Usborne are celebrating the publication of their fantastic new book The Usborne Offical Astronaut's Handbook by Louie Stowell, a light-hearted how-to guide, providing a crash course on what it takes to travel into space. And ahead of Tim Peake's mission to the International Space Station in December 2015, Usborne have samples of the The Usborne Mini Astronaut’s Handbook to give away to libraries and Chatterbooks groups.
Samplers come in packs of 10 - order yours below while stocks last!
Go to our website to find out all about a special competition we are running with Usborne for children. Top prize gets a star named after them!
More about The Astronaut's Handbook
The Usborne Offical Astronaut's Handbook answers the big questions about space travel, from "How do rockets work?" and "What do astronauts do all day?" to "How do you go to the toilet on a spaceship?" Find out how to get to the International Space Station, and what goes on inside it - and outside it, too, in the blackness of space.
As well as exploring the day to day lives of astronauts, The Usborne Offical Astronaut's Handbook explores the technology that astronauts use, from space suits to Soyuz spacecraft, and the scientific experiments they do on board the International Space Station.