Travel to the furthest reaches of the Universe and visit 100 remarkable objects along the way with this stunning book about space.
Will Gater is an astronomy journalist, author, and presenter. His work has appeared in New Scientist, BBC Sky at Night magazine, Physics World, Focus, and Astronomy Now, among others. He is the author of several popular astronomy books and is an experienced observational astronomer and astrophotographer. Alongside his efforts to popularise science and astronomy on TV and radio he recently toured his first live show, 'The Story of the Solar System', in theatres around the UK.
Do judge a book by its cover; this one is as gorgeous as it looks. Not only that, it contains the full glory of the cosmos in a language that's simple and engaging enough for an eight-year-old. Although The Mysteries of the Universe is aimed at children, it really is a treat for all ages. Visually stunning, with a fabulous selection of space photos, artworks and illustrations, it is also all-encompassing in its astronomy. * BBC Sky At Night magazine *