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Hello, World! Solar System

Hello, World! Solar System

Board Book

$7.99
Hello, World! Solar System

About the Book

Learn from home and explore the world with these fun and easy board books!

Every young child loves to look up at the moon in the night sky. Here’s a Hello, World! board book that can teach toddlers all about the sun, moon, stars, and planets—with colors, shapes, sizes, and super-simple facts.

Hello, World! is a series designed to introduce first nonfiction concepts to babies and toddlers. Told in clear and easy terms and featuring bright, cheerful illustrations, Hello, World! makes learning fun for young children. And each sturdy page offers helpful prompts for engaging with your child. (“Can you point to the red planet? That’s Mars!”) It’s a perfect way to bring science and nature into the busy world of a toddler, where learning never stops. 

Look for all the books in the Hello, World! series:

• Solar System
• Weather
• Backyard Bugs
• Birds
• Dinosaurs
• My Body
• How Do Apples Grow?
• Ocean Life
• Moon Landing
• Pets
• Arctic Animals
• Construction Site
• Rainforest Animals
• Planet Earth 
• Reptiles
• Cars and Trucks 
• Music
• Baby Animals
• On the Farm
• Garden Time
• Planes and Other Flying Machines
• Rocks and Minerals
• Snow

Product Details

On sale: March 8, 2016
Age: 0-3 years
Grade: Up to Preschool
Page count: 26 Pages
ISBN: 9780553521030
Reading level: Lexile: AD470L

Author Bio

JILL McDONALD is the Missouri-based illustrator of the Hello, World! board book series. Jill's cheery and colorful art can also be found on clothing, fabric, bedding, stationery, puzzles, and games. See more of her work at jillmcdonalddesign.com and follow her on Instagram at @missjillmcdonald.

Praise

“A cheerful introduction to outer space.”—Booklist

“Supplemental tidbits (“Ouch! Asteroids and comets often hit this planet,” [McDonald] writes about Mercury) offer additional details to pique the interest of children just hearing about Earth’s cosmic neighbors for the first time.”—Publishers Weekly