The Book of Space Rockets (Clever Cogz) (Hardcover)
Join Cogz the Robot Dog and discover all about how space machines work, in this bright and fun STEM title. Cogz and his mice sidekicks, Nutty and Bolt, guide the reader through the workings of a rocket, looking closely at all the different parts and discovering information about real space missions and the spacecraft involved, including the Mars Rover and Apollo missions. Covering key STEM themes of engineering, physics, and inventions, and with a fun quiz to test young readers' knowledge, this book will get kids engaged and hands-on with learning.
Perfect for vehicle-mad pre-schoolers, the Clever Cogz series lets young readers discover different vehicles, from space rockets to racing cars. Bite-sized text and colorful, informative illustrations introduce the transport topics in a simple, engaging way for young readers with a passion for machines.
About the Author
Neil Clark isa music-loving, star-gazing creative, who has always had a passion for design. His rural upbringing, in East Yorkshire (UK), fuelled a playful imagination and a love of storytelling. This, combined with a BA(Hons) degree in Illustration, has led to a successful career in design, from creating greeting cards and unique screen prints, to writing, and illustrating children’s books.
Neil Clark grew up in the small village of Bishop Wilton, at the foot of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds in the UK. Despite dreams of being a rock & roll star, his love for illustration and storytelling led to a happy and successful career in design, from designing greetings cards to creating unique screen prints and children’s books. Neil is a lover of music, travelling the world, skateboarding, and his mischievous cat, Mila.
"Fun, informative, and nicely illustrated throughout, "The Book of Space Rockets" will be an enduringly popular addition to elementary school and community library Science Rocketry collections for young readers."—Midwest Book Review
"An absolutely adorable addition to anyone’s collection. Great information and high interest perfect for the youngest reader."—School Library Journal