NG Angry Birds Space - National Geographic Reviews
Description:ISBN 1426209924 / Author: National Geographic / Paperback / 160 Pages / Book is published 2012-03-20 by National Geographic Society
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by - written on 24/08/12 (Very useful, 77 readings)
Amazon's website says: "Blast off with the Angry Birds as they fly through space on an intergalactic rescue mission! Evil space piggies have stolen their eggs and are hiding them somewhere in outer space. To save them, the Angry Birds have teamed up with National Geographic to learn all they can about planets, moons, stars, galaxies, and the mysteries of the universe." This caught my interest right away. My children both love Angry Birds, and have an interest in space as well. I love the idea of using favourite children's characters to make learning more fun. and despite a few recent disappointments, I've always thought quite highly of ... Read the complete review
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