A Feast of Celestial Information
What starts as an examination of the sun and its role, becomes an entertaining and informative contemplation on our cosmic universe, earth, our bodies, science and a plethora of other things.
This book is just under 200 pages and is a short but engrossing journey for adults to read to themselves, or youngsters who are sure to be engaged by the winsome illustrations with playful font.
The audiobook, narrated by Imogen Church, conveys the winsome tone and lyrical style of the book’s descriptions and makes for a sweet listen.
Fun and fascinating, this book might appeal to Bill Bryson fans. Ella Frances Saunders has also written two other titles that are visually and narratively entertaining.
The Illustrated Book of Sayings and Lost in Translation.
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