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Professor Astro Cat's Frontiers of Space 500-Piece Puzzle: Cosmic Jigsaw Puzzle and Seek-and-Find Poster

Category: Game
Illustrated By: Newman, Ben
By (author): Walliman, Dominic
Subject:  GAMES / Puzzles
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Games & Activities / Puzzles
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Astronomy
  JUVENILE NONFICTION / Science & Nature / Discoveries
Publisher: Potter
Published: June 2020
Format: Game
Pages: 500
Size: 9.75in x 7.75in
Our Price:
$ 22.99
Availability:
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From The Publisher*A delightful 500-piece jigsaw puzzle featuring the midcentury-style art from the cult hit Professor Astro Cat's Frontiers of Space, plus a reference poster with more engaging activities.

Puzzles are a unique and fun way to teach children important skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, creativity, and hand-eye coordination. Now they can discover the solar system and outer space with this 500-piece puzzle based on Professor Astro Cat's Frontiers of Space. A matching poster includes a search-and-find activity with science vocabulary and proper nouns (such as satellites, comets, International Space Station, and NASA Curiosity Rover), making this a fun way for kids ages seven and up to learn more about space.
Biographical NoteDr. Dominic Walliman is a scientist who works on quantum computers. He studied quantum device physics at Birmingham University, where he also taught physics. He also holds a BSc and MSc in computer science. He is the co-author of the Professor Astro Cat books, which have been translated into eighteen languages.

Ben Newman has developed a distinct aesthetic over the years: a contemporary fusion of bold shapes, bright colors and playful characters that has been described as "bauhaus fuzzy felt." He has produced work for a large range of clients, including the Tate Modern, New York Times, BBC Radio 4, Google, and The New Yorker. His practice extends outside of commercial work into worldwide exhibitions, paintings, and three dimensional collaborations. He spends the majority of his time collaborating on the Professor Astro Cat children's books with his longtime friend Dr. Dominic Walliman.