National Geographic Angry Birds Space: A Furious Flight Into the Final Frontier (Paperback)
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It's one small step for birds, one giant leap for birdkind...
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. Four chapters take the readers deeper and deeper into space--each one packed with Angry Birds, astounding space photography, and fascinating "Astrofacts" and "Space Data" features that surprise and enthrall. Join the birds as they observe robots on Mars, take a spin with the Jupiter's Great Red Spot, visit where stars are born in galaxies far, far away, and look for life on strange new worlds. This official companion book to the Angry Birds Space game shows the furious fliers everything they'll need to know on their quest to explore the galaxy and rescue their precious eggs.
The book is organized into four levels, each one taking the reader and the birds farther and farther into space:
Level One. "You Are Here: What's Out There?"
Level Two. "Short Flights: The Inner Solar System"
Level Three. "Longer Journey: The Outer Solar System"
Level Four. "Flying Farther: Deep Space.
About the Author
Amy Briggs is a writer who specializes in books on space, animals, and weird facts about the world. She is the author of several Angry Birds books for National Geographic, including titles on the seasons and Star Wars. Briggs lives in Arlington, Virginia, with her husband and daughter, who are very understanding about her Angry Birds addiction. Peter Vesterbacka has established several tech businesses, including Slush, MobileMonday, and Lightneer Inc. He has also served as the chief marketing officer and "Mighty Eagle" of Rovio, where he drove the company's marketing and brand strategy, taking the Angry Birds brand to new and unexpected places. To learn more, follow @pvesterbacka on Twitter.