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‘Rocket’ interactive book reviewed by Long Island kids

Credit: Workman

“Rocket: A Journey through the Pages Book” created by Mike Vago (Workman) is an interactive book for young kids who are interested in space.

The book is a board book and explains facts about space. The book comes with a small plastic rocket. This is because there is a cut-out path that the rocket can travel on each page. The reader can actually move the rocket through space as he or she reads the story.

I would recommend this book for boys and girls age 7 and younger who are interested in space.

Therese O’Loughlin’s fourth-grade class, Michael F. Stokes Elementary School, Levittown

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