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Reviewed by Alma Boucher for Readers' Favorite
David fell asleep in class because he was tired from studying the planets the previous night. He had the most amazing dream while he was asleep. He woke up on Mercury and was the first human to visit the rocky planet. In David’s Space Flight by Kim Dwyer, David visits every planet in the solar system. While visiting, he learns the names of the planets in the solar system in order from the sun. He also learns very interesting and fun facts about each of the planets. There is at least one fun fact about each planet that he can remember. His teacher, Mrs. Smith-Chen, called his name and he woke up from his dream. He felt very happy when he woke up.
David’s Space Flight by Kim Dwyer shares information in an accessible way that sparks interest in the planets and the solar system. The book is well written and the words flow naturally from page to page. I liked the illustrations that are bright and colorful on a black background. There are questions asked about our five senses and children have to read the story to find the answers. They learn a mnemonic device, a memory technique that can help increase their ability to recall and retain information. The story skillfully entertains young readers while educating them about the planets and the solar system. Kim Dwyer provides a unique reading experience and interaction for children. A coloring page is added for youngsters to color and they have to draw a picture of David. I recommend this book for children and parents who have an interest in the solar system.