Professor Astro Cat Review and Giveaway

We love Flying Eye Books in this house, they have the most amazing illustrations and are full of fun educational content!  I was recently contacted by them to do a review and giveaway for my lovely readers which is so exciting to share with you all!


The newest member to the Professor Astro family is the Intergalactic Activity Book by Zelda Turner and Ben Newman. This book is chalked full of fun activities, experiments, facts and adventures you can create! This is a perfect book to pick up for the summer holidays/rainy days to keep them busy and learning at the same time.  When I received the activity book I was really impressed by how much there is to do and all the fun vibrant colours throughout the book. This book is perfect for the age group of 7-11 and even though my daughter is only 3, she still was amazed. I am leaving the more difficult activities until she is a bit older and will appreciate them more. We stuck to looking through the book, reading it and some easy designing, colouring options.



One of the many activities your children can do in this book as Freya is showing above, is designing a fun spacesuit, which she had a blast doing! Your child can really let their imagination go wild in this book while learning and creating. My little one loves cats so that is a much added bonus to the theme here, she was so excited turning each page. Some more examples of the fun activities you can do are pictured below like creating your own Constellation and learning the Nato Phonetic Alphabet!






Inside Cover

AstroCat Prize

AstroCat Prize

If you would like to win this fun activity book along with the backlist of Professor Astro Cats titles and their fun app please enter the competition! Everything you can win is in the photo above, have fun everyone and good luck!

*Disclaimer- I was sent this book to review, all opinions are my own.

Nicole xx

Professor Astro Cat Giveaway

  • Paula Readings

    We would take him into the garden as a baby and show him the stars, so i guess his interest started as a baby.

  • Angela Treadway

    When they were toddlers x

  • Kirsty Hosty

    We take our little girl into the garden now and show she the stars and sing to her, she loves watching them

  • kim neville

    My son was fascinated around 2 years old

  • John Jackson

    When he was toddler

  • Natalie Crossan

    Age 3 xx

  • Ray Dodds

    Age 3

  • Ruth Harwood

    age 2 xx

  • janine atkin

    from birth, my partner is a space geek so he had no choice!!

  • Tee simpson

    From a young age about 2 but properly age 6

  • Kimberley Ryan

    My daughter was about 3, she is now 6 and her hero is Tim Peake

  • Hannah Ingham

    My little cousin is only 2 and she loves watching the stars!

  • Danielle Louise Cresswell

    At two when my sons bedroom was decorated in a space theme xx

  • Monica Gilbert

    My daughter started pointing out the moon when she was 2.

  • Sarah Parkin

    My son did a Space Topic at school and from then on was fascinated with telling lots of space facts

  • Claire Woods

    when first reading books.

  • chris2468

    When did your little ones start to show an interest in space?. . . . . l know it sounds daft but when our dog died and went to heaven the children became fascinated by heaven and all things space

  • Denielle Nicol

    When they noticed there was stars and moon in the sky once it got all dark Dxx

  • Kate

    Around 10 months old he started pointing up at the moon.

  • Empress2976

    After I showed her button moon on youtube when she was 2

  • GCforever

    She started showing an interest in rockets and spaceships at preschool then developed it further in her first formal lesson about space at school.

  • Lady Mondegreen

    He was always obsessed with the moon :)

  • Sheri Darby

    About 2

  • Gemma Matthews

    My son said to me the other day when he was given a dvd on the solar system, “oh yay mum, I’m so keen on planets” haha he’s 4 years old but I’d say he’s been “keen” on planets since he was 3

  • Liam Bishop

    He loves watching Q Pootle 5 and since then has loved spaceships.

  • Jo McPherson

    About 18 months, he loves looking in the sky at stars

  • Jo Glasspool

    From very young.

  • a.e.adkins

    Since reading Whatever Next – kept losing my colander!

  • Adrian Bold

    Around 9 months old he started pointing up towards the moon.

  • Erica Price

    Quite early – 2 or 3

  • Laura Pritchard

    My son really got into this at age 4 (he’s 5 now) when his dad got him watching Star Wars!

  • Jessica Townley

    Just recently actually after watching a Mickey Mouse space episode. He now loves rocket ships and keeps pretending he’s flying to the moon and Mars lol!

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