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Space Alphabet

As you should be well aware I love Space (I’m pretty fond of the alphabet as well).

That’s why when I came across this yesterday I thought it would be remiss of me not to post about how wonderful this print really is. It’s something that your little ones will love, but also that they’ll learn from. Forget the basic A is for Apple rubbish… knowing what an Apple is will come naturally as they grow up anyway, but understanding what a Black Hole is…. that is opening up a whole realm of possibilities.

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