Top positive review
Fun and educational (and the cover glows in the dark!)
Reviewed in the United States on April 26, 2012
My daughter loves Fancy Nancy, and this one is probably her favorite. It's filled with lots of facts about stars, our sun, and the moon and can really get little ones interested in astronomy.
My only minor complaint is that they state very concretely that there are no aliens (which seems like an out of place comment since they are just talking about the moon and stars in this book). I think this is very open to debate, it seems odd that they say this in here like it's a fact. I'm just saying, the universe is a huge place, the probability of lifeforms elsewhere in it is pretty high. Anyway, when I read this book I add "on the moon" when I read that "there aren't any aliens"--that's much more accurate and has actually been scientifically proven.
The book also shows Nancy and Jo Jo playing together a lot--it's nice seeing a kids book with siblings getting along, rather than just arguing all the time for low-brow comedic effect.
Finally, the cover glows in the dark! Yes, this actually was a big selling point, kids love things that glow in the dark.