Since childhood, I have always been fascinated by Space. The possibilities and unexplained phenomena continue to excite me to this day. Arguably, if one wants to lear about the mysteries of space, a good starting point would be our own solar system.
Since learning (a few years ago now...) that Pluto may not be the 'last' planet of of solar system, I have continued to wonder what may be ahead. In fact, I should mention that technically, Pluto is no longer considered to be a 'planet', but a part of a larger group of cosmic bodies.
This book gives the reader a concise and easy to follow understanding of what Pluto is, its discovery and what this means for us. There are some very nice pictures, however, these are all clustered in the (near) centre of the book as they are printed on finer paper; I would have like to seen such pictures distributed throughout the book. However, if it is content one is after, this book will serve that purpose well.