There is a zoomed in section of the rocks, dust, and ice that form Saturn's ring that's pretty cool for children to get the full visual. It even talks about how we know information about the planets: our satellites. I was also happy to see that Pluto wasn't left out since it was once believed to be a planet.
Overall, the educational factor of this book is perfect and I think the pictures are engaging. They explain scientific terms, like what a satellite is for example.
Final Verdict: This is perfect for children who show an interest in space and the planets. It's educational, yet fun.