International Shippping

We now provide shipping to the following countries:

Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, China, Canada, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Gibraltar, Great Britain, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and Taiwan.



You, the customer, are responsible for all taxes and duties (including VAT) imposed by your country of residence.

Read With You is not responsible for any packages held by international customs agencies and it is not the responsibility of Read With You to make the customer aware of these agencies and their actions. Please check with your country's customs office to determine their procedures and any potential charges.

For example, UK residents might expect a customs charge of at least 20% of the total cost of the purchase. Read With You is not responsible for this payment. Your package may arrive at your local post office or delivery center and be held until pickup and payment is taken care of.

If you neglect to pick up your package and it is returned to us, we will not refund the charge for original shipping.

If it is a custom order and it is returned to us, you should contact us immediately to arrange reshipping as custom orders are final sale and we cannot refund you for the purchase.

Should Read With You mistakenly be invoiced directly for any duties or fees from the shipping company after delivery, we will email an invoice for the balance due. This will need to paid immediately.

As with domestic shipping, if a package can't be delivered due to an error entering your shipping address, Read With You is not responsible for any additional fees that may incur in order to reroute or reship the package.


If you have a USPS package marked as delivered but haven't received it, please contact your local mail facility (ie. Royal Mail in the UK).


In summary; you will have to pay taxes and duties in your country. This is extra and we have no control over it. By purchasing a Read With You product, you acknowledge that you are aware of this and accept it as your financial responsibility. 


Spacecraft Coloring Pages (Coming Soon)

Rovers, Satellites, Telescopes, Probes, and More!

Spacecraft Fun Facts

Can’t get enough of the engineering marvels that fly through space?  Have you read all twenty Eyes in Space books and need some more inspiration?  The cool trivia below will impress even your most Earth-centered friend. 

James Webb Space Telescope

James Webb is 6.5 meters (21.3 ft) in diameter, made out of 18 different mirror segments.
Its mirrors are made out of beryllium.
Its powerful state-of-the-art infrared instruments will enable it to see the light from the universe’s first stars and galaxies.

The Hubble Space Telescope

Hubble moves at 27,000 kilometers per hour!
It gets all its energy from the Sun.
It uses spinning wheels to push itself forward.

Landsat 7 Earth Satellite

Landsat 7 weighed 2,200 kilograms when it was launched!   

It orbits the Earth at a height of about 00 kilometers. 

It takes thousands of pictures of Earth so that scientists can study how Earth is changing!  

Landsat 8 Earth Satellite

Landsat 8 orbits the Earth once every 99 minutes. 

It is powered by a single solar array. 

It carefully observes how the Earth’s land areas, polar caps, and climate change!  

Spitzer Space Telescope

Spitzer took amazing photos of the universe for 16 years. 

It found an undiscovered ring around Saturn. 

It found many Earth-sized exoplanets! 

Juno Space Probe to Jupiter

Juno took 5 years to reach its orbit around

Juno spins in place to keep itself stable
as it orbits Jupiter. 

Every 53 days, it gets close enough to
Jupiter to take photos and measurements! 

International Space Station

16 countries helped build the International Space Station! 

It took 136 space flights to bring all the pieces up to space and put the station together. 

It is the third brightest object in the sky, after the Moon and Venus. 

Curiosity Mars Rover

Curiosity was the first spacecraft to land with a parachute and rocket landing system. 

It is the size of a car and can travel about 2 meters per minute.   

It is designed to be able to roll over rocks as big as its wheels!  

InSight Mars Lander

InSight is the first Mars lander to study deep under the planet’s crust. 

It is 6 meters long when it has its solar panels out.   

It has a seismometer to look for earthquakes on Mars! 

Perseverance Mars Rover

Perseverance explores Mars looking for
signs of ancient life. 

It is the first rover to carry and launch a

Perseverance is collecting soil samples to
return to Earth in the future! 

Kepler Space Telescope

Kepler searches the Milky Way to find
planets like Earth.   

Its telescope is so strong that if it orbited Earth, it could detect a single porch light turning on and off. 

It had the largest camera ever launched
into space!   

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

LRO has traveled over 200 million kilometers while orbiting the Moon.
It confirmed that the Moon is cooling and shrinking!
It took over 6 billion measurements of the Moon’s surface.

Chandra X-Ray Observatory

Chandra weighs 4,800 kilograms.
Chandra’s mirrors are coated in iridium, a shiny precious metal.
It has observed light that traveled
through space for more than 12 billion years!

Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter

MRO studies the surface and weather of Mars.
It has orbited Mars over 60,000 times!
It is carrying the largest telescope ever sent to another planet.

Voyager 1 Space Probe

Voyager 1 is the farthest spacecraft from Earth!
It launched in 1977 and traveled through the solar system.
It found active volcanoes on Jupiter’s moon Io.

Cassini Space Probe to Saturn

Cassini carried the Huygens probe to Saturn’s largest moon.
It collected 635 gigabytes of scientific data.
It completed 294 orbits before it was crashed into Saturn!