The "See it all!" Astronomer's Handbook is an 87-page paperback book, by Alexander Shimbalev and published with the help of Levenhuk, specifically written in easy-to-read language to be an ideal introduction to astronomy and to help demystify the night sky.
It contains information on many aspects of astronomy, that explains everything you need to know about your telescope and the cosmos in general. The opening chapters introduce you to astronomy and celestial observing, then moves into explanations about telescopes and their designs to help you choose your next scope.
Later chapters provide you with detailed star charts and information about the night sky, detailing 280 objects available for observations, with commentaries and images. The planets within our solar system and their satellites, deep-sky nebulae, and star clusters are all listed with recommendations on observations, along with information about the proper way to navigate to them and the best telescope for the job.
By the time you finish this book, the night sky will reveal its secrets and mysteries to you, and you will be able to navigate across the celestial sphere — with confidence and knowledge as your co-pilot.