Amazing Space sticker books fly out the door
THE Nextra Valley Newsagency could be mistaken for an intergalactic universe.
Staff at the newsagency have jumped on board this paper's Amazing Space rocket ship and decorated the store in all things space.
They've also given away the most sticker books, with only 20 left.
Owner Rosalie McPherson said the team had been busy promoting the books, 3D glasses and stickers.
"We have sold 80 books since Saturday and it's just started whipping up as the week's started," she said.
"Some parents have been ordering them for us to put away."
Employee Jenay Lindener had the fun task of setting it all up.
She used craft items from the shop to create a solar system and banners.
"It's been so much fun and all the juniors have been helping out," she said.
Ms Lindener, 20, also cut out astronaut figures with the newsagent's staff's faces on it.
"I even stuck my dog Ruby in an astronaut outfit," she laughed.
There's streamers, balloons, a solar system and even a model astronaut.
"It looks more like a scuba diver," Ms Lindener said.
Grab a free Amazing Space sticker book from your local newsagent.
Every day The Observer will print one token, which you can trade in at your newsagent for two stickers.