One of the books we have is a mix of science and art.
The left side pages are full of info on a space related subject, while the page on the right gives instructions for an art project. On one of the pages we learned about constellations. The corresponding activity involved paint and gold thread which I couldn't be bothered with so I substituted glitter glue and star stickers. It turned out just as nicely and dd1 enjoyed it.
Orion is our favourite constellation because it contains an easy to find nebula. The Orion Nebula or Messier 42 is located in the middle of the sword and can be seen with a decent pair of binoculars. It's pretty much the only Messier object that I can find without a lot of searching.
If Orion is still visible by the time we get some clear skies, I'll drag the telescope out for a closer look. Until then, we'll continue with the arts and crafts.