Book Reviews: Children’s Books

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Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: Life on Earth – and Beyond: An Astrobiologist’s Quest Author: Pamela S. Turner Ages: 10 to young

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Robert A. Lee Title: LEGO Space: Building the Future Author: Peter Reid and Tim Goddard Ages: 7 to adult NSS

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Susan Raizer Title: Max Goes to the Space Station Author: Jeffrey Bennett Illustrator: Michael Carroll Ages: 4-12 NSS Amazon link

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Susan Raizer Title: Beyond the Solar System: Exploring Galaxies, Black Holes, Alien Planets, and More – a History with 21

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: Star Wars: A Galactic Pop-up Adventure Author: Matthew Reinhart Ages: 7 and up NSS Amazon link for

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: The Seven Stars of Matariki Author: Toni Rollerston-Cummins Illustrator: Nikki Slade-Robinson Ages: 4 and up NSS Amazon link

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: Apollo’s Outcasts Author: Allen Steele Ages: 10 to Young Adult NSS Amazon link for this book Format:

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: A Black Hole Is Not a Hole Author: Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano Illustrator: Michael Carroll Ages: 10 to

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: Meet the Planets Author: John McGranaghan Illustrator: Laurie Allen Klein Ages: 5 and up NSS Amazon link

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot Author: Margaret McNamara Illustrator:  Mark Fearing Ages: preschool

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Susan Raizer Title: Out Of This World: New Mexico’s Contributions to Space Travel Author: Loretta Hall Ages: Young Adult-Adult NSS

Category: Children’s Book Reviewed by: Marianne Dyson Title: Taking Off Author: Jenny Moss Ages: YA-Adult NSS Amazon link for this book Format: Hardbound Pages: 340

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