A beautifully illustrated and presented guide to the night sky for children
In this beautifully presented hardcover book, discover 15 stars, planets and other celestial bodies, and learn how to spot them in the night sky!
Writen by NASA science writer Noelia González and illustrated by Sara Boccaccini Meadows, this is the perfect introduction to the night sky for families everywhere.
Understand the phases of the moon, learn to navigate by the North Star and discover how to travel through space and time from your own window in this book which uncovers how humankind has its history woven into the constellations that light up our skies.
Noelia González is a bilingual multimedia journalist, writer and poet. Her reporting has ranged from science, technology and the environment, to women's rights and underrepresented communities. Currently, she is a senior science writer and editor at NASA en español, where she covers Earth science and space exploration.
Noelia's home country is Uruguay and her adoptive home is in Maryland, where she lives with her husband and daughter.
Sara Boccaccini Meadows is a British-born illustrator based in Los Angeles. Her playful and illustrative work, created in watercolour, gouache and ink pen and inspired by the great outdoors, has won her an audience of a quarter of a million followers on Instagram.
- Beautiful illustrations
- Perfect gift for age 5 years and up
- Learn about the history and relatives of 15 stars, planets and constellations
- Learn how to spot celestial bodies and constellations in the night sky
- Author: Noelia González
- Art by: Sara Boccaccini Meadows
- Format: Hardcover Book