by McGowan, James
Learn all about the Mars Opportunity Rover “Oppy” in this fictionalized account of the space exploration robot’s time on the red planet.
by Dennis, Kathryn
Snakes in space? Yes, indeed. The colorful crew explores stars and planets on a fabuloussss adventure with accessible, fun, sibilant text. Brimming with rocket ships and planets, this outer space adventure is also a fun read aloud. And at the end, there’s a surprise sure to delight readers, as one of the snakes makes a new friend!
by Virján, Emma J.
Captain Cat and Pilot Matt want to take a trip, so they hop on their spaceship and take off to Mars. Adventure and friendly aliens–await them on the red planet!
by Hastings, Ximena
Sally Brown is writing a report about Sally Ride, the first American woman in space. There’s only one thing for Sally Brown to do: Become an astronaut, too! A special section at the back of the book includes nonfiction facts about famous female NASA astronauts!
by Warga, Jasmine
The One and Only Ivan meets The Wild Robot in this unique and deeply moving middle grade novel about the journey of a fictional Mars rover, from the Newbery Honor-winning author.
by Anderson, John David
A beloved author returns with the first book in a coming-of-age sci-fi duology about Leo, a kid trying to navigate the galaxy in order to save his family–and, possibly, the planet Earth.
by Hernández, Zaida
Luz Lucero has won the contest of a lifetime: to break barriers and become the first kid in space. To prepare for her legendary mission, she will taste-test delicious astronaut meals, practice her spacewalk, and learn new languages. Before you know it, we will witness this star-gazing girl’s first blastoff into space.
¿Estás preparado para un viaje alucinante a través del universo? Adéntrate en el espacio con esta increíble Enciclopedia Británica, la enciclopedia más reconocida y rigurosa del mundo.
by Gifford, Clive
This stellar volume provides the information they need, including astonishing facts about the sun, moon, planets, and our own Earth. High-interest science curricular topics such as black holes, asteroids, and space missions are explained through comprehensible and at-level text.
by Markovics, Joyce L.
Humans have been visiting space since 1961, the year the first person traveled to space. Since that time, countless others, in addition to thousands of spacecraft, have gone to space with hopes of exploring our solar system and beyond. This book offers a comprehensive look at this fascinating topic.
by Carson, Mary Kay
Tracing the evolution of humankind’s pursuit of astronomical knowledge, this resource looks deep into the furthest reaches of space. Children will follow along as the realization that the Earth is not at the center of the universe leads all the way up to recent telescopic proof of planets orbiting stars outside the solar system.
by Roach, Mary
America’s funniest science writer explores the irresistibly strange universe of life without gravity in this New York Times bestseller.