Childrens Picture Books: Space Travel (113 books)Saving
Children's Picture Books: Space Travel
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I think it is outstanding that children are getting interested in outer space again. For too long, the idea of exploring our universe seemed like it had stalled, and with it so did our interest in the stars. But now we are on the cusp of a new generation of astronauts heading off into the unknown. Not only are kids dreaming of the moon, but dreaming of Mars as well. The kicker is some of them will actually get to the Red Planet. Whether you are looking for a holiday gift for a space enthusiast or just some engaging space exploration reading for your kids, this list will provide you with books for kids of all ages even adult ones!
Welcome to my 10th annual list of recommended space books for kids! Here are the best space books out of the enormous stack I received from publishers this year. Get some for the kids in your life -- whether they're your own kids, your niblings, grandkids, or future space explorers who'll benefit from a donation to a library. One of the best things about writing this post every year is that afterwards I get to deliver boxes of books to local libraries and schools! I didn't receive any baby books I felt inspired to recommend this year, so if you're shopping for a kid age 0 to 3, check out my list of favorite books from past posts. Here we go.
Books for Younger Readers
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Sharing is caring - thank you for spreading the word! There are so many fascinating aspects of space travel that children seem to be drawn to. For some kids, it is the thought of being weightless in space and having to navigate zero gravity that captures their imagination. Other children might be more interested in spaceships and space travel. Note: For more space-related activities, see my Space Unit Study page.