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#CybilsAwards Book Lists: Space


This week, the Sunday before the finalists are announced (check back again January 1st), let’s celebrate everything SPACE! Astronauts, astronomers, stars, night skies, our factory leaps into space, current and future space travel … there is so much out there!

Transition: Discoveries from the outer spaces of space
By Miranda Paul, illustrated by Sija Hong
Milbrook Publishing

Hello, Earth !: Songs for our planet
By Joyce Sidman, illustrated by Miran Asien Laura
Eerdmans books for young readers

A spectacular and expansive celebration of science and art, peace, earth! It is a book to cherish in any landscape you call home. Nicole B. Feed your addiction to fiction

I wish I had a walkie-talkie: and other songs for our galaxy
By Ian Dosher, illustrated by Tim Badjan
Quirk Books

Good night, character!
By James McGowan, illustrated by Graham Carter
Boyds Mills Publishing

Narrative and child-friendly images on each page, along with detailed factual information that explains more of the story. Dov dwarf at ReaderBuzz

The little spaceship that can
By Joyce Lapin, illustrated by Simona Chakerley
Sterling children’s books

Loaded with valuable and fascinating illustrations, labeled diagrams, and photo additions and sidebars, there are plenty of reference books. But the technique of turning an unmanned spacecraft into this optimistic and determined figure makes the whole project come to life on the page. – Sandy Brahl

The Stars Recorded: The Amazing Walk in Space by Edward White
By Courtney Velins, illustrated by Courtney Dawson

Things between the stars: How Vera Robin discovered most of the universe
By Sandra Nickel, illustrated by Aimée Sicuro
Harry N. Abrams

Black Hole Chasers: The True and Amazing Story of an Astronomical Breakthrough
By Anna Crowley Reading
Feiwel & Friends

A premise assures that shows great excitement … This book can satisfy the science geek in many readers – Dr. Genevieve Ford

The last gate of the emperor
By Kwame Mabelia and Prince Joel lamenting

Takeover of the Great Engine Room (Eudora Space Kid)
By David Horn, illustrated by Talita Shipman
David Horn

I thought the plot was out of this world and a great way to introduce readers to this wonderful character, and what looks like a promising series! I can not wait to see what will happen next for Eudora and friends … and I think the kids will be there with me in anticipation of the next adventure! – GRGenius in Satisfaction for readers who do not know satiety

The last number of stories
By Donna Barba Emigrated
Dear Levin

Clues to the universe
By Christina Lee
Wooden pen books

Always a good sign for an audio book when I obsessively clean and organize beforehand, I do not want to stop listening! – Laura Gardner in Librarian c

In the Shadow of the Moon: America, Russia and the Hidden History of the Space Race
By Amy Chrix
Belzer + Bray

Shadow of the Moon is a book that can be appreciated by those who have a real interest in space travel. It provides a beautiful history of the challenges facing this point in space exploration, while the challenges await future research – Terry Doherty in The reading bath

Beyond the mapped stars
By Rosalyn Ives
Alfred A. Books. Knopf for young readers

By EK Johnston
Dutton books for young readers

All that preface is saying I did not know I needed to retell the Fisher King myth, which takes place in space with magic, but now my heart is upset and my brain is a bit blown up and I’m not sure how to review it. – Kim Aipersbach

The darkness outside of us
By Elliott Sharper
Catherine v. Books

This book plays with some familiar science fiction tropics, layers in a mystery of life or death, adds a sweet and weird love story (Can’t Tell You Why It’s Strange: Too Spoiled), and sends you on a journey of thoughts of epic twists – Kim Hipersbach in Dead House Plants



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