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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > May 2018 > Space matters

Space matters

New books for budding astronauts look at the past, present, and future of off-earth exploration


The Space Adventurer’s Guide

Mighty Mission Machines: From Rockets to Rovers

Dave Williams and Loredana Cunti; Theo Krynauw, ill.

Annick Press, Ages 9–12

The Space Adventurer’s Guide: Your Passport to the Coolest Things to See and Do in the Universe

Peter McMahon and John Holinaty, ill.

Kids Can Press, Ages 8–12

DESPITE THE BEST efforts of people like Chris Hadfield, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and J.J. Abrams, we’ve been living through a bit of a space enthusiasm desert. These days, young people are more focused on the possibilities of exploring digital spaces rather than the infinite, airless one that surrounds our planet.

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