Carolyn DeCristofano wondered about it, too,
tackled the topic for middle school readers
in her new book illustrated by Michael Carroll.
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Kirkus Reviews sings her praises.
☟☟ click here for full review ☟☟
Oh, my stars! As the cover proclaims, a black hole may not be an actual hole, but readers will be glad they fell into this book. ...
Carolyn says it best:
"I love the creative challenge of developing activities & exhibits that stretch how people think about science. ..."
✬ Visit her website for full details ☚ click
✬ Pop in on her interview with Barbara O'Connor @ Greetings From Nowhere ☚ click
✰ Or catch her in person
Wednesday, April 4, 7:00 PM:
South Shore Astronomy Club, Norwell, MA.Inquire: http://ssastros.org
Saturday, May 12, time tbd:
Reading and Signing;
Charlesbridge Publishing Celebrates
Children’s Book Week, Watertown, MA
(Details at http://www.charlesbridge.com or inquire: firstname.lastname@example.org)
SCIENCE, SCIENCE, SCIENCE
✵ FUN ✻ FASCINATING ❆ FACTS ❊
for middle school readers
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