How to Eat in Space
Helen Taylor (Author) Stevie Lewis (Illustrator)
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DescriptionA kid-friendly, accessible, and humorous picture book about the sometimes complicated task of eating while in outer space--spoiler: it's not as simple as it seems! Without a kitchen, plates, or cups, eating in space isn't easy. When food floats (and so do you), remember: 1. Be patient: Preparing a meal without gravity's help takes time.
2. Avoid crumbs: They get everywhere!
3. Clean up after yourself: Today's stray snack could become tomorrow's smelly surprise. Once you learn the dos and don'ts, you'll be eating like an astronaut in no time! This fact-filled look at the sometimes complicated task of eating while away from Earth will show young readers what it's really like to live on the space station, with engaging back matter that takes a deep dive into the topic and features photos of real NASA astronauts!
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
October 31, 2023
0.0 X 0.0 X 0.0 inches | 0.35 pounds
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About the Author
Helen Taylor is a science-loving children's book writer living in Santa Cruz, California. She started telling quirky stories in the museum world, writing about polar bear hair plugs, catfish physicals, and other curiosities. How to Eat in Space is her picture book debut. She invites you to visit her online at helenstaylor.com and follow her on Twitter @heyhelentaylor. Stevie Lewis wanted to be an astronaut before she became an artist. When she's not illustrating books about space, she enjoys hiking and rock climbing. Stevie lives in Montana with her partner and two dogs. She invites you to visit her online at chocosweete.com and follow her on Instagram @chocosweete.