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and Children's Book Author Dr. Bruce Betts
NEW: Space Exploration for Kids
Get ready to take a thrilling journey to the farthest reaches of the universe. Space Exploration for Kids is loaded with out-of-this-world facts and eye-popping photographs that give you an inside look into the daily lives of astronauts. From learning the history of space exploration and rockets to what life is like up there, this top choice among space books for kids 6-9 will inspire you to reach for the stars.
More info and pre-order it on Amazon: Space Exploration for Kids
RECENT: My First Book of Planets
My First Book of Planets: All about the Solar System for Kids has introductory info and fun facts about all the planets and dwarf planets in our Solar System. Filled with lots of pictures, it will excite and educate young children about space.
More info and order it on Amazon: My First Book of Planets
V.R. Space Explorers
V.R. Space Explorers: Titan's Black Cat is a story about a group of kids who explore exotic locations in space using virtual reality. They are guided by a hologram and accompanied by a robotic dog that spews Random Space Facts. This time, they explore the Saturn system while trying to solve a mystery of a black cat on Saturn's moon Titan. The book has real planetary science, a cool story, and amazing illustrations!
More info and order it on Amazon: V.R. Space Explorers [Available in hardcover, paperback, and Kindle editions.]
Super Cool Space Facts
Released in September 2019: Super Cool Space Facts: A Fun, Fact-filled Space Book for Kids. It includes info about a wide range of space topics from planets, to stars, to rockets, to the Big Bang. Each topic has basic info and several space facts about that topic. And then there are the space jokes for kids (and adults :))!
More info and order it at: Super Cool Space Facts
Now ALSO AVAILABLE ON AUDIBLE READ BY THE AUTHOR!
Astronomy for Kids: How to Explore Outer Space with Binoculars, a Telescope, or Just Your Eyes!
You can see it here.
The book is an introduction to and resource for night sky viewing (with just your eyes, binoculars, or telescopes) with observing tips, tens of fun, easy objects to see and how to find them, and, of course, space facts.
My presentation from Space Educators Institute August 5, 2020 including links to resources:
Where to find more Random Space Facts, Videos, and Info of all sorts from Bruce Betts:
Facebook page: DrBruceBetts
Weekly Planetary Radio show (Bruce does a segment with Mat Kaplan at the end of each show with a Random Space Fact, trivia contest, and night sky info)
Bruce's Online Class: Introduction to Planetary Science and Astronomy