“Star Stuff: Carl Sagan and the Mysteries of the Cosmos” beautifully explains the curiosity and interest Carl Sagan had on knowing about the universe. Stephanie Ruth Sisson has took the story in a amazing manner and tries to share the mysteries of the cosmos to the kids. The book seems to be easy to understand for kids from 4 to 8 years. The book can be definitely considered a tribute to the Great Hero: Carl Sagan. If you feel your kids are passionate about stars stuff, cosmos, universe and other related stuff, you can amuse them with this masterpiece. After you read this book, you will definitely feel its a blend of Science, Imagination and Inspiration.
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