‘The Boy Whose Head Was Filled With Stars,’ a beautifully illustrated children’s book about Edwin Hubble, is now on sale

“The Boy Whose Head Was Filled with Stars” tells the story of astronomer Edwin Hubble by imagining his childhood wonder of the night sky.

The picture book follows Hubble from his youth and paints his biography in a way that teaches and entertains. We aren’t the only ones who think so: the book has garnered several awards since its publication. The California Reading Association made it a EUREKA! Nonfiction Children’s Book Honor Award Winner; Air & Space Magazine named it the Best Children’s Book of 2021; and it has received great marks from Kirkus, Publisher’s Weekly and The New York Times. 

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