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Project Hail Mary
A lone survivor is awakened on a desperate mission to save humanity and the earth from extinction. But there's a catch: he can't remember his name, his assignment, or even how to complete it. Armed with only his wits and an unexpected ally, he embarks on an interstellar journey to conquer an impossible task. Part scientific mystery, part dazzling adventure, Project Hail Mary is a survival tale that rivals The Martian while exploring uncharted territories of space.
@andyweirauthor Can’t think of a better place to read it - brilliant book @andyweirauthor – source
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[This Thing of Darkness] [By
Harry Thompson] [January, 2006]
"Venture into the 19th century with an epic tale of sea-faring adventure, exploring the lives of Captain Robert Fitzroy and Charles Darwin aboard 'The Beagle'. This book delves into the themes of adventure, emotion, tragedy, and history, all while shedding light on the clash of beliefs between two men: the Christian Tory aristocrat and his passenger, the liberal minor cleric who challenged everything Fitzroy stood for. Experience the thrill and heartache of this gripping tale."
I love a book that tells epic tales of exploration & survival.’This Thing of Darkness’ has me gripped & looking back at pictures I took of Patagonia, thinking about new adventures Thanks @swoopadventures for the book. #worldbookday #patagonia #earthpix – source
The Perfect Bedtime Book! (Goodnight Series)
Rocket across the stars and through the universe with this charming and poetic bedtime story perfect for little star gazers. Delight in the joyful illustrations and fun rhymes as you say goodnight to shuttles, bases, and the deepest, darkest spaces. Parents and toddlers will love sharing this book for bedtime, nap time, or any time at all. Blast off to dreamland with Goodnight Spaceman.
@Lou_Lou78 @MicheRobinson Great choice of book. My boys love it too. #worldbookday #askanastronaut – source
The Genius Experiment (Max Einstein, 1)
Meet Max Einstein, a young genius who hacks into NYU's computer system, builds inventions to help the homeless, and even talks to Albert Einstein (well, in her imagination). In this #1 New York Times bestseller, officially approved by the Albert Einstein archives, Max is recruited by a mysterious organization to solve some of the world's toughest problems using science. Together with a diverse group of young geniuses from around the globe, they invent new ways to power the farthest reaches of the planet, while battling against the sinister outfit known as The Corporation. This fast-paced, science-filled caper is a must-read for kids and adults alike.
Any young readers out there interested in #science and #adventure...this book is brilliant! – source