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About the author


Jenna imagines our world with a mystical sense of wonder. She seeks to capture that wonder through her writing, hoping that she can offer every reader a moment to experience awe in the otherwise ordinary. She shares her life in foggy Pacific Grove, CA, with her husband of 20+ years, who she married after knowing for exactly one month, their charismatic son, and their snobby, green-eyed cat.
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Star Stuff
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Overview


"Star Stuff" teaches children powerful lessons about the universe and ultimately, people. Filled with scientific concepts, beautiful illustrations, and easy-to-read storytelling, this is a story about the inexplicable force that pulls two souls together and how it comes from beyond our galaxy.
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Description


"Star Stuff" teaches children powerful lessons about the universe and ultimately, people. Filled with scientific concepts, beautiful illustrations, and easy-to-read storytelling, this is a story about the inexplicable force that pulls two souls together and how it comes from beyond our galaxy. Although this story was written for children, its concepts are profound in nature. Author Jenna Garzaniti explores the possibility that the matter that gives us physical form retains its memories. Every atom within us was once something else and somewhere else, and the memories within those atoms are part of what creates the powerful connections between two beings. The story is transformed into art with the otherworldly illustrations by Edith Schmidt, whose images transport the reader on a journey through space and time and into our hearts.
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Overview


"Star Stuff" teaches children powerful lessons about the universe and ultimately, people. Filled with scientific concepts, beautiful illustrations, and easy-to-read storytelling, this is a story about the inexplicable force that pulls two souls together and how it comes from beyond our galaxy.

Read more

Description


"Star Stuff" teaches children powerful lessons about the universe and ultimately, people. Filled with scientific concepts, beautiful illustrations, and easy-to-read storytelling, this is a story about the inexplicable force that pulls two souls together and how it comes from beyond our galaxy. Although this story was written for children, its concepts are profound in nature. Author Jenna Garzaniti explores the possibility that the matter that gives us physical form retains its memories. Every atom within us was once something else and somewhere else, and the memories within those atoms are part of what creates the powerful connections between two beings. The story is transformed into art with the otherworldly illustrations by Edith Schmidt, whose images transport the reader on a journey through space and time and into our hearts.

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Book details

Genre:JUVENILE FICTION

Subgenre:Science & Technology

Language:English

Pages:36

Format:Hardcover

Hardcover ISBN:9781667814711


Overview


"Star Stuff" teaches children powerful lessons about the universe and ultimately, people. Filled with scientific concepts, beautiful illustrations, and easy-to-read storytelling, this is a story about the inexplicable force that pulls two souls together and how it comes from beyond our galaxy.

Read more

Description


"Star Stuff" teaches children powerful lessons about the universe and ultimately, people. Filled with scientific concepts, beautiful illustrations, and easy-to-read storytelling, this is a story about the inexplicable force that pulls two souls together and how it comes from beyond our galaxy. Although this story was written for children, its concepts are profound in nature. Author Jenna Garzaniti explores the possibility that the matter that gives us physical form retains its memories. Every atom within us was once something else and somewhere else, and the memories within those atoms are part of what creates the powerful connections between two beings. The story is transformed into art with the otherworldly illustrations by Edith Schmidt, whose images transport the reader on a journey through space and time and into our hearts.

Read more

About the author


Jenna imagines our world with a mystical sense of wonder. She seeks to capture that wonder through her writing, hoping that she can offer every reader a moment to experience awe in the otherwise ordinary. She shares her life in foggy Pacific Grove, CA, with her husband of 20+ years, who she married after knowing for exactly one month, their charismatic son, and their snobby, green-eyed cat.

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