The Goldilocks Zone: Real Facts About Outer Space (Hardcover)

The Goldilocks Zone: Real Facts About Outer Space By Drew Sheneman, Drew Sheneman (Illustrator) Cover Image
By Drew Sheneman, Drew Sheneman (Illustrator)
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Description


Award-winning author-illustrator Drew Sheneman brings budding astronomers the truth about the solar system in this informative and hilarious nonfiction picture book that will teach kids everything they didn’t know (and never thought to ask) about space!

For as long as people have stared up to the stars, we’ve wondered if there could be life on other planets. But the truth is that life can’t survive anywhere else in our solar system. Venus is way too hot. Neptune is w-a-a-a-ay too cold. And don’t even get us started on Uranus.

But there’s more to Earth than just having the perfect temperature that makes it the best place in the known universe to live. What makes Earth so special? Join Goldilocks and her best friend, Baby Bear, on an interstellar adventure to learn all about our solar system in this informative, hilarious, and 100 percent factual nonfiction picture book by award-winning author, illustrator, and cartoonist Drew Sheneman.

About the Author


Drew Sheneman loves drawing children’s books, but he also draws cartoons about boring adult stuff for newspapers and the internet as a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist. Over the years, Drew has been lucky enough to work as an illustrator for clients like Hasbro and Dungeons & Dragons. Drew lives with his wife and daughter in New Jersey.




Drew Sheneman loves drawing children’s books, but he also draws cartoons about boring adult stuff for newspapers and the internet as a nationally syndicated editorial cartoonist. Over the years, Drew has been lucky enough to work as an illustrator for clients like Hasbro and Dungeons & Dragons. Drew lives with his wife and daughter in New Jersey.


Praise For…


"This lively excursion will leave audiences stirred by what lies around them as well as what awaits up in the skies." — Kirkus Reviews

"[An] engaging primer on the solar system.” — Publishers Weekly

"A fun trip through the solar system that will leave readers in awe of both the solar system and our own incredible Earth." — Booklist



Product Details
ISBN: 9780062972361
ISBN-10: 0062972367
Publisher: HarperCollins
Publication Date: December 14th, 2021
Pages: 48
Language: English