2019 Summer Reading Theme “A Universe of Stories” – Night Sky (revised)
This month, we celebrate the night sky! For a simple craft project, make constellation pictures: www.crayola.com/crafts/found!-constellations-in-outer-space-craft/ .
Elliot, David. Henry’s Stars. Henry sees the Great Pig constellation but the other farm animals see something else.
Gamble, Adam. Good Night Galaxy. Explore the Milky Way, Solar System, and other elements of the night sky in this board book.
Hest, Amy. On the Night of the Shooting Star. A bunny and dog are neighbors but never speak until they both see a shooting star at the same time.
Matheson, Christie. Touch the Brightest Star. In this interactive story, listeners will notice what is in the night sky.
Milgrim, David. Another Day in the Milky Way. Monty wakes up on the wrong planet and must figure out how to get back to Earth.
Reidy, Jean. Light Up the Night. At bedtime is when we can look at the night sky.
Rockwell, Ann. Our Stars. A simple look at stars in the sky, and how we use telescopes to view them.
Willems, Mo. Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late! Pigeon may be yawning, but he wants to stay up and look at the night sky.
Wilson, Karma. Mama, Why? A polar bear cub asks his mama about the night sky, stars, and moon.