Best Astronomy for Teens & Young Adults Books
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1. Space!: The Universe as You've Never Seen It Before (Knowledge Encyclopedias)
Author: by DK
Get set to blast off into space and explore the wonders of our Solar System and beyond. The ultimate space encyclopedia for children is designed to blow your mind with incredible CGI images, from the deep darkness of black holes to the spectacular sparkle of supernovas.
The many mysteries of the Universe are explored in breathtaking detail, including in-depth cross-sections and lifelike cutaways to showcase the planets, stars, moons, and space stations. Featuring absolutely everything under the Sun, this exciting visual reference guide is your guaranteed one-stop shop for space.
Filled with the latest facts, infographics, and NASA images, Space! Takes you on a journey that is truly out of this world before bringing you back seriously starry-eyed!
2. The Astronomy Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained
Author: by DK
September 7, 2017
Since the dawn of humankind, people have looked upward to the heavens and tried tounderstand what’s out there. This encyclopedia takes you on a journey through time and space to discover our place in the Universe. From the planets and stars to black holes and the Big Bang, we invite you to take a journeythrough the wonders of the Universe.
Get ready to discover the story of the Universe one page at a time! This educational book foryoung adults will launch you on a wild trip through the cosmos and the incredible discoveriesthroughout history. Filled to the brim with beautifully illustrated flowcharts, graphics, and jargon-free language,The Astronomy Book breaks down hard-to-grasp concepts to guide you in understandingalmost 100 big astronomical ideas.
The Way to The Stars is Open! How do we measure the Universe? Where is the event horizon? What is dark matter? Now youcan find out all the answers to these questions and so much more in this inquisitive bookabout our Universe!
3. The Stars: A New Way to See Them
Author: by H. A. Rey
This is a clear, vivid text with charts and maps showing the positions of the constellations the year round.
4. The Jazz of Physics: The Secret Link Between Music and the Structure of the Universe
Author: by Stephon Alexander
A spectacular musical and scientific journey from the Bronx to the cosmic horizon that reveals the astonishing links between jazz, science, Einstein, and Coltrane More than fifty years ago, John Coltrane drew the twelve musical notes in a circle and connected them by straight lines, forming a five-pointed star.
Inspired by Einstein, Coltrane put physics and geometry at the core of his music. Physicist and jazz musician Stephon Alexander follows suit, using jazz to answer physics’ most vexing questions about the past and future of the universe. Following the great minds that first drew the links between music and physics-a list including Pythagoras, Kepler, Newton, Einstein, and Rakim – The Jazz of Physics reveals that the ancient poetic idea of the Music of the Spheres,” taken seriously, clarifies confounding issues in physics.
The Jazz of Physics will fascinate and inspire anyone interested in the mysteries of our universe, music, and life itself.
5. A Little Book of Coincidence: In the Solar System (Wooden Books)
Author: by John Martineau
An acclaimed geometer explores the fundamental connections between space, time, and life that have not yet been fully understood. A most unusual guide to the solar system, A Little Book of Coincidence suggests that there may be fundamental relationships between space, time, and life that have not yet been fully understood.
From the observations of Ptolemy and Kepler to the Harmony of the Spheres and the hidden structure of the solar system, John Martineau reveals the exquisite orbital patterns of the planets and the mathematical relationships that govern them. A table shows the relative measurements of each planet in eighteen categories, and three pages show the beautiful dance patterns of thirty six pairs of planets and moons.
Wooden Books was founded in 1999 by designer John Martineau near Hay-on-Wye. The aim was to produce a beautiful series of recycled books based on the classical philosophies, arts and sciences. Using the Beatrix Potter formula of text facing picture pages, and old-styles fonts, along with hand-drawn illustrations and 19th century engravings, the books are designed not to date.
6. Rocket Science for the Rest of Us
Author: by DK Publishing
If You’re Looking for a Fun, Age-Appropriate Way to Teach Your Child About Astrology, You Came to the Right Place! Astrology for Kids: A Fun Approach to Learning Star Signs by Discover Press is one bestselling resource that every child will learn a lot from and love.
In this engaging and highly interesting book, your child will:Learn about the history of where Astrology came from and how it all startedDeep-dive into how people use and rely on astrology in their daily livesImmerse themselves in all the fun stuff about all the astrological signs as a wholeMost importantly, this book will teach your kids about themselves: what their star sign is, how it affects who they are, and how to maximize their strengths and potentialAnd so much more!
What sets Astrology for Kids: A Fun Approach to Learning Star Signs apart? It’s not laid out in a typical boring way. With a fun, first-person approach, your child will feel like the author is talking directly at them which makes them fully engaged in and excited for every chapter!
8. StarTalk Young Readers Edition
Author: by Neil deGrasse Tyson
National Geographic Kids
Now abridged for YA audiences, this beautifully illustrated companion to celebrated scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson’s popular podcast and National Geographic Channel TV show is an eye-opening journey for anyone curious about the complexities of our universe. For decades, beloved astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has interpreted science with a combination of brainpower and charm that resonates with fans everywhere.
In 2009, he founded StarTalk, the wildly popular podcast that became an Emmy-nominated talk show on the National Geographic Channel in 2015. Tyson’s pioneering book takes the greatest hits from the airwaves to the page in one smart, richly illustrated compendium for young adult readers.
Featuring vivid photography, thought-provoking sidebars, enlightening facts, and fun quotes from science and entertainment luminaries like Bill Nye and Josh Groban, StarTalk reimagines science’s most challenging topics-from how the brain works to the physics of comic book superheroes-in a relatable, humorous way that will attract curious young readers.
9. The Science of Star Wars: The Scientific Facts Behind the Force, Space Travel, and More!
Author: by Mark Brake
Star Wars takes place in a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, but the science used by Luke Skywalker, Kylo Ren, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Princess Leia, and the rest are rooted in the technology and physics we have here on earth.
What is possible and what is not? Capturing the imagination and hearts of crowds worldwide, Star Wars is a fantastic feat of science fiction and fantasy. The Science of Star Wars addresses 50 topics that span the movies’ universe such as battle technology, alien life, space travel, etc.
You’ll find fascinating explorations of the physics of Star Wars, its plausibility, and more. The perfect Star Wars gift for fans of the saga, this book addresses many unanswered, burning questions, including:How long before we get a Star Wars speeder off the ground?
What exactly is the Force? How could Kylo Ren stop a blaster shot in mid-air? How could we live on a gas giant like Bespin, or a desert planet like Tatooine? Nature versus nurture: How does it play out in the making of Jedi?
10. Galileo and the Magic Numbers
Author: by Sidney Rosen
May 27, 2014
Sixteenth century Italy produced a genius who marked the world with his studies and hypotheses about mathematical, physical and astronomical truths. His father, musician Vincenzio Galilei said, Truth is not found behind a man’s reputation. Truth appears only when the answers to questions are searched out by a free mind.
This is not the easy path in life but it is the most rewarding. Galileo challenged divine law and the physics of Aristotle, and questioned everything in search of truths. And it was through this quest for truth that he was able to establish a structure for modern science.
11. Celestial Journal Unlined: Unique Black Paper Sketch Book || Gold and Dreamy Premium Designed Diary
Author: by Paper Panda Press
This Unique Black Paper Journal and Sketchbook is Your Perfect Stargazing Companion! Gear up with your favorite metallic gel and glitter pens and start exploring the universe. Write your thoughts.Doodle your ideas. Learn from the stars. Teens and Tweens will surely love this reverse color concept:it can be used as a notebook to study constellationsor do a fun art activity at home ~ drawing aliens and monsters!
Let your imagination go inter-galactic. Order your copies and gift your loved ones today!Love this design? We have a matching Password Log Book available in our catalog. Browse the Paper Panda Press Author Page by clicking on the author name, and see a collection of journals and bucket lists to inspire you!
A wonderful birthday and graduation gift for creative friends and family.Get yours now!
12. They Dance in the Sky: Native American Star Myths
Author: by Ray A Williamson
For countless generations, Native American storytellers have watched the night sky and told tales of the stars and the constellations. The stars themselves tell many talesof children who have danced away from home, of six brothers who rescue a maiden from the fearful Rolling Skull, of the great wounded sky bear, whose blood turns the autumn leaves red, and many more.
13. Apollo 13: A Successful Failure
Author: by Laura B. Edge
“Houston, we’ve had a problem.” On April 13, 1970, the three astronauts aboard the Apollo 13 spacecraft were headed to the moon when a sudden explosion rocked the ship. Oxygen levels began depleting rapidly. Electrical power began to fail. Astronauts James Lovell, Jack Swigert, and Fred Haise were about to be stranded in the inky void of outer space.
The mission to the moon was scrapped. Now, Apollo 13’s only goal was to bring the crew home. With the damaged spacecraft hurtling towards the moon at roughly six thousand miles per hour, there was little hope of success. But the astronauts and mission control were fully prepared to do whatever it took to return the crew to Earth.
This space disaster occurred at the peak of the United States’ Space Race against the Soviet Union. But for four days in 1970, the two nations put aside their differences, and the entire world watched the skies, hoping and praying the astronauts would return safely.
As missions to Mars and commercial space flight become a reality, the time is now to be reminded of our common humanity, of how rivals can work together and support each other towards a shared goal. Because no matter what happens or where we travel, we all call Earth home.
14. Collins Stargazing: Beginners guide to astronomy
Author: by Royal Observatory Greenwich
October 31, 2019
A brilliant introductory guide to exploring the night sky, from the astronomers of the Royal Observatory Greenwich. Offering complete advice from the ground up, Stargazing is the perfect manual for beginners to astronomy introducing the world of telescopes, planets, stars, dark skies and celestial maps.
Discover how to tackle light pollution, how to stargaze with just your eyes, and what equipment is best for beginners. Astronomy experts Radmila Topalovic and Tom Kerss explain the best ways to plan your stargazing experience and the key things to look out for on specific dates throughout the year.
With seasonal star charts, constellation charts and facts about our Solar System, Stargazing is packed of useful information and guidance for both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres. Bridging the gap between human curiosity and the need for scientific expertise, Stargazing allows a complete novice to understand our place in the cosmos and enjoy the beautiful and extraordinary wonders of the night sky.