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There’s a Hole in my Galaxy

In the year 2563 Maya and her friend Ava borrow the family space ship for a trip to Pluto. Halfway there they have a battle with a black hole where they are almost sucked in. Along the way, we learn lots of facts about black holes.

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It is the year 2563 on planet Earth.
Maya’s family owns a rocket ship. But she is not allowed to use it. Not without a grown-up.
Ava really wants to see Pluto. She is Maya’s best friend and loves everything about space and astronomy. She wants Maya to fly her to Pluto.

“Please,” says Ava. “Please, please.”
“My parents will be angry,” Maya protests.
“They’re out for the weekend, and it’s not that far to Pluto. We’ll be back before your parents return,” promises Ava.
Maya reluctantly agrees. Her brother Reyhaan tags along.
The three friends soar off from Earth on a hot summer night. Ava bounces with excitement.

Ava starts reeling off facts about the Solar System. “Do you know that one day the sun will die?” asks Ava.
“You say the strangest things, Ava. How can the sun die?” asks Reyhaan.
“The sun gets its energy by burning hydrogen to produce helium. Slowly, all its hydrogen will get used up. Probably in five billion years,” says Ava.
Ava tells Reyhaan that when a star the size of the sun dies, it becomes a white dwarf. When a star bigger than the sun dies, it becomes a black hole.

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    “There’s a Hole in my Galaxy” is hands down the coolest Spacebook for kids I’ve ever come across! If you’re a young explorer with a curiosity for the cosmos, this e-book is an absolute must-read.

    What sets this interstellar adventure apart is its ability to make complex concepts like black holes not only easy to understand but also incredibly fun. The story unfolds in a way that keeps you hooked from the very beginning, and the characters take you on a journey through space that’s both exciting and informative.

    The illustrations are out of this world, adding a vibrant and captivating visual element to the story. I found myself eagerly flipping through the pages, eager to discover what lay beyond each cosmic corner. The author’s knack for storytelling and the engaging narrative style make this e-book a true gem for young readers.

    The best part is the way it’s presented on Free Kids Books, making it easily accessible and interactive.

    Even if you’re not a self-proclaimed space enthusiast, this e-book will undoubtedly spark your interest in the universe. It’s not just a story; it’s a cosmic learning adventure that manages to entertain and educate simultaneously.

    In conclusion, I enthusiastically recommend “There’s a Hole in my Galaxy” to fellow young explorers who are eager to dive into the mysteries of space. It’s an epic journey through the cosmos that you won’t want to miss – trust me, your inner astronaut will thank you!

     
  • best story ebook for kids. thanks for this ebook.

     
  • it’s the best story ever.

     

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