Stars by Mary Lyn Ray and Marla Frazee

There’s something mysterious, magical and unfathomable about stars: whether they are the infinite ones twinkling above us in the night sky, or the ubiquitous five-point shapes that we draw and use to adorn everything we can think of, and which even babies can identify with certainty. And it is precisely this (non-scientific) mystique that this book — aptly titled Stars — attempts to explore.


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