Brother Star and Sister Star love to dance by the edge of the dangerous Black Hole. But, while Brother Star always keeps an eye on the Black Hole, Sister Star dances with carefree abandon. One day Sister Star gets too close ... Meanwhile, the scientists on Earth watch on through their telescopes.
This is a lovely, touching story that gives life to astrophysics. It is based on true events that are explained in the two articles at the end of the book. The kids will learn while they are entertained by the fable-like tale of Brother Star and Sister Star. The colorful illustrations by Larrea Young are absolutely stunning.
I received this book in return for an honest review.
Full blog post: http://booksdirectonline.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-outcast-star-by-i-m-tu.html