In a world of incessant light pollution (at least in cities), we don’t have much opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the night sky. Despite this, we are still fascinated by the night sky and outer space. With space being infinite, there is so much we can learn about the universe we live in. In What We See in the Starts by Kelsey Oseid, she tells us all about space.
Oseid gives us overviews of all things space: constellations, planets, moons, the sun, asteroids, and more. Each segment is short, concrete, and understandable, containing the most important points. She strikes a fine balance of being informative without overwhelming us with a drudgery of information. The book also contains lovely illustrations to accompany all the information and is therefore helpful for visual learners.
This book is fun and not overly complicated in its descriptions making it easy to understand and fun to read.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free through the Blogging for Books Blogger Program in exchange for an honest review.