Suave Neil is the Carl Sagan of the twenty-first century—he’s what Bill Nye the Science Guy was to kids growing up in the 1990s. But he’s got a legacy of his own, and he hopes to stimulate young minds to think deeply about the world around them and the sky above them. This glorious book is more than just a biography; it delves into astrophysics using language children can comprehend and photographs that will inflame their curiosity. Future scientists will find this book a riveting survey of the universe. Ages eight and up.
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