Out of This World: Poems and Facts about Space by Amy E. SklanskyAmy Sklansky and Stacey Schuett give young explorers the moon and stars and beyond!
The mysteries of the universe and the science of space exploration are perennialy popular subjects, and Out of This World is a wonderful introduction. Amy Sklansky has written evocative poems about planets and stars and rockets and moon landings and satellites. Each poem is supported by additional facts and explanations in the margins. Stacey Schuett brings it all to life with color-soaked skies and beautiful perspectives in her fabulous paintings.
Space is a subject too grand for poetry or prose alone, so this book offers both to help readers truly appreciate our place in space.
poems about space
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. September Roses Feb Brighter than the blinding flares of the sun, shimmering outward with power of thousands of stars yet comforting yet soft. Filled with oceans crashing and wild, turning over ships, rushing under a powerful storm. Filled with wonder and curiosity, yearning for the unknown, desperate for enlightenment yet wise yet content. Eyes so wide, so deep, filled with delicate roses, the power of mighty warriors, elegant as the flowing dress of Venus, filled with souls of thousands, with passion, with yearning, with desire.
Could I love you, Sun? As you flare up tirelessly, endlessly. What if you burn me trying to warm me up? Could I love you, Mercury? Your magnetic pull and retrograde relapses? Can I fit into your gaps and imperfections or would that be flying too close to the Sun? Could I love you, Venus?
Brainard, John. The Lost Pleiad. John Gardiner Calkins , Brainard, John. To the Moon. Branch, Anna Hempstead. A Sonnet for the Earth. The Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus.
Submit your work, meet writers and drop the ads. Shofi Ahmed Jul Music in Space. Dancing the billow in the sea the cool one will show up in no time with love. Deep down from the deep with the flute on the lips.
Science Rhymes Fun and facts packed in poems for children. I have a dream to go to space because space is an amazing place. In space, stars shine like little lights. It could be tough. Looking back, what do I see? Mercury, Venus and Sun face me.