'How to Catch a Star' tells the tale of a little boy who wishes he could have a star of his own to share his adventures with. He decides he's going to catch his own star but discovers they've all disappeared in the morning, so he spends the day waiting & waiting until sunset when they start to appear once more. He sets out to catch one, but does he succeed? This is a book full of imagination & endless possibilities, with beautiful illustrations too!
"you didn't love her. you just didn't want to be alone or maybe, maybe she was good for your ego or, maybe she made you feel better about your miserable life but you didn't love her because you don't destroy the person that you love." --truth.
Henrietta Levitt was the first person to discover the scientific importance of a star's brightness. This brief recounting of a woman astronomer from the 1800s makes a great read-aloud and spring board to ask your own questions about the stars.