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The Universe in You by Jason Chin
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The Universe in You by Jason Chin
Hardcover $18.99
Dec 13, 2022 | ISBN 9780823450701

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  • Dec 13, 2022 | ISBN 9780823450701 | Middle Grade (8-12)

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★ “Giving the biggest impact to these tiniest bits are full-page watercolor-and-gouache illustrations in fine detail, with an illustrator’s note explaining methods for depicting and coloring particles too miniscule for humans to visualize. . . .  stunning visuals. . . .”—Booklist, Starred Review

★ “Explained clearly and portrayed with dazzling precision. Ending lines weave scientific revelation into a message of profound inspiration. . . .”—Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
 
★ “Whether in the writing or page after page of cascading spreads drawing the eye in, science and poetry create a flawless blend of information, delivered with grace and confidence. . . . This book is a proper revelation, putting the ‘you’ in universe and giving children a way to grasp the infinity of the world and every particle of the planet. Exquisite.”—School Library Journal, Starred Review

★ “The art’s evocative detailing and dynamic compositions create vivid impressions of realism and movement that will carry viewers down to the point where size and location lose their meanings and then back around to the wide-eyed young observer. Another fantastic voyage from an accomplished author/illustrator, creatively presented.”—Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review

“Youngsters will appreciate the speed at which Chin moves through the universe, changing the scale with each page flip, while insets of further facts and details will intrigue aspiring scientists who want to sit with the matter (pun fully intended). Chin’s characteristically detailed art is ideal to capture and delineate the tiny and unseeable. . . . a valuable addition to multiple science units.”—The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books

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