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ISBN-13: 9780316394727
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Publication date: 09/13/2016
Pages: 48
Sales rank: 76,712
Product dimensions: 10.10(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.50(d)
Lexile: AD550L (what's this?)
Age Range: 4 - 8 Years

About the Author

Chris Hadfield is one of the most seasoned and accomplished astronauts in the world. In May 2013, Hadfield returned to Earth after serving as Commander of the International Space Station, where he and his crew lived for five months (his third mission). Chris frequently speaks to audiences throughout the US and Canada about space exploration and science education.

Terry Fan received his formal art training at Ontario College of Art and Design in Toronto. His work is a blend of traditional and contemporary techniques, using ink or graphite mixed with digital. He spends his days (and nights) creating magical paintings, portraits, and prints. Together with his brother Eric, he wrote and illustrated the critically-acclaimed picture book, The Night Gardener.

Eric Fan is an artist and writer who lives in Toronto, Canada. He attended the Ontario College of Art and Design where he studied illustration, sculpture, and film. He has a passion for vintage bikes, clockwork contraptions, and impossible dreams. His widely-praised debut picture book, The Night Gardener, was a collaboration with his brother Terry.

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The Darkest Dark 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
PLensey More than 1 year ago
Fun book, great illustrations, and written by/about an astronaut. What more could you want? This was a fun read, even as an adult. I was curious if it would be the sort of book that would make kids who weren't already afraid of the dark afraid of the dark, but it's definitely not. The "aliens" are fun looking and Chris' fear of the dark is treated in a fairly light-hearted manner in a way that I think would have help "scared of the dark" me as a kid, replacing fear with the excitement of possibilities. What I love most though is that it gives kids an idea of what seeing man walk on the moon for the first time felt like. I wasn't born yet when it happened, but I felt like I was transported back in time for the event.