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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Negan the Stardust by KC Land is about the adventures of Negan Stardust who is a star. Her parents are stars, her teachers are stars, and her friends are stars. Things change one day when Negan’s star breaks apart and everyone is thrown into darkness. Negan catches her friends’ hands and they float through the galaxies at super speed. Negan and her friends, Carbon and Hydrogen, come to Earth. They live on with new friends and become different things, from a cuttlefish, little plankton to a juicy red raspberry. Negan lives a lot of lives. Negan wakes up one day to find herself to be a human and she meets her friends, Carbon and Hydrogen, there. There is a little baby inside the human. Like everything on Earth and in far off galaxies, the story will make young readers realize that the little baby inside is also made of stardust and we humans are stardust.
The story is magical yet at the same informative and educational. The story reveals how everyone has a part of the universe in them. The illustrations are fabulous and they give clarity to the concept and the author’s words. The book makes science look interesting. Books like this will make learning fun and tutors and educators will find it easy to explain to students about life in a very engaging way. It is a good bedtime storybook for children as the journey with Negan, Carbon, and Hydrogen is enchanting and thrilling, and will make them eager to learn more about the universe, galaxies, and the stars.