It’s new issue day!
Have you ever wondered what the Curiosity Mars rover’s wheels are made of?
Are you curious why scientists attached satellite trackers to sea lions?
You’ll find answers to these questions and more in my articles for the April issues of Odyssey and AppleSeeds. Enjoy!
Published by Kirsten W. Larson
Kirsten W. Larson used to work with rocket scientists at NASA. Now she writes books for curious kids. She’s the author of WOOD, WIRE, WINGS: Emma Lilian Todd Invents an Airplane, illustrated by Tracy Subisak (Calkins Creek, 2020), A TRUE WONDER: The Comic Book Her Who Changed Everything, illustrated by Katy Wu (Clarion, 2021); THE FIRE OF STARS: The Life and Brilliance of the Woman Who Discovered What Stars are Made of, illustrated by Katherine Roy (Chronicle, 2023), THIS IS HOW YOU KNOW, illustrated by Cornelia Li (Little, Brown, 2024) and THE LIGHT OF RESISTANCE, illustrated by Barbara McClintock (Roaring Brook, 2023) along with 25 other nonfiction books for kids. She's a geek, LEGO lover, and sock enthusiast. Find her at kirsten-w-larson.com or on Twitter/Instagram @KirstenWLarson.
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12 thoughts on “April Issue Day”
I don’t know if my library carries these, but I am headed over in a few minutes! Congrats on the articles – hope you’re celebrating!
My library doesn’t carry these, nor does Barnes and Noble, which is a darn shame!
My library carries a number of theses, will have to check out the April issues. Did you contribute?
Yes, Pat. “Wheels Down on Mars” is in AppleSeeds and “Sea Otter Sentinels” in Odyssey. I hope you can find them.
Congrats! I’ll see if I can get ’em! 🙂
If you can find them, I think you would enjoy them. 🙂
Congrats! My son would love to read these.
They are some of my favorite magazines, but then again, I’m biased. Ha, ha.
Yay! My library doesn’t carry them, but I know a town that does. Will read them soon!
Awesome, Kirsten! CONGRATULATIONS!
So exciting! Congratulations, Kirsten! 🙂 We used to have subscriptions to these, but my kids have outgrown them. I will have to check the library… or B&N! 🙂