By Deborah Underwood Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, 2021
ISBN: 0759557438 Ages 5-8
This delightful picture book mixes a fun story with scientific facts, introducing children to the concept of exoplanets – worlds beyond the familiar planets of our own solar system. But from the perspective of the exoplanet from another star system, our own sun's planets are the exoplanets!
By Seymour Simon HarperCollins, 2018
ISBN: 0062470574 Ages 7-10
Award-winning science writer Seymour Simon introduces young readers to planets beyond our solar system and the search for possible life on these newly discovered worlds. Full-color photographs and illustrations make this a fascinating introduction to exoplanets.
Exoplanets A to Z
By Gabriel Recchia and Mary Recchia CreateSpace Publishing, 2018
ISBN: 1722285788 Ages: 7-9
In this imaginatively illustrated book, children are introduced to 25 amazing exoplanets, from a freezing cold planet to one full of molten lava to one so dense it might be made of diamond.
What Are Exoplanets?
By Baby Professor Baby Professor, 2020
ISBN: 1541953304 Ages: 7-9
This book includes a discussion of early astronomers' theories about exoplanets and the first discoveries just 30 years ago. Today, we know that space is full of planets. Different kinds of exoplanets and methods of finding them are explained in simple, clear text and images.
Alien Worlds: Your Guide to Extraterrestrial Life
By David A. Aguilar National Geographic Kids, 2013
ISBN: 1426311109 Ages: 8-12
What would aliens be like? Like all forms of life, they would have to adapt to their environment. With engaging artwork, the author presents possible life forms of seven imaginary worlds based on actual observed exoplanets. This book will spark the curiosity of any young astronomer.
Breakthroughs in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life
By Karen Latchana Kelley Lerner Publications, 2019
ISBN: 1541538722 Ages: 8-11
Focusing on the search for habitable planets and life beyond Earth, this book explains the efforts to locate and even contact extraterrestrial life.
Out of This World: The Amazing Search for an Alien Earth
By Jacob Berkowitz Kids Can Press, 2009
ISBN: 1554531977 Ages: 8-12
How do astrobiologists look for life in outer space? Learn about scientific efforts to find evidence of life through the eyes of a cartoon extraterrestrial named Ambrosia from Xenon. Packed with photos, illustrations, facts, stories and activities, this book encourages young readers to join astrobiologists in the quest for life beyond Earth.
Exoplanets: A Visual Guide to the Worlds Outside our Solar System
By David Miles Bushel & Peck Books, 2023
ISBN: 1638190984 Ages: 9-12
This guidebook contains the most up-to-date information about the discovery and composition of hundreds of real exoplanets, as well as their likelihood of life. A wealth of illustrations and visuals bring these faraway worlds to life.
Exoplanets: Worlds Beyond Our Solar System
By Karen Latchana Kelley Twenty-First Century Books, 2017
ISBN: 1512400866 Ages: 11 and up
Packed with information about the tools and techniques used in the search for exoplanets, this book includes historical background and highlights some of the weird and wonderful worlds that have been found thus far.
Envisioning Exoplanets: Searching for Life in the Galaxy
By Michael Carroll Smithsonian Books, 2020
ISBN: 1588346919 Ages: 11 and up
Exoplanets, not long ago confined to science fiction, are now an exciting field of scientific exploration. This book provides an exhilarating look at exoplanet research and the almost limitless possibilities for future discoveries. The full-color, artistic portrayals of scientifically accurate exoplanets will captivate students and adults alike.