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You’re here, which means your child must love aliens, robots, space odysseys, mechanical adventures, and more! It also means that these science fiction books for kids are the perfect addition to your home library.
Science Fiction books for Kids
Aliens, space princesses, robots, oh my!
The Three Little Aliens and the Big Bad Robot by Margaret McNamara
The Three Little Pigs gets a reboot in one of the silliest of our science fictions books for kids! When three little aliens begin to build their new homes, a big bad robot keeps knocking them down.Get it on Amazon Get it on bookshop.org
Alien Next Door by Joey Spiotto
Jonesy is back on our list of science fiction books for kids, but this time he’s seeing a caring side of his new alien friend. Together they go from facehuggers to feather dusters as they try to make their new home more comfortable than the Nostromo.Get it on Amazon Get it on bookshop.org
Otis and Will Discover the Deep by Barb Rosenstock
So many things could have gone wrong—from leaks that would send pressurized water shooting at them to a spark that could cause their oxygen tanks to explode—but Otis and Will were determined to dive deep into the ocean. This book is about their record-setting story!Get it on Amazon Get it on bookshop.org
06/29/1999 by David Wiesner
Holly is a girl who loves science, and her latest science experiment starts like many others. This time she’s testing vegetable growth in extraterrestrial conditions. But when she launches her seedlings into the air, something unexpected and quite fantastical happens.Get it on Amazon Get it on bookshop.org
Toys in Space by Mini Grey
When a group of toys is accidentally left outside, they find themselves watching one star that looks a bit brighter than all the rest. Before they know it, they’re off on a space adventure to help a lonely alien.Get it on Amazon
Oh No! (Or How My Science Project Destroyed the World) by Mac Barnett
When an overly ambitious little girl builds a gigantic robot for her science fair project, she expects to win first place. The chaos that follows, though, is anything but what she expected to happen.Get it on Amazon Get it on bookshop.org