My Outer Space School: Kindness is Cool!: A Children’s Book about the Importance of Helping, Caring, and Sharing (My Outer Space School Books)

Love outer space? Love going to school? Now imagine this… a SCHOOL in OUTER SPACE! Wouldn’t that be cool?? Meet Zack—a 6-year-old kid from Earth—who attends a school (in outer space!) with cool alien classmates, floating desks, a cosmic playground, and a teacher unlike any he has had before! Zack finds out that things at school don’t always go as planned… but quickly learns how kindness can make any situation better. Through various experiences, Zack and his classmates discover how much more fun school can be when everyone shares, cares, and helps! This fun, imaginative rhyming picture book is packed with enough “silliness” to entertain young readers as it reinforces the importance of kindness. This story is geared to kids ages 3-7. Perfect for boys, girls, preschool, per-K, Kindergarten, and Grades 1 or 2. Perfect for: A fun, read-aloud for families and school story time Engaging and emergent readers Parents and teachers seeking books that reinforce the importance of kindness Any kids who love space and/or aliens Fans of popular children’s books like Dragons Love Tacos, How to Catch a Dinosaur, The Day the Crayons Quit, and Goodbye Preschool, Hello Kindergarten.

Meet P.J. Nichols

P.J. Nichols is an author who really, really loves games. But not the kind you buy at stores. And not the kind you practice and practice and practice to get good at. He likes the games you think up and make by yourself. No matter where he is, or what things are around him, P.J. will find a way to create a game. One where you race. Or one where you build. Or one where you think. Or maybe even one where you do all three. Back when he was growing up with his three brothers in Canada, he was constantly making games. Neighborhood kids (and even some of their parents) would run over to join in. There was never a boring moment in or around the Nichols’ house. P.J. is sure that his debut novel, Puzzled, will have you rushing to think up games for your friends, brothers, sisters, or parents to try!