Stella, Star Explorer (Hardcover)

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From the author of I Love My Fangs! and I Love My Fur! comes a charming, out-of-this-world picture book about a young girl’s galactic adventure and the aliens who show her there’s no place like home.

Stella is tired of living on Earth. She’s seen it all, and it’s boring. So she builds herself a rocket ship and blasts off into space with her dog, Luna—they deserve a change of scenery! But a chance encounter with some alien friends leads to a tour of the galaxy that helps put things into perspective. Could Earth have more going for it than Stella thought?

About the Author


Kelly Leigh Miller is an illustrator and author who loves everything cute and whimsical. She spent her childhood drawing and making up stories in Louisville, Kentucky, and now resides Chicago, Illinois, where she does that professionally. She is the author of I Am a Wolf, I Love My Fangs!, and many more books to come. Her ideas usually come from daydreaming with her sketchbook and past adventures. When she’s not drawing or writing, she enjoys reading a good book, watching spooky movies, exploring museums, and going on adventures. Visit her online at KellyLeighMiller.com.

Kelly Leigh Miller is an illustrator and author who loves everything cute and whimsical. She spent her childhood drawing and making up stories in Louisville, Kentucky, and now resides Chicago, Illinois, where she does that professionally. She is the author of I Am a Wolf, I Love My Fangs!, and many more books to come. Her ideas usually come from daydreaming with her sketchbook and past adventures. When she’s not drawing or writing, she enjoys reading a good book, watching spooky movies, exploring museums, and going on adventures. Visit her online at KellyLeighMiller.com.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781534497672
ISBN-10: 1534497676
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: May 24th, 2022
Pages: 40
Language: English

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