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Future Baby

Future Astronaut

Author: Lori Alexander; Illustrator: Allison Black

  • AGES Infant - 3 
  • Genre Non-Fiction
Ground Control to Major Baby: Could you be an astronaut?

Does baby have what it takes to become an astronaut? That's an affirmative, Houston! Discover all the incredible ways that prove baby already has what it takes to become an astronaut — from growing healthy teeth to eating from plastic packs to working in small spaces. Includes lots of fun astronaut facts to help prepare little ones for takeoff!

Future Baby is an adorable new board book series that takes a playful peek into an assortment of powerful careers and shows little ones how their current skills match up with the job at hand. With Future Baby, babies can be anything!

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“Inclusive characters and appealing illustrations make this a fun and factual trip to space.”

- Kirkus Reviews


“My daughter absolutely loves having me read it and the illustrations are stellar.”

- Lori, mom to 3-year-old


“We really enjoyed this book. My three-year-old calls it his ‘future space book’ and follows along, and my six year old keeps picking it up to read to his brother.”

- Audrey, mom to six-year-old and 3-year-old


“My kids tend to go through phases of books but this has kept their attention.”

- Sarah, mom to four-year-old and one-and-a-half-year-old, Future Astronaut


“Our son Kai wanted us to read it again and again. It makes for a perfect bedtime story! I also think it's very inspiring for children to learn about potential career opportunities early on.”

- Jana, mom to 2-and-a-half-year-old