The Universe Ate My Homework
Abby hates doing homework. In fact, she’ll do just about anything to get out of it. So when she discovers an amazing scientific recipe for creating a parallel universe where she’ll never have to do homework again, she’s ready to jump right in. There’s just one small wrinkle—she might not be able to find a way back.
Inspired by mind-bending modern physics, David Zeltser and Ayesha L. Rubio spin the tale of a hilarious girl in a truly out-of-this-world adventure.
|Interest Level||Kindergarten - Grade 3|
|Reading Level||Grade 2|
|Genre||Fiction, Picture Books|
|Publisher||Lerner Publishing Group|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Title Format||Library Bound Hardcover, Multi-user ebook|
|Dimensions||9.25 x 11|
|Features||Author/Illustrator biography, Original artwork, and Reviewed|
School Library Journal
“A lively and interesting STEM-focused addition.”—School Library Journal
“Even readers who don’t share Abby’s aversion to homework will be sucked in.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Don’t try this at home, just bring it home. The Universe Ate My Homework is totally safe (and delightful) to read.”—Robert Krulwich, NPR science journalist and co-host of Radiolab
Author: David Zeltser
David Zeltser is the author of the Lug series, Ninja Baby, Stinker, and The Universe Ate My Homework. He studied physics at Harvard and was fortunate to co-author a paper with the world renowned physicist Howard Georgi. Now David writes children's books, graphic novels, and screenplays and lives with his family and many barking sea lions in Santa Cruz, California. Follow him on Twitter (@davidzeltser) and at www.davidzeltser.com.
Illustrator: Ayesha L. Rubio
Ayesha L. Rubio was born in Madrid, Spain, in February. She loved to draw, but unfortunately for her family, any surface was an empty canvas for her. Her grandfather taught her to draw on paper, instead of furniture or walls. Nowadays, she lives in London and works as an author and illustrator and occasional animator.