“Spin, spin, spin. The happy particle spun on her axis and pull, pull, pulled things down to earth.”
Little Particle That Could is now FREE on Amazon for the Kindle Fire, iPad, and Android devices.
No-strings-attached free for five full days. If you don’t have any of the above devices, you can read it in your web browser via the Kindle Cloud Reader.
The Little Particle That Could is an illustrated children’s book about a graviton that wants to meet a photon but just can’t seem to catch him. The Little Particle That Could is written by Jason Rodriguez (Postcards: True Stories That Never Happened, District Comics, Once Upon A Time Machine…and this tumblr blog, of course), illustrated by Noel Tuazon (Elk’s Run, Tumor), and sports a cover designed by Dylan Todd (also on Tumblr). 16 pages of story followed by a four-page primer on particles, photons, relativity, and gravity written for kids and for the adults who’ll be asked, “But why couldn’t she catch the photon?” by the kids.
And here’s a little peak inside the book:
This is the second book in Jason Rodriguez’s monthly sci-fi stories for kids. All of these books will be free for the first five days of release, ninety-nine cents afterwards. The first book in the series, The Girl Who Could Live In Yesterday, is available on Amazon.