“Star Trek Discovery: The Girl Who Made the Stars” Review by Treknews.net

Treknews.net has added a new review for and ‘s “Star Trek Discovery: The Girl Who Made the Stars”:

Cast your mind back to what seems like a decade ago – 2019 – and you might remember how two animated Star Trek: Short Treks premiered simultaneously: “Ephraim and Dot,” and “The Girl Who Made the Stars.” The latter was an eight-minute-long, kids-oriented, computer-generated tale about an African legend that we opined “…is sure to inspire young and old alike – a great use for Star Trek if there ever was one.” Now, that tale is adapted as a picture book, aimed at exposing kids to the story’s message through a medium that caters to their sense of wonder. So, does this book – adapted by Star Trek expert Robb Pearlman, who previously authored The Book of Grudge – deserve a place on your kids’ bookshelf?

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Adam Selvidge
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