Two creators branch out with children's book <i>Little Particle That Could</i>

Have you ever tried explaining particles to a 5-year old? Me neither. I have a hard enough time explaining them to myself. But comic creators Jason Rodriguez (Postcards: True Stories That Never Happened) and Noel Tuazon (Elk's Run) are doing just that in their new illustrated children's book The Little Particle That Could.

This 22-page book follows a girl graviton who is out to meet the little photon boy of her dreams. In addition to the illustrated story, Rodriguez wrote a four-page primer on particles, gravitons and protons that is ideal for kids or adults to explain the science behind the story.

Currently, The Little Particle That Could is only available as a digital download for the Kindle, but it's available there FREE for a limited time. Here are  two pages from the book:

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