Deep Space Diary
For the past four years, I've been a member of the Space Crew, working with publisher Curved House Kids to inspire over 200,000 primary-aged kids in the UK.
The Deep Space Diary is a STEM-literacy resource themed around the James Webb Space Telescope, which is the most space powerful telescope built to date. This book is the third in the Discovery Diary series.
Funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council and written by Olivia Johnston, it helps kids engage with STEM learning in fun and accessible ways. I have been involved in writing and editing across the project, with particular focus on developing and authoring support materials like teaching notes.
Working on this book has been an amazing experience, taking me to the Royal Observatory, Edinburgh, where I had the privilege of working with astronomers, physicists and other STEM experts, to learn more about this fascinating telescope. I'm a total space nerd now and can't wait to see the Universe through Webb's infrared eyes.