Blast off in a new out-of-this world graphic novel series from the bestselling creators Hello!Lucky
Meet Astrid and Stella! These best friends are ready to fire up the turbo blasters and take off into the stratosphere! They’ll just need a few things before it’s time to go: their special space suits, lots and lots of snacks, and their trusty robot Bobo. When things go sideways, Astrid and Stella always rely on their go-to mottos to get them out of sticky situations: “We can do hard things!” and “Progress not perfection!”
In their very first adventure, Astrid and Stella will discover the cute and cuddly planet Caturn and the beach-covered planet Bloop. At each stop, they’ll meet new pals, solve friendship conundrums, and stop one evil tyrant—with lots of dance breaks and snack attacks along the way. It’s all in a lightyear’s work for these intergalactic pals!
About the Author
Hello!Lucky is all about using creativity to spread joy, fun, and kindness. Founded by sisters Eunice and Sabrina Moyle in 2003, Hello!Lucky is an award-winning letterpress greeting card and design studio working with dozens of partners to create products, including Abrams’ pun-derful children’s books: My Mom Is Magical!, My Dad Is Amazing!, Super Pooper and Whizz Kid: Potty Power!, Kindness Rules!, Christmas Is Awesome!,Sloth and Smell the Roses, Go Get ‘Em, Tiger!,and Thanks a Ton! They also offer bedding, ceramics, socks, stationery, custom photo albums, and more. Hello!Lucky is based in San Francisco.
"Astrid and Stella make an adorable pair; scenes of them on the pool-party planet with their beach umbrella and floaties are especially sweet. . .Like being enveloped in a nonstop hug." — Kirkus Reviews
"With irrepressible protagonists, non-stop wordplay, and trippy, candy-colored visuals, this book leans hard into cartoon-level cuteness and cheer." — Publishers Weekly
"The dynamic composition, technicolor digital art, and humorous puns bring vim and vigor to this delightfully goofy graphic novel, emphasizing the excitement of exploring new places and meeting new friends." — The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books