The Little Golden Book series has cast its story telling magic over the Star Trek universe. Improve your reading skills and share the magic of science fiction with the younger generation. I am Captian Kirk is now on Little Golden Books.
The Little Golden Book series has been a staple of childhood reading for generations,
and it's no surprise that they've expanded their library to include stories
from beloved science fiction franchises like Star Trek.
I am Captain Kirk is a new addition to the Little Golden Books collection,
and it promises to share the magic of space exploration with a younger audience.
The book follows the iconic Captain Kirk as he leads the crew of the USS Enterprise
on a daring mission through the depths of space.
I am Captain Kirk live up to the high standards of the Little Golden Books series?
That's what we'll be exploring in this review.
We'll take a closer look at the story, the illustrations, and the overall presentation to determine
if this book is truly deserving of the Angry Alien™ award.
So grab a cup of Earl Grey tea, put on your best Starfleet uniform,
and join us as we set course for adventure with
I am Captain Kirk.
Why are we reading I am Captain Kirk?
It is no secret that we like the Star Trek franchise. In fact, our highest rating Angry Alien™ award currently goes to ST:TNG Dyson Sphere. We were recently introducted to the Star Trek universe in our review of Little Golden Book I am Mr Spock. And where Mr Spock goes, I am Captian Kirk is sure to follow.
If you're a fan of the Star Trek franchise, particularly the original series,
you may find the Little Golden Book
I am Captain Kirk to be a delightful
addition to your collection. This book allows readers to join the adventures of
Captain Kirk and the crew of the USS Enterprise in a fun and engaging way that
is accessible to younger readers.
The Little Golden Book series is known for its ability to make reading fun and
entertaining for children, while also promoting the development of literacy skills.
I am Captain Kirk provides a nostalgic and heartwarming experience
for fans who grew up with the original series.
This book offers an excellent opportunity to share the joy of Star Trek with a
younger audience and to relive fond memories of the iconic series.
find out what makes
Captain James T. Kirk
the most famous
starship captain ever
I am Captain Kirk book review
Little Golden Books are a collection of books described by Random House as a book suitable for children, ages 2 to 5. Introduce the youth at heart to Capatin James T. Kirk. The reviewer doesn't think they are within that age group but still found this fiction crossover interesting.
In general, we find Star Trek stories to be enjoyable and great at using space operas the medium to tell a great yarn. An classic example is discussed in our review of ST:TNG Dyson Sphere. However, this Little Golden Book, I am Mr Spock, is not about telling a story. I am Mr Spock introduces the reader to Mr Spock from Star Trek: The Original Series.
For fans looking for a Star Trek story to read to their kids our message is that there really isn't a story here. This book introduces the characters of the Star Trek universe in a fun and simple way. Reading this book to our target audience in the 2-5 year age range was a pleasurable experience. We pointed to the characters. We pointed to the space ship. And the shortness of the story meant that our young audience wanted to hear the next Star Trek story.
I am Mr Spock review Angry Alien™ rating
I am Captain Kirk is a beautifully illustrated book to read to young audiences. There isn't much difference between this Little Golden Book and the I am Mr Spock book in terms of story and character development. If you had to pick only one book then pick this one, because well, it is about Captain James T. Kirk. The Little Golden Book I am Captain Kirk will look good in many Star Trek collections.
Overall, I award I am Captain Kirk with double Angry Aliens™