My selection is "A black hole is not a hole" written by Carolyn Cinami DeCristofano and illustrated by Michael Carroll.
DeCristofano takes young readers grades 4-6 on a cosmic voyage of discovery as she delves into the physics of black holes in simple, understandable language. Her conversational voice is engaging and her approach in explaining the formation and structure of black holes is logical, easy to follow and vibrant.
Carroll's vibrant illustrations, and well constructed diagrams are enhanced by spectacular photographs courtesy of NASA.
A timeline, glossary, author's note, and suggested resources complete the book.
A fascinating read for astronomy fans and the general public.