Lost My Name, which creates personalized storybooks, has teamed with Story Time from Space, NASA, and CASIS to send a copy of its new book up to the International Space Station, where it will be read to a child. Fittingly, the book is entitled, The Incredible Intergalactic Journey Home, and is about a child lost in space who has to find their way back home.
The book that is sent into space will be personalized for a particular child, and in order to find that child, Lost My Name is hosting a contest, accessible by visiting lostmyname.typeform.com/to/hobsdh. The winner will get to sit, snug in bed, and watch a video of a real-life astronaut in space reading the book, with the actual Earth spinning in the background.
All entrants need to provide details about themselves and the child by 11:59 p.m. on September 23. In addition, children must be ages 4 to 8 to enter.