Kim Dongmin Dongmin itibaren Carcross, YT Y0B, Kanada
Finished reading this aloud to my sons. It's a great read aloud and good for discussion, as space travel, politics, and medicine issues are all in there. Dahl also uses clever puns that I understood as an adult and laughed out loud. This made my kids want me to explain them, and then the too giggled when they "got" it. This book reminds me of style of Ray Bradbury, how he interweaves several bizarre stories into one, only Dahl is sillier and uses the same characters in each story.
This came from my "have to read before I die because they are great books that, because my high school sucked, I haven't read them yet" list, and it reignited why I have this list. You all probably know how good and progressive this book is, but it is one of those rare books that I feel like I could reread multiple times and always be surprised in new ways.