Bowie’s “Space Oddity” as a Children’s Book

Andrew Kolb’s children’s book adaptation of the David Bowie classic Space Oddity is a fantastic visual interpretation of the song. Not sure I recommend it for actually reading to your kids, because it’s all kinds of depressing and traumatizing, and, you know, it’s about drugs. But hey, it’s still pretty rad for fans of Bowie and children’s books. Plus, if you have a kid around three or four and subconsciously wanted them to get into Bowie’s music, well, this would be a great place to start.

Unfortunately, this little slice of heaven isn’t for sale (for shame) as an actual book, but you can download it as a pdf from Kolb’s website.

[via foxisblack]

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