A book of moon rockets for you.

by Franklyn M. Branley

Publisher: Crowell in New York

Written in English
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  • Rockets (Aeronautics) -- Juvenile literature,
  • Space flight to the moon -- Juvenile literature

Edition Notes

StatementIllustrated by Leonard Kessler.
GenreJuvenile literature.
LC ClassificationsPZ10.B65 Bm
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6273573M
LC Control Number59011294

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Next Time You See the Moon by Emily Morgan. Written by a former teacher on a mission to remind children that things they see every day (or night) can be remarkable, this National Science Teachers Association book explains the reasons for the moon’s changing shape in a way that makes kids want to get outside and look.

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Released in the US as A Trip to the Moon. A French silent film loosely based upon the Jules Verne novel From the Earth to the Moon and the First Men in the Moon. Includes a famous scene where the rocket hits the Man of the Moon in the eye.

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The book starts out by giving a brief background on rockets before delving deeper into the history starting around the end of World War II.

From there the book goes full speed ahead ultimately cumulating with the successful landing of astronauts on the moon.

That the book ends there helps to highlight the real purpose of this series. The book is aimed at children and preteens ages who have a basic understanding of space, and want to learn more about the solar system and the rockets that get us there.Lerryn Korda Lester explains the basics about the moon and space travel to Little Nye before they take off on their lively imaginary journey.

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