One Small Step: Celebrating the First Men On the Moon Hardcover – Apr 14 2009
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The book's scrapbook format invites readers to explore the concepts, technologies and personal stories behind manned space flight . . . . Big fun. (The New York Times Book Review)
Chock-full of facts, photographs, illustrations and memorabilia that take a distant voyage and bring it close. (The Washington Post)
A tremendous amount of information is enthusiastically presented; topics include fictional accounts of space travel, the space race, the Apollo/Saturn V, the Apollo 11 astronauts, the mission launch, landing and exploration of the Moon, the return to Earth, subsequent space missions, and future possibilities. (School Library Journal)
Packed with interactive components, this tribute to the Apollo 11 mission is a mock scrapbook penned by a 12-year-old space enthusiast. (Publishers Weekly)
Kids will be drawn into the drama of the historic event and may be enticed into starry dreams of their own by closing glimpses of planned near-future expeditions to the Moon and to Mars. (Kirkus Reviews)
About the Author
From Templar, the creator of the bestselling "Ologies."
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I first came across this book at Big Lots. it is a delightful scrap book style Commerative that is very cleverly done.
It has fascimilies of menus, passes, photos and post cards all related to the first walk on the moon.
it is almost as interesting to explore this book as it would be to explore the moon itself.
My grandson gifted his copy to a retiring school teacher who loves everything about the space peogram.
She had never seen anything like it. She loved it!
I then ordered a copy from Amazon to re[lace the one he had given away.
My great-nephew and I hope you enjoy this book too.