Moonwalk: The First Trip To The Moon (Step-Into-Reading, Step 5)
ISBN: 0394824571
EAN13: 9780394824574
Language: English
Release Date: May 6, 1989
Pages: 48
Dimensions: 0.2" H x 8.8" L x 5.9" W
Weight: 0.2 lbs.
Format: Paperback

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Book Overview

The astronauts of Apollo 11 made history as the first men to land on the Moon. Learn more about how Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins trained and achieved this momentous feat in this Step 5 History Reader. Step 5 Readers tell stories in chapters using longer paragraphs, for children who want to take the plunge into chapter books but still like colorful illustrations and photography.

The story of Apollo 11's historic flight, from lift-off, through 'The Eagle has landed, ' to splashdown and quarantine. Donnelly does a good job of setting the stage with chapters on the history of the idea of flight to the moon, astronaut selection and training, and look at the flight's effect on people in general. --School Library Journal.

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   Junk! Falling Apart!
The books fall in my classroom with their very first use. Half of them have pages that fall out and I have to re-tape pages in place and hope I can get one more year out of them. They are just junk! Buy them! Don 't make them!
 
5
   This was easy for my students to comprehend and held their interest
This was easy for my students to comprehend and hold their interest. We had some discussion about the man reading the moon before going to this book. It is a high interest book of low interest and easy to understand.
 
5
   Great book for third graders
I bought this book for students to read and build up background knowledge of the Apollo 11 mission.
 
5
   Perfect reference for a 4th grade presentation
It covered many important topics from his whole life, including personal and work. It was a great benefactor to the success of our daughters'presentations.
 
5
   Engaging narrative that will stir your emotions in a wonderful way
Excellent book, written very engaging and well's engaging! The narrative is quick-paced and exciting, and it points out things I had never considered about the space race. I was glad that the book did not go into detail about the tragedy of Apollo 1 or I would have answered a lot of questions from my son. This author did a fantastic job, capturing the dangers of space travel and highlighting the awe-inspiring spirit of everyone watching these men land on the moon. I love this book even more than my kid!
 
5
   Interesting, accessible History that captures the imagination.
I gave one to each of the third graders in my grandson's class so that they have something to share with their families this summer when we celebrate the Moon Landing anniversary.
 
5
   Great for the beginning reader to get passionate about reading
My nephew keeps telling us that he is passionate about reading and learning and this book was one of the first books that started him on this passion.
 
5
   Good.
This was bought for my grandchildren as a gift.
 
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