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32 Pages, 8.5 x 10.5

Formats: Paperback Picture Book

Paperback Picture Book, $9.99 (CA $11.99) (US $9.99)

Publication Date: September 2015

ISBN 9781783880577

Rights: US & CA

Tulip Books (Sep 2015)

Price: $9.99


Take a close-up view of the Space Center as it was during the week when man first landed on the moonWhat is the loudest man-made noise? Why do astronauts hop about on the moon? How did a boy help the first moon landing? Find out the answers to these and many other questions by reading the diary of Jay, a young boy whose father is a space scientist. When the first men fly to the moon, Jay is allowed inside the Space Center for close-up view. His diary tells the story of that exciting week, from scary moments when things nearly go wrong, to the historic moon landing, and splashdown back on earth.

Author Biography

Sean Callery is an author and primary school teacher. He writes stories, plays, and information books for a range of publishers, and is the author of 100 Facts on Rocks and Minerals, Children's History of Oxford, Forest Life Cycles, and Titanic.