Lots of things you want to know about astronauts : ... and some you don't! / written and illustrated by David West.
- 5 of 5 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.
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- ISBN: 9781625880888
- ISBN: 162588088X
- Physical Description: 24 pages : color illustrations. ; 28 cm.
- Publisher: [Mankato, Minnesota] : Smart Apple Media, 
- Copyright: ©2013
Includes index (page 24).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
The first astronaut was a dog -- The first person in space was a cosmonaut -- Early spacecraft had room for only one astronaut -- Giant rockets fire spaceships into space -- Russian spacecraft landed with a bump -- American spacecraft landed with a splash -- An eagle landed on the moon -- You can jump higher on the moon -- Astronauts went for a drive on the moon -- Apollo 13 missed the moon -- The Space Shuttle was a reusable spacecraft -- Astronauts put a telescope in space -- Space suits are like mini spaceships -- People live in space -- Tourists visit the ISS -- Astronauts's taste buds don't work as well in space -- Astronauts can sleep upside down in space -- One day astronauts may visit planet Mars.
"How much do you really know about astronauts? Which animals beat humans into space? Are there any people living in space? Can tourists visit space? Each page in this series presents a large full-color illustration and simple paragraph containing fun facts about gear, historical figures, and day-to-day life that encourage kids to explore this high-interest topic in more detail. Readers can dip in at random or read from cover to cover. New vocabulary is bolded and defined in a glossary."-- amazon.com
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