The exciting story of the Apollo 11 mission, published in a book for the youngest readers upon the 50th anniversary of this remarkable achievement!
In this engaging Little Golden Book, preschoolers will enjoy the fascinating story behind what happened on July 20, 1969, when two human beings walked on the Moon for the very first time.
Little ones will learn about the rocket Saturn V, the command module Columbia, and of course the famous lunar lander Eagle, and how they each served to send astronauts into space. Kids will learn who the astronauts were and how they were chosen for the mission. And they'll learn Neil Armstrong's unforgettable words in his message back to Earth about this being "one giant leap for mankind." Fun facts about the astronauts' space suits and their work in space round out this exciting picture book, which is being published upon the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.
About the Author
CHIP LOVITT has written more than three dozen children's books for a variety of publishers, including Golden Books, Scholastic, Inc., Disney Press, Simon and Schuster, and Pearson Learning. Among his credits are books on sports, movies, and music, as well as joke, puzzle, and science books for young readers.
BRYAN SIMS, a 2012 graduate of the ArtCenter College of Design, is an animator who has worked on character design and prop design for Disney Television Animation. He also teaches Concept Design for Animation. This is his first Little Golden Book.