It was 1969 and no one had ever set foot on the moon. Some said it couldn’t be done. But astronauts Mike Collins, Buzz Aldrin, and Neil Armstrong were going to try . . . Here in picture book format is the amazing true story of the first moon landing, when a man set foot on an unexplored world and showed us that the boundaries of our world were limitless.
“[A] perfect introduction to space, the space program, and exploration. Thrilling!” (Kirkus Reviews)
“The milestone event [is] a great idea for a picture book!” (Publishers Weekly)
Anastasia Suen, author of Picture Writing (Writer’s Digest Books, 2003) and more than 60 books for children, cotaught children’s literature at the University of North Texas. She currently teaches the Story Structure Workshop at Southern Methodist University and children’s writing workshops… More about Anastasia Suen