Did you know today is the 48th anniversary of the first moon walk on July 20, 1969?
The lunar landing inspired many children to consider careers in science and math. Let’s take a look at a book that might inspire the next generation, as well.
Apollo 11 Moon Landing: An Interactive Space Exploration Adventure (You Choose: Space) by Thomas K. Adamson is an interactive book that allows children choose the parts that interest them and find out what happens under different scenarios.
As the cover suggests, the book allows readers to make 48 choices that lead to 9 different endings. Although it sounds complicated, it is actually simply very well organized text that flows logically. After reading it, you will wonder why more books aren’t written this way.
Learn about history and science by walking through a copy with a child today.
Age Range: 8 – 12 years
Publisher: Capstone Press (August 1, 2016)
Want more? Be sure to visit our growing list of children’s books about the moon and the lunar landing.
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