The First Men Who Went to the Moon
The First Men Who Went To The Moon was written by Rhonda Gowler Greene and illustrated by Scott Brundage. The book is about lunar module pilot Edwin Aldrin, command module pilot Michael Collins, and commander Neil Armstrong, all of whom were in Apollo 11, the first space ship that brought men to the moon and back. Greene uses beautiful poetry and interesting facts to tell this story, making this fun to read and different from other picture books written in poems. Brundage’s illustrations are detailed. Though the pictures are dark, Brundage uses color to make parts of the pictures more noticeable against the black of space. The pictures are textured, which make them look very realistic. Elementary age boys and girls will find this book interesting. Even parents will enjoy this book and may even learn new facts about the first men who landed on the moon. Reading The First Men Who Went To The Moon is an enjoyable way to learn about the first trip to the moon.
|Author||Rhonda Gowler Greene • Scott Brundage, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
|Publisher||Sleeping Bear Press|
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