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The Story of Neil Armstrong: A Biography Book for New Readers
Children's - 1st-3rd Grade, Age 6-8 
64 p. ; 
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ISBN 9781646115303
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Loaded with interesting details, this biography and its accompanying graphics will engage young readers, especially young space enthusiasts.
Publisher Summary
Help kids ages 6 to 9 discover the life of Neil Armstrong--a story about working hard and achieving the impossible

Neil Armstrong became the first person ever to step foot on the moon. Before he flew space missions and made history with his moon landing, Neil was a curious kid who loved putting together model airplanes. He dreamed about pushing the boundaries of flight and studied hard in school to achieve his goals.

Explore how Neil went from being a young boy growing up in Ohio to one of the most famous astronauts in the entire world (and beyond!). How will his can-do attitude and strong dedication inspire you?

The Story of Neil Armstrong includes:

  • Test your knowledge--Make sure you understand the story of Neil's life with a fun quiz.
  • Visual timeline--Watch Neil Armstrong progress from curious kid to famous astronaut.
  • Word definitions--Find a helpful glossary with some of the more advanced words and ideas in the book.

You, too, can reach for the stars and do the impossible--just like Neil Armstrong!
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