10 edition of A day in space found in the catalog.
by Scholastic Paperbacks
Written in English
Large print. Los Angeles, Calif. : Library Reproduction Service, Microfilm Co. of California.
|Statement||by Suzanne Lord and Jolie Epstein|
|The Physical Object|
The man on the moon book series are wonderful. I love the illustrations, there are lots of hidden things to spot in the pictures. The story is quite sweet. Bob commutes to the moon every day, it only takes him 15 minutes! The two follow up books to this one are wonderful too. My 5 year old loved these books, especially exploring the s: Book today and save with Wyndham Rewards, the award-winning hotel rewards program. Days Inn Hotels | Book Hotel Rooms, Discount Rates, and Deals COVID Update: Our hotels are implementing additional processes to help protect the safety of guests and team members, and certain services and amenities may be unavailable.
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A Day in Space by Suzanne Lord and Jolie Epstein is a perfect follow up to William Pogue's How Do You Go to the Bathroom in Space. Written a year after Pogue's edition, it covers many of the same topics about life in space but from the point of view of living and working on a space shuttle/5.
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A day in space. [Suzanne Lord; Jolie Epstein] -- Explains what it's like to go up in a space shuttle, walk in space, and launch a satellite.
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