How to become an Astronaut for KIDS!
Start your child’s Astronaut training and Go to the moon and back!
Specially designed for kids ages 5 – 12.
Do YOU know how to become an Astronaut?
What do you do when your little girl or boy says, “I wanna be an Astronaut when I grow up!” and you don’t know yourself!?
Here it is, you can put this in her or his little hands and say “This is it kid, your handbook for becoming an astronaut!”
ENGAGING pics with just the right amount of words helps your child learn, and at their own pace, because they want to!
We should never make the mistake of “dumbing down” our material for what we “perceive” as the right difficulty level for a certain age.
Let your kid decide.
This book starts out super simple and then gets a little more technical in the end.
Just right for all ages!
Astronaut training, the Apollo 11 mission, and a very detailed journey to the moon and back and much much more!
Looks FABULOUS on iPads, Kindle-Fires, and all Ereaders! With full-color high-resolution FULL-PAGE photos in this book to get your kids motivated!
- Help your kid learn to read – he or she will WANT to read this if they like planes or want to be an astronaut.
- Children need role models today, additionally READING -instead of playing video games- should be more encouraged.
- DEFINITIONS for the harder words are provided to ADVANCE reading skills and comprehension.
- This is an INTERACTIVE book with Tons of VIDEOS – no App required!
- Razor-sharp graphics and DIAGRAMS to explain the cool parts of the spacecraft and ANSWER all of those questions your kids might have 🙂
- WORD WISE ENABLED–helps your kids with hard words in ONE glance!
- X-RAY Enabled too–You can look up characters and definitions in ONE click!
More Detailed Breakdown:
- Becoming an Astronaut
- NASA’s requirements to become an Astronaut
- Astronaut training
- The Centrifuge
- Weightlessness Training
- Weightlessness training in the swimming pool
- Zero G Aircraft “The Vomit Comet”
- Astronaut Suits
- How Does a Rocket Engine Work?
- The Moon Mission – Apollo 11
- Neil Armstrong
- Buzz Aldrin
- Michael Collins
- The Saturn V Rocket and rocket stages
- The Apollo Spacecraft:
- The Apollo Command Module
- The Apollo Service Module
- The Command and Service Module
- The Apollo Lunar Module
- Going to the Moon – Step by Step
- Gravity on the Moon
- Moon Buggies
- Manned Manoeuvring Unit (MMU)
- Returning from the Moon and REENTRY!
- And more!…
An excellent handbook for the younger reader on how to become an astronaut!
Reviewed by Piaras for Emerald Book Reviews on February 10, 2020
As a child, the question “what do you want to be when you grow up?” is often asked. Most children have an answer. They want to be doctors or astronauts or firemen or actors or whatever their young minds can think of. The entire world is theirs for the taking, and anything is possible at this point.
Author Eric Z motivates his young readers by instilling a sense of leadership, self-esteem and self-respect. He delivers again with his new book, How to Become an Astronaut for Kids! With crystal clear images and meticulous research, this is an excellent handbook for the younger reader on how to become an astronaut!
As usual, the author offers more than just the standard Kindle edition as this is an interactive book that comes with tons of videos with no app required! Excellent value for money, highly recommended and a well-deserved five stars from me.
Dad first, Bookmaster second. When I’m not being a dad I’m making leadership books for kids. Several years ago, my son asked me “How do you become a Navy SEAL?” Thus began my now successful Leadership for Kids series.
We should never make the mistake of “dumbing down” our material for what we perceive as the right difficulty level for a certain age. Let your kid decide. My books start out super simple and then get a little more technical in the end. Just right for all ages! They also include tons of fabulous full color photos to get your kids motivated.
Children need role models today, additionally READING -instead of playing video games- should be more encouraged. My books motivate by linking cool pics for kids to cool content – WORDS: OBLITERATE THE LEADERSHIP GAP! Check ’em all out on the KidsBooksCLUB: www.kidsbooks.club