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by Don Brown

Category: Science Nature and How It Works
Subcategory: Children
Author: Don Brown
ISBN: 0618152393
ISBN13: 978-0618152391
Language: English
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; 1st edition (September 24, 2001)
Pages: 32
Fb2 eBook: 1311 kb
ePub eBook: 1272 kb
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As a young boy, Neil Armstrong had a recurring dream in which he held his breath and floated high in the sky. He spent his free time reading stacks of flying magazines, building model airplanes, and staring through a homemade telescope

As a young boy, Neil Armstrong had a recurring dream in which he held his breath and floated high in the sky. He spent his free time reading stacks of flying magazines, building model airplanes, and staring through a homemade telescope. As a teenager, Neil worked odd jobs to pay for flying lessons at a nearby airport. He earned his student pilots license on his sixteenth birthday. But who was to know that this shy boy, who also loved books and music, would become the first person to set foot on the moon, on July 20, 1969.

Summary: One Giant Leap is the biography of Neil Armstrong. Neil Armstrong was a normal little boy who grows up as the field of aviation grew up. He watched as it developed and became an instrumental figure in its development. This story shows how one's curiosity can become your passion in life, and that you can do great things if you pursue your dreams.

As a young boy, Neil Armstrong had a recurring dream in which he held his breath and floated high above the people. Don Brown is the award-winning author and illustrator of many picture book biographies. He has been widely praised for his resonant storytelling and his delicate watercolor paintings that evoke the excitement, humor, pain, and joy of lives lived with passion. School Library Journal has called him a current pacesetter who has put the finishing touches on the standards for storyographies.

As a young boy, Neil Armstrong had a recurring dream in which he held hisĀ .

As a young boy, Neil Armstrong had a recurring dream in which he held his breath and floated high above the people, houses, and cars. He spent his free time reading stacks of flying magazines, building model airplanes, and staring through the homemade telescope mounted on the roof of his neighbor's garage. As a teenager, Neil became obsessed with the idea of flight, working odd jobs to pay for flying lessons at a nearby airport. He earned his student pilot's license on his sixteenth birthday.

From Brown (Alice Ramsay's Grand Adventure, 1997, et., a pithy look at one of the national heroes of the space age. Recurring vivid dreams of floating high above his neighborhood sparked Neil Armstrong's fascination with flight an. .

The first half of this brief biography showcases Armstrong's childhood, his hobbies, part-time jobs, and determination to earn a pilot's license.

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As a young boy, Neil Armstrong had a recurring dream in which he held his breath and floated high above the people, houses, and cars. He spent his free time reading stacks of flying magazines, building model airplanes, and staring through the homemade telescope mounted on the roof of his neighbor's garage. As a teenager, Neil became obsessed with the idea of flight, working odd jobs to pay for flying lessons at a nearby airport. He earned his student pilot's license on his sixteenth birthday. But who was to know that this shy boy, who also loved books and music, would become the first person to set foot on the moon, on July 20, 1969. Here is the inspiring story of one boy's dream - a dream of flying that landed him more than 200,000 miles away in space, gazing upon the awesome sight of a tiny earth hanging suspended in a perfectly black sky. On the thirtieth anniversary of the moon landing, Don Brown's expressive story reveals the achievement of this American legend, Neil Armstrong, re
Comments to eBook One Giant Leap: The Story of Neil Armstrong
Detenta
Great story for my 5 year old!
Quinthy
I got this book for the kids and they really enjoyed it. I was inspired by it too. I highly recommend it.
Moronydit
I think this book was pretty good. It had lots of detail and explained everything really well. I really liked it.
Braendo
I bought this for my grandson. I'm hoping my daughter in-law doesn't wear it out before he gets to read them!
"That's one small step for (a) man, one giant leap for mankind.'
She loves them.
Damdyagab
All right.
Undeyn
No one is telling history to young children quite the way that Don Brown is -- clearly, factually, and without the unnecessary treacle and syrup. History is beguiling enough as it is. Brown's admiration for his subject comes through in his direct and Hemingway-esque style. Armstrong was a hero who started as a boy with a dream, literally. My children were smitten, as was I. THIS BOOK IS A NO-FAIL GIFT for boys and girls. We hope to hear, and see, more from this fantastic author-illustrator. He deserves more recognition, and I am sure that will come soon.
Ffleg
This biography is without a doubt Brown's best picturebook biography to date. He really has written an engaging biography of Armstrong. My second graders went back to this book time and again after I read it aloud! One of my students () used it as a primary source for her biography on Neil Armstrong...and she wrote a great bio too! A great addition to a classroom library or school library biography section!
My 5 year old (who wants to be an astronaut) and I just read this book and really enjoyed it. It gives some insight on Armstrong's childhood and a beautiful description of the moon landing. It losses a start for being a little expensive given how short it is and for not including a picture or drawing of the US flag in the moon.
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