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Books with title Astronaut

  • Astronauts

    Christiane Engel

    Board book (Sterling Children's Books, Feb. 6, 2018)
    FIRST EXPLORERS:With cool things to push, pull, and slide on the cover and each sturdy spread, plus fun facts on every page, this chunky board book gives children their first enticing taste of nonfiction! Blast off on an adventure to the International Space Station! Join the astronauts on their long journey and learn how they work, eat, and sleep in this zero-gravity atmosphere. With the fun interactive features, kids can make the rocket take off, go on a space walk, watch the sun rise and set 16 times a day, and more. Simple science facts will fascinate budding astronauts and astronomers.
  • Future Astronaut

    Lori Alexander, Allison Black

    Board book (Cartwheel Books, June 25, 2019)
    Discover all the out-of-this-world ways babies of today can become astronauts of the future!Ground Control to Major Baby: Could you be an astronaut?Does baby have what it takes to become an astronaut? That's an affirmative, Houston! Discover all the incredible ways that prove baby already has what it takes to become an astronaut -- from growing healthy teeth to eating from plastic packs to working in small spaces. Includes lots of fun astronaut facts to help prepare little ones for takeoff!Future Baby is an adorable new board book series that takes a playful peek into an assortment of powerful careers and shows little ones how their current skills match up with the job at hand. With Future Baby, babies can be anything!
  • Baby Astronaut

    Dr. Laura Gehl, Daniel Wiseman

    Board book (HarperFestival, May 7, 2019)
    “A cute infant-scientist offering…tuned to its audience.” —KirkusBaby Scientist is an adorable board book series that brings fun, accessible science concepts to baby’s world using simple language, recognizable settings, and vibrant art. Read them all with your baby scientist! This board book is an excellent choice to share during homeschooling, in particular for children in preK. It’s a fun way to learn to read and as a supplement for activity books for children.Baby Astronaut explores the stars and planets in space. She wears her space suit and helmet and rides in a space craft. Can ants live in space? Can plants grow in space?Find out with Baby Astronaut!Don’t miss the other books in this series, including Baby Oceanographer!
  • Astronaut Annie

    Suzanne Slade, Nicole Tadgell

    Hardcover (Tilbury House Publishers, March 6, 2018)
    ★ PBS Books "Best Children's Picture Books of 2018"★ Brightly List: Best Children's Books of March 2018★ Story Time From Space selection: Read by an astronaut on the Space Station!Annie's joyful exuberance and her family's whole-hearted support leave no doubt that her dream is within her grasp. This delightful story―with backmatter about women astronauts―encourages young readers to pursue their dreams and reach for the stars.Career Day is approaching, and Annie can't wait to show her family what she's planning to be when she grows up. But, she must keep it a secret until Friday! So curious family members each ask Annie for a clue. Convinced that she'll be a news reporter like he once was, Grandpop gives her his old camera for her presentation. Grandma is sure Annie wants to be a champion baker like her, so she offers a mixing bowl and oven mitts to Annie. Hopeful she'll become the mountain climber he aspired to be, Dad gives Annie an old backpack. Mom presents Annie with a pair of high-top sneakers to pursue Mom's favorite sport in high school -- basketball. Grateful for each gift, Annie cleverly finds a way to use them all to create her Career Day costume. When the big day arrives, Annie finally reveals her out-of-this-world dream to everyone. Fountas & Pinnell Level M Color throughout
  • Astronaut

    Amy Rechner

    Library Binding (Bellwether Media, Aug. 1, 2019)
    Have you ever wanted to visit outer space? It takes a lot of work to get ready for the journey, and theres even more work when you get there! Find out what it takes to become an astronaut, and as well as the qualities and training needed. Features outline a days activities, chart a career path, and profile an important person in the field. Readers will snap up this high-interest title about a job that is truly out of this world! Whats your dream job? Certain careers capture the hearts and imaginations of people from a young age. But what do astronauts and race car drivers really do? This high-interest series digs into the daily life of these careers, from tasks and goals to experience and training. Sidebars profile famous people in each career, and outline career paths and day-to-day tasks. Find out if your dream career is really as cool as it seems!
  • Astronaut

    Kelly Milner Halls

    eBook (Cherry Lake Publishing, Dec. 10, 2013)
    Describes the requirements, education, and duties associated with becoming an astronaut. Includes profiles of prominent astronauts.
  • Astronaut

    Giovanni Caviezel, C. Mesturini

    Board book (B.E.S. Publishing, March 1, 2009)
    Titles in this new Mini People series are miniature, scaled-down versions of books from Barron's popular children's series of Little People Shape Books. Starting with the delightful front cover picture, Barron's Mini People titles feature all of the larger books' full-color illustrations as they show boys and girls in different, exciting adult roles, or in imaginative roles inspired by favorite children's stories. Each of these board books is die-cut in the shape of the happy child who appears on the front cover.
  • Astronauts

    Thomas K. Adamson

    Library Binding (Capstone Press, Jan. 1, 2007)
    Have you ever wanted to travel to the Moon? Do you wonder how people can travel in space? Read more to find out how these brave scientists risk their lives to explore space.
  • Astronaut

    Gaby Goldsack, Chris Embleton

    Foam Book (Parragon Inc, March 1, 2008)
    Andy the astronaut flies into space in a rocket and meets with an alien king, in a foam book shaped like an astronaut that invites young readers to answer questions about details in the pictures.
  • Astrid the Astronaut

    Chirine Alameddine, Andy Kefford

    Paperback (Independently published, June 1, 2019)
    When Astrid was little she dreamed of becoming an astronaut one day. Join Astrid on her journey to make her dream come true. This story is a prequel to the Sheep Who Could Not Leap!
  • Astronaut

    Heather Miller

    Paperback (Heinemann, Nov. 5, 2002)
    An introduction to the equipment, clothing, daily activities, and other aspects of the job of an astronaut.
  • Astronaut

    Kelly Milner Halls

    Library Binding (Cherry Lake Pub, Aug. 1, 2009)
    Introduces readers to interesting and important careers, giving children the opportunity to gain a better understanding of these cool jobs with the help of engaging sidebars, color photographs, an index, lists for further reading, and more.