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Books with title Mina on the Moon

  • Thomas on the Moon

    Golden Books

    Hardcover (Golden Books, Jan. 3, 2017)
    Thomas the Tank Engine heads out into the solar system and lands on the moon—or does he? This Thomas & Friends Little Golden Book will tickle the imaginations of train-loving boys and girls ages 2 to 5.
  • On the Moon

    Anna Milbourne

    Board book (Usborne Publishing Ltd, June 13, 2019)
    Imagine being an astronaut and going to the Moon. Zoom! Up you go in a rocket. Boing! You can jump really far on the Moon! Brrrrm... Explore in a space buggy until it's time to go home. A sweet very first book about going to the Moon.
  • On the Moon

    Anna Milbourne

    Paperback (Usborne Books, Oct. 1, 2011)
    This is an artist-led picture book, which introduces young children to the vastness of the universe, how far away the moon is, what gravity is and the concept of space travel through a gentle and captivating story about an imaginative little girl. Combining full colour illustrations with NASA photographs from the surface of the moon, this beautifully illustrated picture book takes young children on an amazing journey into outer space. The story s use of rhythmic text generates an evocative and friendly tale, taking children on a magical and informative journey.
  • The Moon

    Melanie Chrismer

    Paperback (Children's Press, March 1, 2008)
    Discover the many characteristics of the Moon.Scholastic News Nonfiction Readers: Space Science series gives the youngest reader (Ages 6-7) an introduction to Space. Each book includes chapters that help readers identify key details while the photographs, and other text features encourage students to make connections on their own.
  • The Wind on the Moon

    Eric Linklater, Nicolas Bentley

    Paperback (NYRB Kids, March 7, 2017)
    A Carnegie Medal winner, this delightful fantasy will appeal to children who love Alice in Wonderland and The Wind in the Willows.In the English village of Midmeddlecum, Major Palfrey asks his two daughters to behave themselves while he is off at war. Sighing, Dinah says, “I think that we are quite likely to be bad, however hard we try not to be,” and her sister, Dorinda, adds helpfully, “Very often, when we think we are behaving well, some grown-up person says we are really quite bad. It’s difficult to tell which is which.” Sure enough, the mischievous sisters soon convince a judge that minds must be changed as often as socks, stage an escape from the local zoo (thanks to a witch’s potion that turns them into kangaroos), and—in the company of a golden puma and silver falcon—set off to rescue their father from the tyrant of Bombardy. A tale of hilarity and great adventure, The Wind on the Moon is also a work of high seriousness; after all, “life without freedom,” as the valiant puma makes clear, “is a poor, poor thing.”
  • Girl on the Moon

    Jack McDonald Burnett

    eBook (Kindle Press, Feb. 23, 2016)
    This near-future sci-fi adventure sends humankind back to the moon, this time to make first contact with an inscrutable alien race. And when Earth’s new acquaintances become new neighbors, humanity might not be done with the moon yet — and it might not be done with Earth. Fortunately for humankind, it has Conn Garrow.They said Conn wasn’t qualified for astronaut training. To prove herself, all she’ll have to do is outwit alien races, escape from prison, run a huge business, survive assassination attempts, engineer impossible rescues — and walk on the moon. Never tell Conn there’s something she can't do.
  • On the Moon

    Anna Milbourne

    Hardcover (Usborne Books, Nov. 1, 2011)
    This is a new title in the fantastic 'First Reading' series, part of 'The Usborne Young Reading Programme'. It is aimed at children who are beginning to read. Let your imagination fly - soar into space and take a trip to the moon. It features photographs with real images of the moon and fun puzzles after the story to consolidate learning. Developed in consultation with Alison Kelly, who is a Principal Lecturer in Education and an early reading specialist from Roehampton University. Every title in this series features clear and compelling text accompanied by highly appealing illustrations. It is designed to motivate children as they learn to read.
  • Bot on the Moon

    Shoo Rayner

    Paperback (Leckie & Leckie, Sept. 1, 2006)
    Bot, the golf-loving robot, is going for a trip in his rocket ship. Find out what happens when he lands on the moon, in this funny book by author/illustrator Shoo Rayner.
  • The Moon

    Elaine Landau

    Paperback (Childrens Pr, March 1, 2008)
    How's the weather on the Moon? There is no weather! Discover more true and surprising facts about the moon. Includes a map of the moon's cool paces, time lines, drawings, photos--and a peek at an astronaut's space suit.
  • The Moon

    Seymour Simon

    Hardcover (Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Sept. 1, 2003)
    Why is there no weather on the moon? Is there sound on the moon? Is it ever day on the moon? Why do astronauts bounce around on the moon? How old is the moon? From Apollo 11's first landing to the mystery of moonquakes and the genesis of craters, this stunning introduction to our nearest neighbor in space describes the moon and its all-important relationship to Earth. Mesmerizing full-color photography and an informative text perfect this exciting and educational journey in space.
  • The Moon

    Philippe Biard

    Spiral-bound (Moonlight Publishing, Dec. 1, 2017)
    Through a series of captivating illustrations and diagrams we find out about the different phases of the Moon, and observe both lunar and solar eclipses. We follow early attempts to reach the Moon as well as the first Moon landing, and what the astronauts took back with them. We also look at the satellites of other planets and plans to build a space station on the Moon.
  • On the Moon

    Anna Milbourne, Laura Fearn, Benji Davies

    Hardcover (Usborne Pub Ltd, June 1, 2004)
    Takes readers on an Apollo-like journey to the moon, telling about the trip through space and the lunar surface.