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How to Bicycle to the Moon to Plant Sunflowers

A Simple but Brilliant Plan in 24 Easy Steps
Gerstein, Mordicai (Book - 2013 )
Average Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5.
How to Bicycle to the Moon to Plant Sunflowers
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Too busy with school, soccer, and other activities, a young boy who wants to cheer up the sad, lonely moon presents the reader with a step-by-step plan for becoming the first human to bicycle to the moon.
Authors: Gerstein, Mordicai
Title: How to bicycle to the moon to plant sunflowers
a simple but brilliant plan in 24 easy steps
Publisher: New York : Roaring Brook Press, 2013
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 28 cm
Summary: Too busy with school, soccer, and other activities, a young boy who wants to cheer up the sad, lonely moon presents the reader with a step-by-step plan for becoming the first human to bicycle to the moon.
ISBN: 1596435127
9781596435124
Branch Call Number: FICTION Ger
Statement of Responsibility: Mordicai Gerstein
Subject Headings: Moon Fiction Voyages and travels Fiction
Topical Term: Voyages and travels
LCCN: 2012013787
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A young boy who wants to cheer up the sad, lonely moon presents his step-by-step plan for becoming the first human to bicycle to the moon.


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May 09, 2014
  • anidog rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

My son (4) is obsessed with space. This book so captured his imagination (and love of counting), the we ended up buying our own copy.

When a messy-haired kid with a gap-toothed grin decides that the moon looks sad, he devises an ingenious 24-step plan to bicycle to the moon and perk it up with some sunflowers. Though it's based on a handful of real scientific facts, most of the boy's plan is laughably implausible, yet readers won't be able to resist his unshakable optimism. Loaded with the kind of wacky ideas that kids love - what's not awesome about a giant slingshot to the moon? - and illustrated with delightfully detailed cartoons, this quirky how-to guide (from Caldecott Medalist Mordicai Gerstein) is a great pick for older kids and aspiring engineers.
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