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June 1, 2016

Hello, Moon!

“The Eagle has landed” –Neil Armstrong

On this day in 1969, NASA landed the first humans—Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin—on the moon! I’m pretty sure everyone has wanted to be an astronaut at one point or another. I still hope I get to go to space one day! (I mean, have you tried astronaut ice cream?) But if that doesn’t happen, at least I can experience the galaxy through books.

For budding astronauts interested in the facts, check out Fly Guy Presents: Space! Fly Guy and Buzz—a cute, quirky, and curious duo—take a trip to the space museum. There, they learn all about planets, space exploration, the latest technology, and what it takes to be an astronaut.

There are also a handful of Magic School Bus titles on the topic, such as:

The Magic School Bus: Lost in the Solar System

The Magic School Bus Blasts into Space

The Magic School Bus: Space Explorers

The Magic School Bus Takes a Moonwalk

For young readers looking for a bit more of a scifi adventure, Midnight on the Moon could be the star! In this installment of the Magic Tree House series, Jack and Annie find themselves on a moon base in the distant future. Who is the mysterious moon man? And what will happen when their oxygen runs out?

Happy Moon Day from Reading Clubs, and never stop exploring!



About the Author: Mari LeGagnoux is a Social Media/Online Marketing intern. She is a senior English concentrator at Brown University, but an Angeleno at heart. She also drinks way too much tea. 

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