Lift Off!: A Space Adventure
Blast off into space to help build a space station! Feel the G-force when you lift off into space, and float in micro-gravity as you orbit. Put on your space suit before you go outside to help build the space station, moving around with the help of your jetpacks and steer yourself with a joystick. At the end of the day, eat your space meal and then brush your teeth with special toothpaste before you go to sleep in a sleeping bag that is strapped to a wall so that you don't float around while you sleep. Includes a note to parents with tips on how to encourage reading and a "Did You Know" section to test what readers learned.
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45 minutes answer astronauts begin Bernice Cullinan body feels brush chest child become child read circle Clouds comfortable comprehension CREW CABIN day in space dinner Earth engines Everything exercise External fuel tank finish float fly into space goes Grades grow an inch hard head heat heavier heavy help build Help your child inch taller International Space Station Keep lands leave the shuttle legs Let your child Let’s Level liftoff light look micro-gravity miles millions night nose ocean orbit packs Parents Ph.D Professor of Reading pull of gravity reader reading aloud ready roar rock seat shake shower—the shuttle can fly shuttle mission sleep slow solar panel Solid rocket booster Soon space shuttle space suit space travel space trip stay strap things THUMP toilet topics tray turn wait wheels window York University