The First Travel Guide to the Moon: What to Pack, How to Go, and What to See When You Get There

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Four Winds Press, 1980 - Moon - 83 pages
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A detailed travel guide outlining travel arrangements, moon history, places of interest, and other pertinent information for lunar visitors.

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Contents

Plan Your Trip Now
1
What Should You Pack?
9
All Aboard
17
Copyright

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About the author (1980)

Rhoda Blumberg has written about the opening of Japan (1853-1854) in Commodore Perry in the Land of the Shogun, a Newbery Honor Book, which also won the Boston Globe/Horn Book Award and the Golden Kite Award. Her acclaimed histories also include The Incredible Journey of Lewis & Clark, The Great American Gold Rush, and The Remarkable Voyages of Captain Cook, all ALA Notable Books. She is the winner of the Washington Post/Children's Book Guild Award for her overall contribution to nonfiction.

Rhoda Blumberg says that while doing research for Commodore Perry, "I read about the ordeals and strange adventures of Manjiro, then spent years replaying his life story in my mind until I felt impelled to write about him."

The author and her husband, Gerald, live in Yorktown Heights, New York.

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