Mae Blacker Freeman’s most popular book is You Will Go to the Moon.
Mae Blacker Freeman’s most popular book is You Will Go to the Moon. Showing 30 distinct works. You Will Go to the Moon by. Mae Blacker Freeman, Ira M. Freeman. Want to Read savin. ant to Read. La vida de Albert Einstein by. Mae Blacker Freeman.
Mae Blacker Freeman (Author). I would recommend this book to anyone who has a child who will be interested in the upcoming Orion Missions to the Moon and beyond, It would be a lot better than 'Goodnight, Moon". 4 people found this helpful.
This book fired my imagination and I am sure many others have experienced the same pulsations of desire to leave . Great children's book published in 1959. It talks about going to the moon.
This book fired my imagination and I am sure many others have experienced the same pulsations of desire to leave Earth and walk and work on the Moon. Someday it will be as routine as depicted in this book, one can only hope that it is soon. The illustrations were of the 1950's so no one, at that time, knew what would have been later on. It is a trip down memory lane.
An easy-to-read introduction to space flight tracing a manned rocket trip to a space station and the moon. Release Date:October 1971. Publisher:Random House Children's Books. 75 lbs. Age Range:6 to 7 years. Grade Range:Grades 1 to 2. You Might Also Enjoy.
The book is a children's story in the Beginner Books series, written using a restricted vocabulary of simple words for a readership age of six. The illustrations show a lunar mission concept based on the Von Braun and Ley space exploration concepts of 1952 (see Man Will Conquer Space Soon!), featuring wingèd three-stage rockets ferrying the passengers to a rotating-wheel space station, serving as a transfer station to the spider-like lunar surface shuttle.
Vintage 1959 Childrens Book You Will Go To The Moon" Mae & Ida Freeman Dr Seuss. Customs services and international tracking provided. You Will Go To The Moon by Mae and Ira Freeman/ 1st Ed/ 1959/ Hardcover.
I can imagine how this Beginner Book must have sparked the imaginations of a generation who were gearing up to see someone actually . The moon is up there, far away. No one has been there yet. But someone will go there soon.
I can imagine how this Beginner Book must have sparked the imaginations of a generation who were gearing up to see someone actually do it. The first jaunt didn't commence until a little over a decade later, but the amazing thing is, the book is pretty accurate on how it would happen. All except for the part about YOU going to the moon and the non-existent moon house and the fact that I believe there were only six Apollo missions and in all likelihood no one is ever going back there.
Mae and Ira Freeman and illustrated by Robert Patterson, published in 1959, ten years before the first moon landing.
You Will Go To The Moon is a work of children's literature written by Mae and Ira Freeman and illustrated by Robert Patterson, published in 1959, ten years before the first moon landing. Despite the widespread association of children's literature with picture books, spoken narratives existed before printing, the root of many children's tales go back to ancient storytellers. The history I write of is a history of reception.