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4 edition of Notes of a Would-Be Astronaut found in the catalog.

Notes of a Would-Be Astronaut

by Fairleigh Brooks

  • 14 Want to read
  • 38 Currently reading

Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • General & Literary Fiction,
  • Men"s Adventure,
  • Fiction - General,
  • Fiction,
  • General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages193
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8854165M
    ISBN 101591297192
    ISBN 109781591297192
    OCLC/WorldCa55508203

      Non-Fiction Astronaut Books. For an illustrated picture book format that is a good choice for young boys, try Man on the Moon. They can learn about the astronauts who first went to the moon. Meet real astronauts in Space Heroes: Amazing Astronauts. This DK Readers book is perfect for young boys who are fascinated with astronauts. DK books have.   These people are known as astronauts. Not everybody is eligible to go to the outer space. They need to be capable enough to qualify and become an astronaut. If I were an astronaut I would be very excited. I would be very happy. I would go to the outer-space. I would make people jealous of me because of my powers.

      Collins is an excellent writer and his book conveys the feelings of a humble and humorous individual who frankly has little to be humble about as like all Astronauts he had to be exceptional just to be selected as part of the 3rd Astronaut intake (having failed in his bid to be taken on in the 2nd – proving persistence is a virtue).Reviews:   My uncle suggested me to read a book named 'Chariots Of God' written by Mr Erich Von Daniken. The book was a best seller in and there was a movie as well as a TV show made on the based of book. The book speaks about extra terrestrial life existence and also the influence.

    (I am writing these words in November , assembling notes and shards I have been jotting down since the end of the summer. Dead Astronauts will be published in about ten days. Originally, I hoped to write a coherent, linear essay about the book, and I hoped my essay would be published to coincide with the book’s publication.   Astronaut Scott Kelly's book is the closest you'll get to experiencing space yourself and took careful notes on his youth. (Kelly says he didn’t keep a journal as a kid, but remembered all.


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