Astronauts and What They Do (Profession #4) (Hardcover)
"Great book for the little ones who want might want to be explorers of the universe one day " - Homewood Public Library
Astronauts do what nearly no one else does - They go into space. They do that in a space shuttle, which is sort of like a rocket plane. They buckle up and get ready. The engines start. 3 - 2 - 1 - GO Soon the shuttle is high above the clouds. Wow First the astronauts fly through the earth's atmosphere and then they arrive in space. Now the astronauts can get to work in the space station.
An instructive, engaging book for children about astronauts, the space shuttle and space travel. For ages 4 and up.What do you want to be when you grow up?
Liesbet Slegers's successful book series helps young children search for the answer to that important question. Do you like food and cooking? You might want to be a chef. If you are afraid of heights, becoming a pilot probably isn't the right career choice. Or maybe you like school so much that you decide to become a teacher? There are so many wonderful careers to choose from
With clear language and cheerful drawings, this series presents many of the most popular professions. Each book is packed with fun facts, new words, and interesting stories of real professionals.
Do you know why an astronaut wears such a funny suit? How about why it is so difficult to be a ballerina or a racecar driver? Or why it's important to visit the dentist twice a year? Read these books to learn the answers to these questions
So . . . what do you want to be when you grow up?