New York: The Viking Press, 1978. First American Edition. First Printing. quarto, 61, profusely illus. in color, index, small rough spots ins front hinge & rear flyleaf, library stamp crossed out in marker front flyleaf creased, board corners bumped and threadbare, plastic coating on spine beginning to peel, library call number written on spine and covered with tape, library stickers on rear board crossed out in marker, board edges worn. This book for young readers contains easy projects and quick experiments.
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New York: Warwick Press, 1982. 4.75" x 7.25", 93, profusely illus. (many in color), index, crayon scribbling ins fr bd & flylf, library stamps, weakness to rear bd, bds soiled some wear to board and spine edges, library stickers on rear board crossed out in marker, library call number sticker taped to spine.
Philadelphia, PA: The John C. Winston Company, 1958. Book Club Edition. 240, illus. (some in color), index, discoloration inside rear flylf, fr flylf missing, foxing to fore-edge & title page, bds scuffed small stains to boards, small pinprick hole to rear board, some wear to spine edges, lettering on spine somewhat faded. Analysis of the social, military, and legal aspects of space penetration. The book offers a concrete proposal for the control of space through a United Nations force.
Philadelphia, PA: The John C. Winston Company, 1958. Book Club Edition. 240, illus. (many in color), index, DJ somewhat soiled and worn: small tears, small chips missing Analysis of the social, military, and legal aspects of space penetration. The book offers a concrete proposal for the control of space through a United Nations force.
New York: Franklin Watts, 1988. Second Printing. quarto, 143, illus., source notes, glossary, reading list, index, library stamps inside rear flyleaf & to fore-edge, board corners worn library stickers on spine and rear board (some crossed out in marker). This book for young readers presents the lives and careers of ten well-known astronauts (Alan Shepard, John Glenn, Edward White, Walter Schirra, Neil Armstrong, Donald Slayton, John Young, Sally Ride, Guion Bluford, and Bruce McCandless), and highlights some of the famous firsts in the history of the U.S. space program.
New York: Random House, 1959. 82, illus., index, pages soiled, scribbles & ink notes, library stamps & partial due slip, large rough spot inside rear board stains and library stamps to fore-edge, boards and spine soiled and scuffed and some edge wear, library call number on spine. Book for young readers covers rockets, satellites, putting a man into space, building a space station, living on the moon, and travelling to Mars, among other topics.
Chicago, IL: Childrens Press, 1985. First Printing. 128, profusely illus. (mostly in color), chronology, glossary, index, stray ink marks ins rear flyleaf & board, library stamps some library stamps crossed out in marker, small bubble in rear endpaper, library call number sticker taped to front board, library stickers on rear board crossed out in marker. Book for young readers on the history and development of the space shuttle.