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"Erudite, elegant, and entertaining. Rick Stroud flies you to the moon and lets you play among the stars." (Ben Schott)
"A miscellany with attitude that's great for dipping in and out of...If you learn everything in here you might even be able to hold your own in an argument with Aldrin." (New Scientist)
"For stargazing on a distant beach, The Book of the Moon by Rick Stroud provides the perfect balance of lunar fact and fancy." (Helen Brown Telegraph)
A miscellany with attitude that's great for dipping in and out of...If you learn everything in here you might even be able to hold your own in an argument with Aldrin.See all Product Description
A good starter if you want to know a bit about the moon - from the science to the myths and everything in-between.Published 1 month ago by C. Baker
This is an excellent book, very clearly subdivided into various topics connected with the moon. I have not read it in full yet because I am researching one particular phenomenon... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mrs Pamela Molyneux
If you arte interested in the moon, this is an excellent read, all about the history, landscape, and man's trip to the moon.
Would fully recommend this book.
Very informative book bought for a friend initially, but who knows if it will actually get wrapped & given! I'm hooked!Published on 28 May 2011 by Julie
This book which is, of course, basically a moon miscellany, is a rather beautifully put together collection of stories and facts about our nearest celestial neighbour, although the... Read morePublished on 26 Mar. 2011 by Emanon
The only book that you'll find cocktail recipes along with statistics. Everything you ever wanted to know about the moon is here: moon-related books, films and music, the moon and... Read morePublished on 17 Mar. 2011 by James Lind
I am interested in the moon scientifically and in the folklore and mythology that it has generated, and so Rick Stroud's 'The Book of the Moon' seemed like a worthwhile purchase. Read morePublished on 29 Aug. 2010 by NARV
A book for people who don't like reading. Poorly written, boring & full of those pointless lists which pass for understanding.Published on 24 Jun. 2010 by mkd