May's Moon Paperback – 11 Dec 2015
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Interested in space travel? Interested in how a rocket can fly to a different planet? Then this book is for you. I thoroughly enjoyed this exciting story of a boy battling to be a N.A.S.A astronaut and travel to the moon. Not only is it a fast-paced adventure, it is also a mystery populated with a host of complex and interesting characters. I would recommend it to any 9 to 12-year-old boy or girl who enjoys a thrilling story with a light sprinkling of intergalactic know-how. --Billy Bob Buttons, author of I Think I Murdered Miss and winner of the UK Peoples Book Prize
About the Author
Sue Palmer studied German and International Studies at the University of Warwick, before taking up a career in sales and skills training. She has worked with school and pre-school charities for the past ten years and now writes full time at her home in rural South Oxfordshire. Her adventure stories for 9 to 12-year-olds feature ordinary children displaying extraordinary traits as they look for answers and chase their dreams.
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As a teacher of KS2 children I would highly recommend this book to anyone delivering the topic of 'Earth and Space'.
Also totally relevant to anyone following Tim Peake's current adventures!
I really hope we get to find out what happens to Michael May next. Will there be a sequel?
I enjoyed reading this because it was fast paced and exciting. I read it very quickly and learned lots that I didn't already know. I would recommend this book for children aged 8 - 10 years old.