July 20 2019, saw the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon.
For the anniversary and to celebrate this great achievement, this new book called Fly, fly again introduces young readers to the concepts of flight – lift, gravity, thrust, and drag, along with pitch, roll and yaw. Jenny and Jude accompanied by their pets, Kitty and Hawk, work together to build a flying machine. It is a fun story of adventure, teamwork, and perseverance that begins to lay a foundation for aerodynamics in an adorable picture book format.
The foreword to the book is by the great Buzz Aldrin, one of the Apollo 11 astronauts and the 2nd man to walk on the moon.
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