Who Was Neil Armstrong? Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 147 user ratings

" I have been reading this series for about 2 months, and for me this book was probably one of the most descriptive books about someone's life. It talks about his love for planes as a child, his serving in WWII and being an astronaut. And it also like how not everything is about Neil Armstrong because it talks about events that happened during his life and other people as well. Overall I loved this book and I hope more people read this series. " said.

"I read this over two nights with my second grader at bedtime. He has loved aviation and space books since he was a toddler-one in particular is “Moonshot” by Brian Floca. I greatly appreciate the historical and biographical sidebars in The Who was books-they expand on the information that he’s interested in. This one covered the Wright brothers, Charles Lindbergh, Chuck Yeager, the Korean War, the USSR. The book also had great illustrations of the rocket phases for the Apollo launches AND the lunar landing. I recently allowed my son to watch parts of the 2018 movie “First Man”- i was happy to see that he identified the parts of the book that were scenes in the movie. As usual with these books-I learned quite a few facts myself. " said.

" I did not know that much his life other than the moon but now I know more about him. " said.

" I think Neil Armstrong's life was pretty interesting. But most people only know he was the first man on the moon. And his training for the Apollo 11 mission was pretty cool. " said.

" This book was amazing it had so many interesting facts and it was such a quick read " said.

" I read this with my daughter and she loved it! She wants to be an astronaut when she grows up. She was very inspired and so was I. It was very well written. There was tragedy in his life but he was also very resilient and persevered. Highly recommend for young children. " said.

" These little books divulge a lot of information, stuff that was classified at the time. They didn't share much of anything with "Joe Public" and some people still think it was a televised stunt in a studio. This was before color televisions. We all saw it in black and white. " said.

" Good book for elementary students or ESL students to dive into longer biographical works. This is more of a short story than a book due to the brief length. The black and white illustrations support the text well to keep a new reader engaged. For an experienced reader, this book will be a bit dry and very short. " said.

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