Field Trip to the Moon

Field Trip to the Moon

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It's field trip day, and students are excited to travel on their yellow spaceship bus from their space station to the moon, in this wordless picture book companion to Field Trip to the Ocean Deep and Field Trip to Volcano Island.

An ALA Notable Children's Book
A Golden Duck Notable Picture Book
Short Description / Web 'About this Book'
Climb aboard the spaceship bus for a fantastic field trip adventure to the moon!

Once their bright yellow ship lands, students debark and set out with their teacher to explore. They jump over trenches and see craters and mountains on the moon's surface and even Earth in the faraway distance.

But when one student takes a break to draw some pictures and falls asleep, they wake up to discover that the rest of the class and the spaceship are gone. How the student passes the time waiting to be rescued makes for a funny and unexpected adventure that will enchant children all over the galaxy.

With rich atmospheric art, John Hare's wordless picture book invites children to imagine themselves in the story--a story full of surprises including some friendly space creatures. A perfect complement to discussions and lessons on the moon landing.

Don't miss Field Trip to the Ocean Deep, another wordless adventure!

Recipient of the Pied Piper Literary Prize
An ILA-CBC Children's Choice!
A Pennsylvania Center for the Book Baker's Dozen Selection!
A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year
A Horn Book Best Book of the Year
A Bank Street Best Book of the Year - Outstanding Merit

Author: John Hare
Publisher: Margaret Ferguson Books
Published: 01/18/2022
Pages: 40
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.40lbs
Size: 9.30h x 9.70w x 0.10d
ISBN: 9780823451128
Audience: Ages 4-8

About the Author
John Hare is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer as well as the creator of Field Trip to the Moon (an ALA Notable Children's Book and A Golden Duck Notable Picture Book) and Field Trip to the Ocean Deep. He lives in Gladstone, Missouri, with his wife and two children. You can visit him at