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Nergal and the Great Space Race (First Graders from Mars)

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Published by Rebound by Sagebrush .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Readers - Intermediate,
  • Juvenile Fiction,
  • Children"s 4-8 - Fiction - General,
  • Extraterrestrial beings,
  • Fiction,
  • Racing,
  • Schools,
  • Self-esteem,
  • Children: Kindergarten

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsMark Teague (Illustrator)
The Physical Object
FormatSchool & Library Binding
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9512236M
ISBN 10061351260X
ISBN 109780613512602

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Get this from a library! Nergal and the great space race. [Shana Corey; Junior Library Guild.; Mark Teague] -- When Nergal's first-grade class concentrates on health and fitness during Martian Health Week, he is very nervous about doing poorly in the upcoming space race.   The culmination is a space race in which, as Ms. Vortex reminds them, "I know we will all try to do our martian best." Everyone is thrilled except for Nergal, who is not a good runner. The clever illustrations bring to life such zany lessons as what happens to a plant when it eats unhealthy foods like nobber pops-it wilts-and how to balance meals from the food groups/5(4). The Great Space Race. A crazy world domination conspiracy is uncovered and foiled by the most unlikely family on Earth in this highly entertaining and madcap adventure. The Crankshaws have finally hit rock bottom. The family are stony broke, their belongings have been snaffled by the bailiffs and their house, The Mill, is about to be re-possessed/5(14).   “America’s Moonshot” is a contemporary look back at the Race to the Moon of the s with the focus on the role of President John F. Kennedy in its initiation and promotion. More presidential history than scientific, it illustrates the central role 5/5(4).

  By landing on the moon, the United States effectively “won” the space race that had begun with Sputnik’s launch in For their part, the Soviets made four failed attempts to launch a lunar landing craft between and , including a spectacular launch-pad explosion in July   Great books about the space race A reading list from the “Moonrise” podcast. This is a guide to artifacts from the Apollo missions, which each reveal unique stories about the space race Author: Lillian Cunningham. Great for beginning readers & all the small worriers in our universeThe first graders of Pod 1 are buzzing: It's Martian Health Week! They are learning about the food groups. They are practicing for the space race. Only poor Nergal is so nervous he ties himself into knots (literally!).   Here are writers' and editors' picks for spaceflight and space history books that dazzle. (We are constantly reading new and classic space books .