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Kids Nonfiction 284
delightful journey to the moon for young readers!
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Writing Style 
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable)  
 
5.0
Learning Value 
 
5.0
This charming and informative book introduces the details of the first trip to the moon in 1969. HELLO, WORLD! MOON LANDING is an easy to digest and visually fun read that follows the planning, executing, and returning of the Apollo 11 mission. With colorful and lovely illustrations aside informative and simple facts, this board book is great for toddlers who love space!

What I loved: The simple phrasing and word-to-picture ratio is ideal for the toddler audience, who will love looking at the spacecraft, spacesuit, and other details of this iconic mission. With facts that are interesting, even to adults, this nonfiction book is all-around delightful. I even learned a few new things about the first moon landing alongside my toddler.

Something I love about the HELLO, WORLD! series is that there are bonus facts on each page, so you can just read the main story or you can also delve a little deeper into what is depicted throughout the book, according to child age and interest. Another fun surprise in this particular one is the turn-page of the shuttle ready for launch, which is made to be held tall-wise along with the countdown from 5 (beloved by my toddler who joins into the launch countdown).

Final verdict: This informative, engaging, and delightful read is ideal for toddlers learning about the world and careers around them. Budding space explorers, mathematicians, and night sky watchers will enjoy this charming read. Parents may even learn a few new facts about this important mission and amazing feat!
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