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|Series||Zaner-Bloser independent readers|
|LC Classifications||QB46 .N6 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
|LC Control Number||89070445|
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No sales offers, please. Hows it going today here guys, my name's Bill and I'm the Mud Doctor and I'm on the moon to show you all about moon dirt and making moon mud.
I had a lot of comment from various of our viewers that just want to know what moon dirt is actually like so i figured what better way to show you than to come up here to the moon and show you myself.
anyway so like i said before my. The idea for the book and its timing,Deans explained, came after he wrote a commentary in“looking back 30 years after man walked on the moon.
This book is a collection of stories of 23 brave, intelligent, and freaking awesome women who've done work surrounding space research. Each story focuses on their triumphs and tragedies, their. The top line description from Wikipedia is - The book’s premise is that the moon is a massive space ship controlled by a self-aware computer that wants its rightful crew back aboard.
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