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Whee to the Moon by Arron Charman - Book Tour & Review

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Whee to the Moon by Arron Charman

Neil is a young boy who likes to scream “whee!” with excitement when he’s at the playground. Neil develops a love of flying. As he gets older, he learns how to fly aircraft that will take him on many different adventures. Even though he is now a grown up, Neil still excitedly screams “whee!” as he gets to fly all the way to the Moon!

Information about the Book
Title: Whee To The Moon
Author: Arron Charman
Illustrator: Martin Scott
Release Date: 24th September 2019
Genre: Picture Book
Page Count: 34
Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

My Review
Whee to the Moon is a fun story for kids about a young boy named Neil who enjoys that stomach dropping feeling one gets when swinging, flying, etc. He develops a love of flying and becomes a pilot when he gets older. And one day, he gets to journey where no man has gone before: the moon. Yep, this is a story about Neil Armstrong. 
I found it enjoyable, as did my four year old son (his favorite part was saying all the "whees"), and I think it's a great way to introduce kids to both history and space travel. It's easy to read, with wonderful illustrations. This book will have both kids and parents saying "Whee!" right along with Neil. 
4 stars!

Author Information
Arron Charman is a chemistry graduate and father of four who lives in Hemel Hempstead in the UK. He has always been interested in the natural sciences and space exploration.  He embarked on writing a book to try and share the amazing adventure of space flight and the process of becoming an astronaut with children.  

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