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How Do You Burp in Space?: And Other Tips Every Space Tourist Needs to…

by Susan E. Goodman

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This book talks about space, in a way that is especially fun for kids, answering silly questions like "How do you burp in space?" It is all organized as if you were a tourist visiting space. Providing information like space stories, travel alerts, packing tips, and more. There is a table of contents, captions, photos, and fun clipart as well as a glossary in the back, space time line, suggested further reading, and an index.
  Adrinnon | Sep 7, 2017 |
This book would be great for grades 4th-5th. It introduces readers to the way gravity affects things in space. There are games to play throughout this book. Several different space concepts are covered throughout. The pictures are a mix of photographs and illustrations that pull the attention of kids. I really like this book and learned a lot of fun facts!
  anine14 | Sep 3, 2017 |
This is a good example of an informational book because it gives practical and accurate information about what happens when you go up in space. I like it because it provides good photographs but also illustrations that kids will like. Media is photos
  rwild13 | Mar 31, 2016 |
Summary: This book inmates the format of a travel guidebook and introduce what astronauts need to prepare before they leave the earth and what do their lives look like in the space station, including eating, dining,sleeping, exercising, etc.
Genre: informational book.
Enough information about how space station works and how astronauts live there are presented in this book, from which students are able to search information about space station.
Use: 1. Teach writing skills for middle school students. This book is written in a travel guidebook format, which shows students the skills of explaining some complex processes and it can be a good example of guidebook writing.
2. Write a short essay about the preparation to a space tour. After reading this book, students image they are going to a space tour. What things they need to take there? And what activities they want to try in the space?
Media: photography and pastels. ( )
  Aliceyeol | Mar 27, 2016 |
Recommended Ages: Gr. 4-6

Plot Summary:
Chapter 1 - Planning Your Trip - what to pack, best time to go
Chapter 2 - Getting there - going up, preflight training, welcome to space
Chapter 3 - Getting Oriented - timezones, getting around, dealing with weightlessness, exercise, space sickness
Chapter 4 - Accommodations - bedrooms, bathrooms, recycling
Chapter 5 - Dining - eating, playing with food, burping
Chapter 6 - What to See and Do - onboard (stargaze, earth watch), visit the moon (play with gravity, visit historical sites, ride a moon buggy, explore, play sports)
Chapter 7 - Going Home - reentry, getting used to gravity, long-term effects of space travel, future attractions

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Quotes and information from real astronauts are spread throughout the book

Recurring Themes: space travel, exploration, adaptability, science, science advancements

Controversial Issues: none

Personal Thoughts: Quick, engaging read. Not as gross as I was hoping, but should still keep the interest of students and provoke further research and/or questions about traveling to space.

Genre: informational text

Pacing: fast, very visual, not very detailed but gives a great overview
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