Future Astronaut




      Future Astronaut
Ground Control to Major Baby Could you be an astronaut Does baby have what it takes to become an astronaut That s an affirmative, Houston Discover all the incredible ways that prove baby already has what it takes to become an astronaut from growing healthy teeth to eating from plastic packs to working in small spaces Includes lots of fun astronaut facts to help prepare little ones for takeoff Future Baby is an adorable new board book series that takes a playful peek into an assortment of powerful careers and shows little ones how their current skills match up with the job at hand With Future Baby, babies can be anything Read Future Astronaut – bluevapours.co.uk

Lori Alexander lives in Tucson, AZ, with her husband and two rock collecting kids Her family always brakes for road construction so they can admire the dozers and diggers Lori still secretly hopes a backhoe will follow them home This is her first picture book You can visit her online at

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      Future Astronaut
 ✓ E-Pub Author ↠ Lori Alexander short story collection – bluevapours.co.uk
  • Board Book
  • 24 pages
  • Future Astronaut
  • Lori Alexander
  • 16 February 2018
  • 1338312227

10 thoughts on “ Future Astronaut

  1. Deb (Readerbuzz) Nance says:

    Is Baby ready to be an astronaut Let s examine a list of qualifications and see how Baby stacks up.What a fun way to explain the concept of becoming an astronaut and to encourage young children to think about future careers.

  2. Chinook says:

    I liked the unique approach, looking at how a baby s life compares to that of an astronaut.

  3. Olivia says:

    See my full review here ASTRONAUT is a completely charming and brightly colored book that compares astronauts to babies For instance, astronauts eat from plastic packs, and babies know how Each spread features a fact about astronauts paired with the comparison to baby This board book is absolutely delightful as baby learns the skills needed to be an astronaut as well as how he or she already has many of them.What I loved This book is full of See my full review here A...

  4. Barbara says:

    Parents, caregivers, and teachers never know what youngsters will aspire to do when they grow up In this board book, the possibilities of becoming an astronaut are explored On one page, the text describes all the requirements for an astronaut while on the right hand page, text and illustrations show that the baby meets those specifications All seems pretty promising until readers hit the page in which astronauts must travel and leave their families behind for long periods The next page shows Parents, caregivers, and teachers never know what youngsters will aspire to do when they grow up In this board book, the possibilities of becoming an astronaut are explored On one page, the text describes all the requirements for an astronaut while on the right hand page, text and illustrations show that the baby meets t...

  5. zapkode says:

    My thoughts This is a fun book about astronauts and what they do It shows what they have to do for their training in order to become an astronaut One the left page it shows real astronauts and what they do and on the right page it shows baby doing nearly the same.The words in the book go hand and hand with the illustrations The colors are eye appealing and fun The illustrations are well done and very child friendly I really enjoyed re...

  6. Becky says:

    First sentence Ground control to Major Baby Could you be an astronaut Premise plot Does BABY have what it takes to be an astronaut Through a series of checks, BABY is put to the test Astronauts can swim even in their flight gear Baby sw...

  7. Curatorium . says:

    The illustrations by Allison Black are redeeming The text, however, leaves something to be desired The astronaut facts seem like an afterthought and appear at the end after the story concludes The line Astronauts say goodbye to their families is a bit frightening and t...

  8. Kirsti Call says:

    Ground control to Major Baby Could you be an astronaut Astronauts live and work in small spaces.Small spaces are baby s favorite places Engaging words pair with expressive illustrations in this fun board book by Lori Alexander Astronauts abilities are compared to what babies can do T...

  9. Caroline says:

    a cheeky comparison between babies and astronauts Children and astronauts are diverse, both male and female astronauts are presented Illustrations are bold but a bit too cluttered, and the overall humor and facts in the back are aimed at readers older than the books intended audience.

  10. Cindy Schrauben says:

    Future Astronaut is as sweet as can be Alexander manages to create a view of an astronaut s world that kids can easily relate to I see a rash of astronaut s wannabes in our future

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