This clever fold-out title begins with a girl on Earth whose body may be bound by gravity, but whose imagination is not. Her eyes starry, she looks up, up, up to the sky, her sight passing children in the apartments above her, skyscrapers under construction and growing taller, a helicopter and then a high-flying plane—all the way to a rocket crossing the bounds of Earth’s atmosphere. Journey with her as her mind’s eye focuses on satellites, the space station, astronauts tumbling joyfully in space, and yes, travels all the way to the moon. But the adventure doesn’t stop there, and the audience won’t be able to help wondering about what exists beyond the pages’ edges.
Michelle Anne Schingler
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