New [Papa Put a Man on the Moon] ò Kristy Dempsey
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Experience Is Ultimately What The Takeaway Of is ultimately what the takeaway of picture book is The main character s father works in textiles and began weaving the fiberglass outfitting that would be used inside the astronauts suits as they made their way to the moon How proud she is of her father and how he helped put a man on the moonThe illustrations are nice and c Kristy Dempsey tells about how her father s
work in a mill contributes to space xploration and the Apollo in a mill contributes to space xploration and the Apollo Lovely illustrations and obvious pride remind readers that getting a man to the moon was an Math Basics 6 effort that involved many people doing many jobs Overall a solid selection for a read aloud It can be used to about fiction vs nonfiction being part of a group and howveryone contributions make a difference Recommend Marthanne and her Papa like to look at the stars and dream A dream is about to come true On July 20 1969 American astronauts landed on the Moon Marthanne is specially proud because her Papa helped to weave the fabric that was part of the astronauts space suit The fabric is so special to keep the "astronauts safe and her Papa did that Dempsey and illustrator Sarah Green help capture he "safe and her Papa did that Dempsey and illustrator Sarah Green help capture he and xcitement of this miraculous The First Ghost event Dempsey brings her personalxperience having grown up in such a town as Marthanne This personalization makes the story so much real to the young readers There is xcitement and anticipation as the manned space age comes to being Her addition of Walter Cronkite s Oh boy oh boy oh boy reflects the joy and pride of our country Children today may not take space travel for granted but there is not the novelty that Marthanne xperienced as did many of us older readers in 196. She can't stop imagining the moon mission the astronauts tumbling through space the fabric her papa made traveling all the way up into the sky When the astronauts blast off and Neil Armstrong finally takes his first steps on the moon Marthanne watches in wonder She knows her papa put a man on the moon.
Kristy Dempsey ´ 3 charactersMarthanne s father works in the factory where the fabric for the astronauts is being made When the astronauts walk on the moon Marthanne feels pride in her father s connection to the big ventA story that brings the
Story Of The Astronauts Walkingof the astronauts walking the moon home to children and mphasizes the small part many many played in accomplishing that Fascinating true story of a textile mill in South Carolina that manufactured material used in the Apollo 11 astronaut suits Marthanne s father has a very special job He works in a clothing mill and is the weaver for a very special fabric that will be used in the spacesuits to keep the astronauts safe Marthanne is thrilled because she is following the space race on TV and imagining what it would be like to be an astronaut herself But it takes so long to happen Marthanne is afraid the men won t ver get there but finally she watches the moon landing on TV with her family and knows in her heart that it wouldn t have been possible without the contribution of her dad Kristy Dempsey s free verse storytelling makes this a great read aloud It s the year of the space race anniversary and it s really nice to see a book that s a little bit different one that features the support people whose jobs were vital Green that s a little bit different one that features the support people whose jobs were vital Green illustrations are fun and imaginative it brought me right back to 1969 sitting on my porch watching the moon and dreaming about astronautsFor this and of my reviews visit kissthebookblogspotcom This book ticks all my boxes for a good picture bookArtwork Accessibility of writing Rereadability Themes The story follows a little girl telling of how her papa s work helped with the mission to the moonWe have so many good books that tell about the astronauts. In time for the fiftieth anniversary of the moon landing this father daughter story celebrates a small community's big contribution to one of America's greatest accomplishmentsMarthanne and her father sit side by side looking out over their mill village as the moon glows in the sky Marthanne hopes tha. The scientists and the mathematicians but this is the first one I ve seen that celebrates the many little jobs that were necessary to the operationWe are introduced to the men and women who wove the special fabric for the spacesuits and how proud the whole town was of them It s a wonderfully uplifting story that talks about how important very step is in making something big The story a small community s big contribution to helping make
manned moon possible 5312019 I want to like this book however after reading it an looking at the illustrations I m left with uestions What I liked It felt like a picture book biography a genre I love I was fascinated by the idea that a mill worker who wove cloth had a small part of the Mercury and Apollo space missions The girl s pride in her papa s work was tangible The dad s aw shucks attitude of I m just feeding my family felt trueuibbles 1 The writing felt somewhat didactic and the story didn t uite flow though I could live with this 2 My main concern The girl s family was shown in several spread interacting as uals with African American families I uestion was this a southern millthe manned moon
Town In The 60sIn the 60s illustrations of uality just wouldn t be true Why were they included Lack of research A way to increase representation in the book ven if it wasn t true in America s past If this was a northern mill town I don t knowThough the back matter discussed the way that the US government contracted bits of the space program out across the country I wanted information about this particular place In the absence of that information I felt that the book was simply sugarcoating issues of racial relations in the 1960s in the US Collaboration is key and recog. T one day man will walk on the moon and she knows her father is helping America accomplish this mission The fabric he weaves forms one layer in the astronauts' spacesuits Papa insists he's only making a living but Marthanne knows his work is part of history and she's proud She tries to be patient but.