[National Geographic Kids Readers] EBOOK / KINDLE


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  1. says: Kitson Jazynka ´ 9 Read & Download [National Geographic Kids Readers] EBOOK / KINDLE

    [National Geographic Kids Readers] EBOOK / KINDLE This was a kids book but again I learned something I didn't already know Specifically that Buzz was a pole vaulter and there's actually a picture of him pole vaulting from 1969 Also didn't know that the space suits weighed 180 pounds And a third neat fact only found in this book so far is that Neil Michael and Buzz have a moon shaped star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

  2. says: [National Geographic Kids Readers] EBOOK / KINDLE

    Free read National Geographic Kids Readers Kitson Jazynka ´ 9 Read & Download [National Geographic Kids Readers] EBOOK / KINDLE Loaded with lots of great facts The 50th anniversary of walking on the moon is July 20th and they collected 46 pounds of moon rocks while they

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