Neil Armstrong: The First Man on the Moon
Astronaut Neil Armstrong was the first person to walk on the moon. On July 20, 1969, Neil, along with "Buzz" Aldrin, spent more than two hours outside the Apollo lunar module Eagle exploring the moon's surface. Neil was also an aeronautical engineer, a naval aviator, a test pilot, and a university professor. Find out more about this inspiring man from Ohio now.
Inspire! is an intriguing and engaging series of 40 informational text chapter books for grades 2-3. The series features biographies of twenty extraordinary trailblazers, each paired with a unique nonfiction chapter book that explores a key theme related to the individual's life.