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What if we could grant the wish of our children to travel among the moon and stars? With "Goodnight Moon Base," this wish becomes a reality every night for bedtime.
Inspired by the popular classic bedtime book, two aerospace industry veterans have collaborated to make the vision of a thriving moon settlement so vivid and compelling, you and your little one will be convinced that this future destiny must come true.
Your child's bedroom will be transported to a moon base where you will say "goodnight" to the people, objects, and enchanting scenery that happens to be backed by authentic engineering knowledge of actual moon settlement technologies.
From the greenhouses plants that grow lush, to the airlocks that go "shush."
Say goodnight to a moon rover. Say goodnight to explorers, the whole moon over.
Say goodnight to lunar heritage sites where Apollo astronauts have made their boot prints. Say goodnight to moon base landing lights that guide our future moon explorers and space tourists to a safe landing on a future moon base.
The soothing and rhythmic words are accompanied by original watercolor paintings with remarkable imagery and detail. Any child who loves to look up at the moon and stars at night will love to stare at these illustrations and create dreams of an amazing world beyond Earth, full of hope and opportunity.
Your purchase of this book will help humanity establish a peaceful and permanent moon base in another important and meaningful way. For every purchase of the book, the author will donate a portion of proceeds to an organization or institution that is dedicated to helping all of humanity return to the moon - to stay.
Once inside the world of Goodnight Moon Base, you will be able to choose which effort will receive this donation.
Do you want to give your child a hopeful and inspiring vision of humanity's future in the cosmos? Make Goodnight Moon Base a special bedtime tradition in your family. The day (and night) when we can look up at the moon and know this vision has become a reality will be one child closer.
Illustrations photographed for publication by Danny Syto.