By Paul Adams
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Published: Dec. 12, 2011
Words: 741 (approximate)
Blast off is an activity book that acts out a space rocket ride to the moon. With your child on your knee pull a cover over your heads and read the script. You and your child will go through systems check and clearance for take off. Then 3, 2, 1, ask your child to push an imaginary button for “Blast Off”. Break the sound barrier and land your ship on the moon.
Here is your magic portal to the world of childhood fantasy. Take a fantastic trip of the imagination, all the way to the moon. In an intimate, playful time alone with your child, experience the thrill of blast-off, incredible g-forces, and then the eerie sensation of weightlessness. Roam the barren, hostile surface of the moon and finally manoeuver your ship back to earth, working with your child at the controls to ensure a safe landing. It's a trip your child will want to take again and again.
, blast off
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