When Sparks Fly: The True Story of Robert Goddard, the Father of U.S. Rocketry

When Sparks Fly: The True Story of Robert Goddard, the Father of U.S. Rocketry

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Margaret K. McElderry Books July 2018
Curriculum
Science Curriculum

Blast off with this bright, energetic nonfiction picture book from Kristen Fulton and Diego Funck all about Robert Goddard, the inventor of US rocket science!

Robert Goddard may be known as the father of US rocketry, but back in the 1880s, he was just a kid in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Even as a youngster, his eyes glimmered with scientific interest and the thrill of discovery. With BAMSPOPSBANGS! he experimented time and time again with one mission: make his rockets fly!

Join Kristen Fulton and Diego Funck as they take you on one explosive journey about a young kid who shot for the moon, never gave up, and let his creative sparks of curiosity burn bright.--from the publisher

40 pages            978-1481460989           Ages 6-9

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