"By the time you're finished assembling paper models of spacecraft from the book's meticulously die-cut blueprints, you'll be intimately familiar with many of the details of 20 different iconic spacecraft, as well as the broad arc of space exploration history and the basic principles of spaceflight. It's not exactly rocket science, but it's certainly a blast." ~SeedMagazine.com
"There are 64 pages filled with finely crafted die-cut paper models of the featured rockets, presented with clear instructions for assembly. The book also includes stunning archival photographs, colorful technical drawings and histories of 20 feats of aeronautic engineering drawn from half a century of space programs around the world." ~Parenthood.com
Juliette Cezzar is a graphic designer and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She is the author of Paper Pilot and Paper Captain and has designed many books, magazines, and Web sites with her company e.a.d. Buzz Aldrin performed the world’s first successful spacewalk in 1966, and he made the historic Apollo 11 moonwalk in 1969. He remains at the forefront of efforts to ensure America’s continued leadership in human space exploration.
Awesome! Always loved spacecraft. the models were sturdy and the info book was interesting. Definitely a book to check out.Published 21 months ago by Alec Benson Leary
Someone at Barnes and Nobles was telling us about this book for his nephew. I purchased one and found it not only entertaining but very easy to spend a few hours making cool space... Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by Elizabeth Johnson