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"Books about Apollo You Will Enjoy Reading"

Sara Howard "Sara"
The list author says: "Sara is from Louisiana. She graduated from Louisiana State University with an Honors Degree in Math and Astronomy. She worked as an Aerospace Engineer on the Saturn V during Apollo. She has been contacted by engineers from England, Scotland, Australia, Japan, Russia and the most recent--Argentina. Sara has written one book and her second is “Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Moon.” Her first book was written for the kids and is ”The Biggest Explosions in the Universe.”"
Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Moon
Something Funny Happened on the Way to the Moon
"This is a look of how women fared in an all-male environment.  It is not what you think. This is about a plant called Michoud (me-shoe)near New Orleans and the hilarity of the people who worked on the first stage of the Saturn V during Apollo."
The Biggest Explosions in the Universe
The Biggest Explosions in the Universe
"This book was written for young adults and is the story of the birth and violent deaths of stars. Beautifully illustrated with images from the Hubble Telescope, even the adults like this one."
Apollo: Through the Eyes of the Astronauts
Apollo: Through the Eyes of the Astronauts
"This is a good book to find out how the Astronauts felt about Apollo and going to the moon. This is kind of neat. I found it interesting because I was sure that our Astronauts weren't real happy. But on the contrary, all of them enjoyed the experience."
NASA Apollo 11: Owners' Workshop Manual
NASA Apollo 11: Owners' Workshop Manual
"This is the story of Apollo 11 and the engineering and design of the Saturn V and all of its different modules. This book is taken from the engineering records of NASA in 1969. A good read."