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Jerry the Astronaut By John Ashworth
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Jerry the Astronaut
The Accidental Astronaut By Christopher Looby
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What should you do when you've been accidentally abducted by aliens? As a lonely orphan just trying to survive, Oliver Wetherbee has never really thought about it. Until now his biggest concern has... More > been how to avoid bullies on the way to his next meal. But his problems are about to get bigger - astronomically bigger. In just few days' time Oliver will discover a universe far beyond the walls of the orphanage, a universe full of staggering wonders and nightmarish dangers. He will also discover powerful abilities within himself - abilities that may help him reshape a galaxy in turmoil... Or deliver it into destruction.< Less
The Accidental Astronaut By Christopher Looby
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What should you do when you've been accidentally abducted by aliens? As a lonely orphan just trying to survive, Oliver Wetherbee has never really thought about it. Until now his biggest concern has... More > been how to avoid bullies on the way to his next meal. But his problems are about to get bigger - astronomically bigger. In just few days' time Oliver will discover a universe far beyond the walls of the orphanage, a universe full of staggering wonders and nightmarish dangers. He will also discover powerful abilities within himself - abilities that may help him reshape a galaxy in turmoil... Or deliver it into destruction.< Less
Astronauts, Reunite By Nate Jensen
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Cardboard Astronaut By Armando Heredia
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There are many feel-good and lukewarm doctrines prevalent today through all forms of media, but Heredia, through the use of personal anecdotes and through a faith-led, logical questioning, challenges... More > the reader to go beyond your comfort zone, to think critically about life, faith, the church, God and how these powerful forces in our lives direct and shape us and our thought-processes. "Cardboard Astronaut" is an easy read - meaning that you won't need a writing jacket, pipe, and absolute silence to become involved with the book. His writing style is casual, almost conversational at times, making the reading very enjoyable. The challenging aspect of the book comes not by deciphering his prose, but by his ability for the reader to actively engage with the material. In the vein of Don Miller's "Blue Like Jazz," "Cardboard Astronaut" will help you examine your conceptions of the church, what is means to be a Christian in the new millennium, and how you can actively engage in the kingdom of God.< Less
Cardboard Astronaut By Armando Heredia
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There are many feel-good and lukewarm doctrines prevalent today through all forms of media, but Heredia, through the use of personal anecdotes and through a faith-led, logical questioning, challenges... More > the reader to go beyond your comfort zone, to think critically about life, faith, the church, God and how these powerful forces in our lives direct and shape us and our thought-processes. “Cardboard Astronaut” is an easy read – meaning that you won’t need a writing jacket, pipe, and absolute silence to become involved with the book. His writing style is casual, almost conversational at times, making the reading very enjoyable. The challenging aspect of the book comes not by deciphering his prose, but by his ability for the reader to actively engage with the material. In the vein of Don Miller’s “Blue Like Jazz,” “Cardboard Astronaut” will help you examine your conceptions of the church, what is means to be a Christian in the new millennium, and how you can actively engage in the kingdom of God.< Less
The Forgotten Astronauts By Codex Regius
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Our shelves contain countless books on the history of space travel, illustrated with colourful images of the moon and names we have frequently read: Alan Shepard, first American in space, John Glenn... More > who orbited earth, Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon, Elliot See … Wait a minute. Who is Elliot See? Then we discover that most books on the history of space travel do not mention his name at all. And closer examination reveals more unknown faces on NASA's group photos. Their accounts, told in this book, reveal the darker side of the American moon-landing myth. These men are the Forgotten Astronauts, those who failed and were erased from history - sometimes tragically, sometimes tragicomically - and who were for a long time hushed up about, not to cloud the worship of the heroes of the Space Age.< Less
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Astronaut Dad By David Hopkins, Brent Schoonover
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Over fifty years ago -- October 4, 1957 -- humanity entered a new age with the launch of the first artificial satellite, Soviet Union's Sputnik I. Return to those early days, when John F. Kennedy... More > challenged a nation to place a man on the moon before the end of the decade, when the nation sought out test pilots with "the right stuff" to ride rockets into the night. ASTRONAUT DAD follows three NASA families from Houston, Texas during the boom years of the space race.< Less
Astronaut Luggage By Adam Rothstein
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Astronaut Luggage is a collection of short texts written along the last years and circulated online, rearranged around five main topics: the Apocalypse, commodities, drones, history and politics.... More > Adopting the forms of the essay and the short story, Rothstein sets himself in an “atemporality” that allows him to tell stories in which the distinction between reality and fiction is not important. As he writes in the introduction: “None of these stories are true, but none of them are false, either. These distinctions are not the point, at least not immediately. The difference between fact and fantasy are important, just not right here and now. In an atemporal dimension, all of these things happen simultaneously. Whether for good or ill, the speculation of these stories is speculation that occurs in the midst of this world, not outside of it.” Adam Rothstein is an insurgent archivist and artist. He writes about politics, media, art, and technology wherever he can get a signal.< Less