...And They Landed on the Moon. From Fiction to Reality: Spanish Language Astronomy Materials Education Center

Book Cover: ...Y Aterrizaron En La Luna.  De La Ficción A La Realidad Book Cover: ...Y Aterrizaron En La Luna.  De La Ficción A La Realidad

Title: ...And they landed on the moon. From Fiction to Reality

Author: Hergé, Bob de Moor

Translation: Rafael Clemente

Publisher: Exclusivity Casterman

Year: 1985 (1st Edition)

ISBN: 84-261-319-8

Suggested reader’s academic level: Junior High School

This book is very easy to understand. The book shows us how Hergé invented with his great talent as a narrator, a story with many realistic aspects. The book contains 41 pages, which introduces us to the fiction and reality of landing on the Moon.

...And they landed on the moon. From Fiction to Reality

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This book is very easy to understand and shows us how Hergé used his great talent as a narrator to invent a story with many realistic aspects. The book tells us that many of the readers of Tintín experienced what it feels like to travel to the moon. The book contains 41 pages, which introduce us to the fiction and reality of the desire to land on the Moon. In addition, the book is very informative because it shows us the blueprints used in the structure of the real and fake space rockets and space suits. The book shows the reader how Hergé carefully treated the human aspect of the conquest of landing on the moon even before it had occurred.

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