May’s Moon by S. Y. Palmer

Beating thousands of others, the geeky boy they call ‘Micky Moon’ at home, is one of ten children from around the world accepted onto the ‘Children’s Moon Program’ in Florida. If he can survive the g-force of a space-shuttle launch, overcome his secret fear of water and pass the other battery of tests, he could…

51KHjjeqmzL._SY498_BO1,204,203,200_Beating thousands of others, the geeky boy they call ‘Micky Moon’ at home, is one of ten children from around the world accepted onto the ‘Children’s Moon Program’ in Florida. If he can survive the g-force of a space-shuttle launch, overcome his secret fear of water and pass the other battery of tests, he could win a place on the next mission to the moon!

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“Motivating and engrossing children’s fiction.”

Five Star Review on Amazon By Eishinas

British teenager Micheal May has always dreamed of being an astronaut going to the Moon. ‘May’s Moon’ is an engaging, fast paced read which will take little young readers through the adventurous journey of Micheal as he gets selected from the thousands of other kids for a journey to the Moon but has to qualify against top ten contenders and be amongst the three who’ll be chosen for special training at NASA.
Life wont be a bed of roses for Micheal as he over comes and deals with the hurdles and challenges thrown in his path by destiny to full fill a dream larger than life.
Author S.Y. Palmer sure knows how to deal with and keep little inquisitive minds thrilled, engaged and educated at the same time by giving in the right amount of knowledge about science of space weaving perfectly with an intriguing tale of a young boy’s struggle of catching over his dreams.
Will Micheal emerge as a winner and be the first child to travel to moon? Those looking for an answer to Micheal’s adventurous life ‘May’s Moon’ is a sure recommendation.

About the Author

Sue Palmer studied German and International Studies at the University of Warwick, before taking up a career in sales and skills training. She has worked with school and pre-school charities for the past ten years and now writes full time at her home in rural South Oxfordshire.
Her adventure stories for 9-12 year olds feature ordinary children displaying extraordinary traits as they look for answers and chase their dreams.

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