This book is featured in our Shoot for the Moon collection, a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Visit to see more of the best on all things astronautical.
Discover how astronauts first landed on the moon in First Explorers: Moon Landing! Blast off in the rocket, moon walk across the surface and splash down back to Earth with the Apollo 11 astronauts as they made history in 1969.
Each scene has chunky push, pull and slide mechanisms perfect for little hands with fun facts about the Moon Landing. Beautifully illustrated by Lon Lee, this title provides gentle early learning and is a simple introduction to science topics for small children.
Discover more in the First Explorers series: Night Animals, Sea Creatures, In the Jungle, Dinosaurs, My Body, Astronauts, Wild Animals, Brilliant Bugs, Snowy Animals, Things That Go, Beautiful Birds, Machines
About the Illustrator
Lon Lee attended university in Australia, where she illustrated children's books before returning to Hong Kong and establishing her own illustration studio. She works on packaging, product design and illustration for a variety of clients and has been actively involved in creative and artistic education programmes.
Lon Lee has illustrated several books for Campbell including Amazing Animals and Super Space, part of the First Facts and Flaps series, and First Explorers: Moon Landing.