Storytime and Book Signing with Clayton Anderson

Date/Time
4/7/18, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Seward Memorial Library

Meet Astronaut Clayton Anderson, author of
A IS FOR ASTRONAUT: BLASTING THROUGH THE ALPHABET
at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 7th at Seward Memorial Library

Sponsored by Chapters Books & Gifts & Seward Memorial Library

Whether a science buff, a budding astronaut, or an educator building STEAM curriculum materials, A is for Astronaut will have readers of all ages reaching for the stars! Meet Nebraska’s own, Astronaut Clayton Anderson at Seward Memorial Library for a reading and book signing, sponsored by Chapters Books & Gifts and the Library.

Space has been called “the final frontier” and for most of us, the top job in that frontier is that of astronaut! In A is for Astronaut: Blasting Through the Alphabet, retired Astronaut Clayton Anderson takes readers on an A-Z tour explaining not only what it means to be an explorer in space but also the science (and dangers) of space flight. Topics include the history behind and ongoing mission of NASA, famous astronauts and their missions, equipment and innovations, and explanations of key terminology.

Retired Astronaut Clayton Anderson spent 167 days in outer space having lived and worked on the International Space Station (ISS) for 152 days and participated in nearly 40 hours of space walks. With a strong belief in perseverance and the importance of STEAM as part of every child’s education, Astronaut Anderson brings his “out of this world” insight to issues faced by children, parents, and educators.

This is his first children’s picture book. To learn more visit www.astroclay.com For speaking events and appearances visit www.AstronautClayAnderson.com or follow him on Facebook @AstroClay Twitter @Astro_Clay or Insta @astro_clay He has previously written The Ordinary Spaceman: From Boyhood Dreams to Astronaut (University of Nebraska Press, 2015), and It’s a Question of Space: An Ordinary Astronaut’s Answers to Sometimes Extraordinary Questions releasing in June 2018.


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