OUR LATEST BOOK RELEASED TO MARK THE 50th ANNIVERSARY OF THE VERY FIRST MOON LANDING
Nominated for The Kate Greenaway medal in 2020,
Where Once We Stood captures the first-hand accounts of an extraordinary chapter in our history, when twelve human beings set foot upon the Moon. Combining a unique series of illustrations with the words spoken by the astronauts on the lunar surface, this book offers a rare insight into what it really felt like to live and work on another world; something that those who’d experienced it often found hard to convey.
Artist Martin Impey has joined forces with writer and Apollo historian Christopher Riley to bring a new dimension to the timeless story of Humankind's extraordinary adventures on the Moon.
From the first footprints left by Neil and Buzz during their pioneering walk on the Sea of Tranquillity, to the final ambitious expeditions - as astronauts drove an electric car deep into the mountains of the Moon, this is a revealing record of what it truly meant to explorer a place beyond Earth - where once we stood.
published by Harbour Moon