A fascinating time-traveling adventure takes five young friends to the time of the first moon landing.
The Tree House Club is back and ready for another adventure through time in their magical and secret treehouse. This time, the five friends head back to July 16, 1969—the day of the Apollo 11 space flight launch, the first moon landing. There the kids meet other lesser known yet notable contributors to history aside from the famous astronauts who led the mission—important scientists that ranged in diversity including female and Black Americans. During their time-traveling journey, the Club learns facts surrounding it that change what they thought they knew about this key time in American history.
A fascinating account of a page of history that highlights the contributions of women and Black Americans involved in the space mission and civil rights of the period.