One small step for man is one giant leap for friendship in this funny kid-level space adventure
Astronaut Randolph Witherspoon wants to take a walk--a space walk, that is! But Ground Control has other ideas. Randolph must eat some lunch, get some exercise, and then he can go outside, provided he dresses warmly and doesn't talk to strangers. But Randolph's mission doesn't exactly go to plan, leading to an unexpected new friend.
Brian Biggs puts an interstellar spin on the parent-child relationship in this hilarious new picture book.
About the Author
Brian Biggs was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. He currently makes illustrations for books, posters, puzzles, and games in an old garage in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Visit his website at www.mrbiggs.com.
"An effervescent outing with a refreshingly (or, in some quarters, distressingly) subversive message." —Kirkus
"[K]ids will revel in the beautiful displays along with the quick and efficient story." —BCCB
"Readers will relate, as Biggs's digital illustrations (cheekily described in the art note on the copyright page) picture space as a vibrantly colorful wonderland where new friends await and boredom is busted by simply exploring the outdoors." —Horn Book