Subtitled How 400,000 People Landed Apollo 11 on the Moon.
Published in 2006.
80 pages (including sources, notes, and a section "For Further Exploration").
This 2007-2008 Beehive Award Nominee in Informational is an awe-inspiring look at all those behind that the first walk on the moon in 1969.
Yes, three heroic men went to the moon; but it was a team of four hundred thousand people that put them there. They were the flight directors, controllers, planners, and engineers; the rocket designers and builders and technicians; the managers, supervisors, quality control and safety inspectors; the programmers, electricians, welders, seamstresses, gluers, painters, doctors, geologists, scientists, trainers, and navigators . . .
Apollo 11 is their story too. [page 7]