Recent release “The Rickety Rocket” from Page Publishing author James Titmas is a delightful children’s tale following a brother, sister and a neighbor boy, who dream of visiting space camp. Though their families are unable to send them, they make their own space camp and build a rocket together and troubleshoot how to recover their rocket to launch it over again. They also document their efforts for the neighbor boy’s father on military assignment far away from home.
James Titmas, an engineering consultant who has authored many patents, has completed his new book “The Rickety Rocket”: an exciting children’s tale with valuable lessons.
Titmas shares, “During a “show and tell” presentation by one of their classmates, the children hear about a trip to a space camp. They learn about budgets and how to manage with what they have. There is a teaching on the merits of forgiveness and how to accept forgiveness and learn humility when they make a mistake. They learn that if they want to buy something, they need to earn the money. Working with their extended families, they gain insights about rocket building and rocket science from their parents and grandparents. They learn about preparing a fabrication design drawing, a plan. The children and their families create their own space camp. They are made aware they can try and learn by doing. They learn about setting goals and setting objectives step-by-step.”
Published by Page Publishing, James Titmas’s inventive tale teaches kids to be innovative with the resources they have. Through the story the children, readers will learn to make a scientific plan.
Readers who wish to experience this exciting work can purchase “The Rickety Rocket” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.
This story, and other stories authored by James Titmas, can be found on the web site http://www.jbjbooks.com.
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