Escape This Book! Race to the Moon

Doodle, decide, and demolish your way out of history. This series is Choose Your Own Adventure meets I Survived meets doodling!

Reader beware! This book is filled with adventure that is out of this world! You will have three chances to join the space program and help the Apollo missions reach the moon!

Flight Director: You’re the boss at Mission Control! Can you make split second decisions to keep the astronauts safe on their trip to the moon?

Flight Commander: You’re the astronaut in charge on the spacecraft. You’ll face problems as big as an explosion on the ship and as small as what to eat in space!

Moon Buggy Driver: You get to explore the moon’s surface…if you can safely land on its surface first!

In the Escape This Book series, YOU are the star of history! In this third book, you’ll complete challenges similar to what the astronauts faced on Apollo 11 and 13 and get to meet famous NASA employees like Neil Armstrong and Katherine Johnson! Don’t be afraid to rip or fold a page. Your mission might depend on it!

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World: Random House (November 2020)

The Author

Bill Doyle

With over 2,000,000 books in print and an MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Bill has been working in kids media for decades. His publishers include Random House (Attack of the Shark-Headed Zombie, The Prizewinners of Piedmont Place series, and the upcoming Escape This Book series), Scholastic (Behind Enemy Lines series, Scream Team series, Space University series and Mystery Comp Cliffhangers series), Chronicle (the CYOA Worst Case Scenario: Everest) and Little Brown (the 6-book Crime Through Time series). Writing as W.H. Doyle, Bill moves into YA in 2019 with the intrigue-filled Tudor Rose series. He’s co-founder of Crab Hill Press, publisher of award-winning interactive storybooks, and he’s the developer of digital storytelling experiences for cultural institutions, such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Bill’s served as editor at Sesame Workshop, TIME For Kids, Sports Illustrated Kids and LeapFrog.  BillDoyleWritingHub.com.

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