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Farmer in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein - Science Fiction, Dell Mayflower Book #2518, 1968 Paperback
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Farmer in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein - Science Fiction, Dell Mayflower Book #2518, 1968 Paperback
Farmer in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein - Science Fiction, Dell Mayflower Book #2518, 1968 Paperback

Farmer in the Sky, Robert A. Heinlein - Science Fiction, Dell Mayflower Book #2518, 1968 Paperback

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"Farmer in the Sky" Science Fiction by Robert A. Heinlein, Dell (Mayflower Book) 2nd printing 1968
Mayflower Books were paperbacks published by Dell for children ages 10 -15.
Cover Art: Paul Lehr
Originally published in 1950 by Scribner's

Condition: Good - Spine slightly cocked. Some wear and creasing to covers and spine. Book store stamp on first page, otherwise pages clean with light tanning, no tears or dog ears.

"Farmer in the Sky" appeared as a series in "Boys' Life", 1950, titled "Satellite Scout."

From the back cover:
" 'I had gotten past the road and maybe a quarter of a mile beyond when it hit.

" 'It knocked me flat on my face, the heaviest shake I had ever felt in my life. I lay down for a long moment, digging into the rock with my finernails and trying to get it to hole still.

" 'The seasick roll kept up and kept up and kept up, and with it the noise - a deep bass rumble, deeper than thunder and more terrifying.'

"The great adventure on Ganymede, with its prospect of hope for the future, had now become a tragedy. In one great, thunderous roar, nearly half the population had been wiped out. All of their spent knowledge and skills of the past had not prevented such a disaster. But could they go back to Earth - where the food supply was rationed, where homes were windowless cells occupied by many families? Or should they stay on Ganymede and work to make the planet safe for the generations to follow?"
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