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(((Download))) ↬ Have Space Suit—Will Travel ↶ Kip from midwest Centerville USA works the summer before college as a pharmacy soda jerk, and wins an authentic stripped down spacesuit in a soap contest He answers a distress radio call from Peewee, scrawny rag doll clutching genius agedWith the comforting cop Mother Thing, three eyed tripod Wormfaces kidnap them to the Moon and Pluto


10 thoughts on “Have Space Suit—Will Travel

  1. Lyn Lyn says:

    My first Robert A Heinlein work read and still one of my favorites.Heinlein produced his juvenile books for Charles Scribner s Sons mainly in the 1950s and these were what many consider to be some of his finest work I ve always thought that the period between 1957 and 1966 was his zenith, with good work before and after, but during this time was when he was at the height of his considerable powers.Have Space Suit Will Travel was first published by Scribner s in 1958 and so was a part of this h My first Robert A Heinlein work read and still one of my favorites.Heinlein produced his juvenile books for Charles Scribner s Sons mainly in the 1950s and these were what many consider to be some of his finest work I ve always thought that the period between 1957 and 1966 was his zenith, with good work before and after, but during this time was when he was at the height of his considerable powers.Have Space Suit ...


  2. Bradley Bradley says:

    Adventure Originally a serial, then published in 58, this well beloved SF has been in the hearts and minds of many YA and adult readers pretty consistently since it came out It s a toss up whether people love itfor the good science lodged right in rip roaring adventure tale that includes being a space pirate or running on the moon in a space suit of your own construction from bug eyed monsters BEMs or whether it s just because there s a delightfully well written story with equally deli Adventure Originally a serial, then published in 58, this well beloved SF has been in the hearts and minds of many YA and adult readers pretty consistently since it came out It s a toss up whether people love itfor the good science lodged right in rip roaring adventure tale that includes being a space pirate or running on the moon in a space suit of your own construction from bug eyed monsters BEMs or whether it s just be...


  3. unknown unknown says:

    PUBLISHER R.H., we just got done reading your new book, and I have to say, bravo This is your best one yet The young boys of 1958 are going to love it Heck, I love it The whole setup was so clever, with the boy entering a jingle writing contest for soap to win a trip to the moon My wife really got a kick out of that i told her about it when she was washing dishes last night and she couldn t stop laughing She sure does love soap commercials And having the boy win a spacesuit instead of PUBLISHER R.H., we just got done reading your new book, and I have to say, bravo This is your best one yet The young boys of 1958 are going to love it Heck, I love it The whole setup was so clever, with the boy entering a jingle writing contest for soap to win a trip to the moon My wife really got a kick out of that i told her about it when she was washing dishes last night and she couldn t stop laughing She sure does love...


  4. Trish Trish says:

    Sooooo I ve read my first Heinlein actually, I ve listened to it but whatever Influenced by many people with many different tastes and what they had to say about Mr Heinlein, I was VERY reluctant But I thought that most of the negative sides I had heard about of this author couldn t possibly be included in one of his books for juveniles so I joined the group read.And wouldn t you know No sexism in this one There are two kids a boy and a girl and they go on an adventure Quite a clas Sooooo I ve read my first Heinlein actually, I ve listened to it but whatever Influenced by many people with many different tastes and what they had to say about Mr Heinlein, I was VERY reluctant But I thought that most of the negative sides I had heard about of this author couldn t possibly be included in one of his books for juveniles so I joined the group read.And wouldn t you know No sexism in this one There are two kids ...


  5. Manny Manny says:

    Sometimes you find a book at exactly the right point in your life I was fortunate enough to read Have Space Suit Will Travel when I was a geeky 12 year old boy, and I loved it If YOU RE a geeky 12 year old boy, there s a fair chance you ll love it too He enters this cut out the coupon and complete the slogan competition a lot of description of how he intelligently maximizes his chances and wins an old ex NASA space suit He fixes it up, and there are some great passages showing how much f Sometimes you find a book at exactly the right point in your life I was fortunate enough to read Have Space Suit Will Travel when I was a geeky 12 year old boy, and I loved it If YOU RE a geeky 12 year old boy, there s a fair chance you ll love it too He enters this cut out the coupon and complete the slogan competition a lot of description of how he intelligently maximizes his chances and wins an old ex NASA space suit...


  6. Manuel Antão Manuel Antão says:

    If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Non Hubris SF Have Space Suit Will Travel by Robert A HeinleinI feel like there is a weird bias when analyzing Heinlein s work and this book in particular.I never really got that the Competent Man in Heinlein books was presented as the norm It was always the protagonist or the protagonist s mentor, characters who can be expected to be exceptional in some way There were always people beyond reclamation, but Jubal and Lazarus alway If you re into stuff like this, you can read the full review.Non Hubris SF Have Space Suit Will Travel by Robert A HeinleinI feel like there is a weird bias when analyzing Heinlein s work and this book in particular.I never really got that the Competent Man in Heinlein books was presented as the norm It was always the protagonist or the protagonist s mentor, characters who can be expected to be exceptional in some way...


  7. Bryan Bryan says:

    This book stands out among Heinlein s juveniles arguably the best of the batch.But it sthan just a great book It s also a defining moment in an entire movement in SF towards realistic science This doesn t mean that the characterization or plot needs to take on secondary or incidental importance It just means that all efforts must be taken to ensure that the science works.So, it s the exact opposite type of novel from what A.E van Vogt was writing In his works somewhat common for th This book stands out among Heinlein s juveniles arguably the best of the batch.But it sthan just a great book It s also a defining moment in an entire movement in SF towards realistic science This doesn t mean that the characterization or plot needs to take on secondary or incidental importance It just means that all efforts must be taken to ensure that the science works.So, it s the exact opposite type of novel from what A.E...


  8. Apatt Apatt says:

    I am usually reluctant to read juveniles , or YA books because I am too cynical to fully appreciate them and they make me feel old as the hills Still, the whole point of usually is that you do it some time to disqualify it from almost never Have Space Suit Will Travel is probably the most popular of the Heinlein s Juveniles series if Goodreads Robert A Heinlein profile page is to be believed The last Heinlein book I read was Starship Troopers, which surprisingly turned out to be a fr I am usually reluctant to read juveniles , or YA books because I am too cynical to fully appreciate them and they make me feel old as the hills Still, the whole point of usually is that you do it some time to disqualify it from almost never Have Space Suit Will Travel is probably the most popular of the Heinlein s Juveniles series if Goodreads Robert A Heinlein profile page is to be believed The last Heinlein book I read wa...


  9. Oleksandr Zholud Oleksandr Zholud says:

    This is a classic juvenile SF by the master, Robert A Heinlein the book was nominated for Hugo Award in 1959 I read as a part of the Monthly reads for December 2019 in Hugo Nebula Awards Best Novels group It is actually a re read for me, I first read a Russian translation over two decades ago.This is pure juvenile Heinlein, smooth simple prose, na ve but brave and persistent heroes, who get out of danger with their wits, not their fists Just read the starting paragraphs You see, I had th This is a classic juvenile SF by the master, Robert A Heinlein the book was nominated for Hugo Award in 1959 I read as a part of the Monthly reads for December 2019 in Hugo Nebula Awards Best Novels group It is actually a re read for me, I first read a Russian translation over two decades ago.This is pure juvenile Heinlein, smooth simple prose, na ve but brave and persistent heroes, who get out of danger with their wits...


  10. Illyria Illyria says:

    A librarian friend of mine suggested this as my introduction to Heinlein and I was not disappointed Apart from the delicious technical details of making a spacesuit work faster than light travels to Pluto, to the Magellanic Cloud, and beyond the horrors of being held hostage by an alien race that views other sentient beings as animals another alien race with indefinable, changeable physical form and the ability to convey the kind of warmth, peace and comfort of being mothered feels like thi A librarian friend of mine suggested this as my introduction to Heinlein and I was not disappointed Apart from the delicious technical details of making a spacesuit work faster than light travels to Pluto, to the Magellanic Cloud, and beyond the horrors of being held hostage by an alien race that views other sentient beings as animals another alien race with indefinable, changeable physical form and the ability to co...