Autographed Print Copies
Thank you for your interest in ordering my books! Because of Harvey flooding, most of my books are in storage, so there will be a 2-4 week delay in fulfillment of autograph book orders while I obtain copies to mail to you. Thanks for your understanding!
All orders include free stickers and postcards. Because of travel, please allow up to three weeks for delivery, and only use the Houston pickup option if you have made arrangements to meet me (or you are an international customer).
Already have a copy and want it signed? I'm sorry I don't do book plates for security reasons. But please check my Blog for a list of upcoming appearances.
Event Coordinators: print out and distribute this Order Form Doc File to your attendees to preorder books at a discount prior to your event. (Form includes a tax-free option for schools and libraries.)
IF ORDERING MULTIPLE BOOKS. Only one copy of Space & Astronomy, A Passion for Space, or Home on the Moon will fit in an envelope. But all other books, such as one copy of Welcome to Mars plus one copy of Callahan Kids can go into one envelope. So, if ordering two books, select the Houston option for one book to avoid paying double shipping fees.
A Passion for Space
female flight controllers at NASA's Johnson Space Center. This is my story of how I got there, what I did there, and the excitement and challenges of the early Space Shuttle Program. Read an excerpt & learn more about women flight controllers: A Passion for Space.I was fortunate to be one of the first
I offer a 20% discount off retail ($39.99), which is $32 plus $3 tax ($35). Unless the book will be picked up locally in Houston, use the second button which includes $7 for shipping& handling. International customers, use local option and add shipping charges below.A Passion for Space, $32 plus $3 tax ($35 total) each for pickup in Houston: A Passion for Space, $32 plus $3 tax plus $7 S&H ($42 total):
Fly Me to the Moon and Other Stories
Fly Me to the Moon is a collection of science fiction stories previously published in magazines. It opens with Fireworks in Orbit about a space shuttle crew’s struggle to survive an explosion. The Critical Factor features a clone facing the end of the universe. The Pest Man is flash fiction for Halloween. Virtually Correct focuses on racial profiling. The Shape of Things to Come shows how cuteness favors survival. A Solution to the Orbital Debris Problem results from misinterpretations. Fly Me to the Moon has a young man help an Alzheimer's patient save a woman stranded on the moon. Space Bugs uses microbes to get NASA funding. The print book also includes a sonnet written for Alan Bean.
Read review of the cover story by Lois Tilton who called it "personal and moving."Though written at an adult reading level, all content is fine for teens. Note, no shipping charge if combined with any other book order. International customers, use local option and add shipping charges below. Fly Me to the Moon, $8 plus $2 tax ($10 total) each for pickup in Houston: Fly Me to the Moon, $8 plus $2 tax plus $7 S&H ($17) for one or two copies:
Space and Astronomy: Decade by Decade
Space and Astronomy is a (library bound) history of space and astronomy is one volume of the 20th Century Science series. It is a reference text that can also be used for teaching, reports, and fact-checking. It includes timelines of major events and profiles of the scientists who made them.
Order autographed copies for $40 plus $3 tax ($43) and $7 shipping if not picked up locally in Houston. International customers use "Houston" option and figure shipping below.Space & Astronomy, $40 plus $3 tax ($43 total) each for pickup in Houston: Space & Astronomy, $40 plus $3 tax, plus $7 S&H ($50 total):
Welcome to Mars: Making a Home on the Red Planet
Welcome to Mars has a Free Educator's Guide.Coauthored with Apollo 11 Moonwalker, Buzz Aldrin, and named a 2016 Outstanding Trade Book by the National Science Teachers Association
Order autographed (by Dyson, not Buzz) copies for $19 plus $2 tax plus $7 shipping. (Two copies ship for the same price as one, so order one "Houston pickup" and one with shipping for every two copies.) International customers, use "Houston" option and figure shipping below.
Welcome to Mars, $19 plus $2 tax ($21 total) each for pickup in Houston:Welcome to Mars, $19 plus $2 tax plus $7 S&H ($28 total):
Space Station Science: Life in Freefall
Order autographed copies of Space Station Science for $12 plus $1 tax ($13), plus $6 postage for one or two copies. (Two copies ship for the same price as one, so order one "Houston pickup" and one with shipping for every two copies.) International customers, use "Houston" option and figure shipping below.Space Station Science, $12 plus $1 tax ($13 total) each: Space Station Science, $12 plus $1 tax plus $7 S&H ($20 total):
Space Station in Korean, $12 plus $1 tax ($13 total) each for pickup in Houston: Space Station in Korean $12 plus $1 tax plus $7 S&H ($20 total): Order autographed copies of Space Station Science in KOREAN. International customers, use "Houston" option and figure shipping below.
Home on the Moon: Living on a Space Frontier
Order autographed copies of Home on the Moon for $19 plus $7 shipping for each copy unless picked up in Houston. International customers, this book will not fit in a flat fee envelope, and thus is expensive to ship. Please send email to me before you order this book to discuss shipping options.Home on the Moon, $19 plus $2 tax ($21 total) each for pickup in Houston: Home on the Moon, $19 plus $2 tax plus $7 S&H ($28 total):
The Callahan Kids: Tales of Life on Mars
writers and a team of engineers who checked all the science. The nine original tales, including two of my "Martian Mice," and "Dropping the Martian Ball," are illustrated by Michael Carroll whose artwork has flown in space. Proceeds from sales support educational projects.This anthology for middle-school readers was created by science fiction
Order copies signed by Dyson of the Callahan Kids for $10 plus $1 tax ($11) plus $7 shipping for 1 or 2 copies.(Two copies ship for the same price as one, so order one "Houston pickup" and one with shipping for every two copies.) International customers, use "Houston" option and figure shipping below.Callahan Kids, $10 plus $1 tax ($11 total) each for pickup in Houston: Callahan Kids, $10 plus $1 tax plus $7 shipping ($18 total):
Girls Save the Day
All stories in this book feature girls saving the day. My story, "On the Way to Broken Bow," is about a handicapped girl who focuses on what she can do when faced with landing a small plane. I use this story to role-play an emergency aircraft landing for Girl Scouts earning their aviation badges. It is based on the true story of a native American girl flown by Angel Flight.
Order Girls Save the Day signed by Dyson for $7 plus $1 tax ($8) plus $7 shipping for one or two copies. (Two copies ship for the same price as one, so order one "Houston pickup" and one with shipping for every two copies.) International customers, use "Houston" option and figure shipping belowGirls Save the Day, $7 plus $1 tax each ($8 total) for pickup in Houston: Girls Save the Day, $7, plus $1 tax plus $7 S&H ($15 total):
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Select books using the "Houston" delivery options above. All books will be shipped using United States Flat Fee envelopes or boxes. The number of books that will fit in one envelope is limited by thickness and length, not weight since the envelopes can hold up to 4 pounds and the boxes up to 20. The envelopes (12.5" x 9.5") cost $25 to $45, depending on the country. Two of any of the children's books or the Fly Me to the Moon collection will fit in one envelope except Home on the Moon. (One Welcome to Mars and one Space Station Science will fit for example.) Only one copy of Space & Astronomy or A Passion for Space will fit in an envelope, but one of the smaller children's books may also go in the same envelope. (One Welcome to Mars and one Passion for Space will just barely fit!)
Note: Home on the Moon will not fit a flat fee envelope and must go in a padded envelope or large box. The cost varies by country. (A flat fee box that can hold up to 8 copies is $62.) Please send email to discuss shipping options BEFORE ordering this book.Please prepay $25 for international shipping for one to two books. If the actual cost turns out to be less by more than five dollars, I will refund the difference to you. If it is more than $30, I will send you a note to ask for additional payment.
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Thank you for your purchase of eBooks using the links below. I earn royalties from these purchases which are much appreciated! My nonfiction children's books are not available as eBooks, but some of my fiction stories are.
A Passion for Space
Order ebook (usually cheaper on Springer than Amazon), or individual chapters from Springer.
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Fly Me to the Moon
Receive a 10 percent discount on print copies: enter this 8-digit code: FHKGHV2K on. CreateSpace.The book is also available in print or eBook formats on Amazon.
Receive a 10 percent discount on print copies: enter this 8-digit code: 488RKZ5V on. CreateSpace.The book is available in print or eBook formats on Amazon.
Dyson's Space Poems
Not available in print form! This is a collection of my poems about spacecraft, aliens, and physics, previously published in Analog, Aboriginal, Starline, and Mindsparks science fiction magazines from 1992 to 2000, plus a sonnet created by Science Fiction Poetry Association members on GEnie in 1993.
Order via Amazon: Dyson's Space Poems for Kindle.
Science Fiction Versus the Real Thing
What is it REALLY like to be weightless? This collection of three feature articles reprinted from Ad Astra and Analog Science Fiction answer this question in detail. I personally experienced hypoxia in a hyperbaric chamber at NASA’s Johnson Space Center; and 40 trials of freefall and 2 g’s, plus one each of lunar and Martian gravity via NASA’s "Vomit Comet." Includes more than 30 color photos.
This anthology, edited by Dave Creek, includes my story, "The Breath of Mars," and stories by Mary A. Turzillo, Arlan Andrews, Sr., Maya Kaathryn Bohrhoff, Martin L. Shoemaker, Brad R. Torgersen, Bud Sparhawk, Jay Werkheiser, and John F. Allen.
Touching the Face of the Cosmos
This anthology, edited by Paul Levinson, includes my story "The Right of Interference" that explores what happens to the "prime directive" if there is a Prime Director. A familiarity with Christianity may be required to appreciate the humor in this story.
Christian Science Fiction
The Eat My Martian Dust, an anthology for Christian kids, edited by Michael Carroll and Robert Elmer, was published in 2005 & is out of print, so I reprinted my 2 stories on Kindle. In "The Right Path," a teenage girl must set a good example for an arrogant young man performing a Kuk Sool martial arts demonstration on the Moon. In "Zeus's Eagle," a boy's tolerance and faith are tested by his new Martian friends.. Right Path-Zeus's Eagle for Kindle
Print book includes stories by Kathy Tyers, Jim Denney, Sigmund Brouwer, Randall Ingermanson, Shane Johnson, and John B. Olson.
Published by Scholastic in 2000, the book is out of print, & out of date, but might interest researchers. Read more about Homework Help on the Internet.
Stars and Galaxies
Stars and Galaxies was book 8 of Scholastic’s Space University series which is out of print. See Stars & Galaxies for more about the 12-book series.