The Rolling Stones
Robert A. Heinlein (Author)
DescriptionOne of Heinlein's Best-Loved Works. By "One of the most influential writers in American literature." --The New York Times Book Review. The rollicking adventures of the Stone Family on a tour of the Solar System. It all statred when the twins, Castor and Pollux Stone, decided that life on the Lunar colony was too dull and decided to buy their own spaceship and go into business for themselves. Their father thought that was a fine, idea, except that he and Grandma Hazel bought the spaceship and the whole Stone Family were on their way out into the far reaches of the Solar System, with stops on Mars(where the twins got a lesson in the interplanetary economics of bicycles and the adorable little critters called flatcats who, it turned out, bred like rabbits; or perhaps, Tribbles....), out to the asteroids, where Mrs. Stone, an M.D., was needed to treat a dangerous outbreak of disease, even further out, to Titan and beyond. Unforgettable Heinlein characters on an unforgettable adventure. Not only America's premier writer of speculative fiction, but the greatest writer of such fiction in the world. - Stephen King Comprehensive Teacher's Guide available.
April 27, 2010
4.52 X 0.89 X 6.86 inches | 0.36 pounds
Mass Market Paperbound
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About the Author
Robert A. Heinlein was greatest science fiction writer who ever lived. His novels haveen translated into every literate language on the globe-over 25 million Heinlein books are in print in this country alone. For five decades, young readers of science fiction discovered Heinlein, then goneon to voraciously devour every Heinlein book they can get their hands on. His now-legendary Stranger in a Strange Land was the first hardcover bestseller by a science fiction writer. From 1975 on, every new Heinlein novel made the New York Times best-sellers list and shipped a million copies, including The Number of the Beast, Friday, Job: A Comedy of Justice, The Cat Who Walks Through Walls, and To Sail Beyond the Sunset. In a career spanning half a century, he wrote over forty books, and four of his novels won Hugo Awards, an unequalled record for almost four decades. For the last three generations of readers, Heinlein is science fiction.