35th out of 37 books — 7 voters
Men of Other Planets
The Men of Other Planets is a really cute 1950's speculative science attempt to imagine the other life forms that might exist in our Solar System. I have often wondered if Carl Sagan read this in his younger years; it opens with a journey in a ship of fancy, Sagan opened his Cosmos series with a ship of the imagination.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published 1951 by Pellegrini & Cudahy
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