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Mike Mars in Orbit (Mike Mars #4)

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Published 1966 by Paperback Library (first published 1961)
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Bob Rust
May 22, 2016 Bob Rust rated it it was amazing
The character of Mike Mars
Mike was created for boys to encourage boys to grow up to enter the Air Force and become astronauts. Therefore he has many excellent qualities.
He only drinks milk, never having acquired the coffee habit.
He's always embarrassed when praised.

He tried his best as a matter of principle. He was always surprised when somehow his best turned out all too often the very best. Long ago, when he was just a little kid, his father had told him, "If you're going to do a
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