Drowsy. Did the hero of this 1917 novel by the founder of the legendary Life humor magazine make a trip to the moon or not? Includes the extraordinary illustrations by Angus MacDonall.
The First Men in the Moon. H.G. Wells' classic novel about a daring flight to the moon, the discovery of an alien civilization...and the mystery---and perhaps tragedy---that resulted. Also available in paperback from Apogee Books.
The Brick Moon.While written with tongue in cheek, this short novel from 1869 contains the first-ever description of an artificial earth satellite. It also describes the potential benefits of such a satellite for navigation, communication, weather observation, etc. Includes "On Vesta" by K.E. Tsiolkovsky.
Mass market paperback.
The World Peril of 1910. George Griffith's epic novel of a future war spurred by the impending destruction of the earth by a giant comet!
A Honeymoon in Space. George Griffith's charming, classic 1900 adventure through the solar system. Includes the original Stanley L. Wood illustrations.