From loading the spacecraft, lifting off from Earth, spending months floating around a spacecraft (working and playing), researching the surface of Mars and its moons, to the journey back home, eight young astronauts complete an exploratory mission to Mars....
|Number of Pages||:||40 Pages|
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Touchdown Mars! Reviews
I liked this book. I liked the pictures and the information. Now, the layout of the book on the other hand, is a little disjointed, but I enjoyed all the facts and details. Not sure how accurate all the info is now that we have the Mar Rover on Mars. I would guess the basic info is correct.1st--after 4 hours in the car I am over it....I can't imagine being in a space craft for 11 MONTHS...claustrophobia, annoying crew mates etc And then to keep you entertained...free time etc.Very interesting premise...maybe in my life time, we will have people on mars (ps I like that they brought their cat on the mission...his space suit is cute!)
An alphabet book focusing on a mission to Mars. Each page has a letter and then a word within the text is highlighted in red to demonstrate that letter. There's also little notes about the different parts of the journey.Okay illustrations.
The ABCs of going into space/mars as a (child) astronaut. Very creative way to learn about Mars. Also includes a "Mars A-B-Cyclopedia".
it was ok
Fun alphabet for young readers interested in space and science. Great inclusive and diverse illustrations.