Max Goes to Mars: A Science Adventure with Max the Dog

Max Goes to Mars A Science Adventure with Max the Dog Max gets ready to go on the first human mission to Mars This time his mission is to help the human crew in the search for life on Mars while providing the comfort that only a dog can offer on a jour

  • Title: Max Goes to Mars: A Science Adventure with Max the Dog
  • Author: Jeffrey O. Bennett Alan Okamoto
  • ISBN: 9780972181914
  • Page: 308
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Max gets ready to go on the first human mission to Mars This time, his mission is to help the human crew in the search for life on Mars, while providing the comfort that only a dog can offer on a journey that lasts than two years With sidebars on science lessons, this picture book also has a take home message about the beauty and fragility of planet Earth.

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    One thought on “Max Goes to Mars: A Science Adventure with Max the Dog”

    1. I would recommend this for grades 2nd or 3rd graders. The book talks about a dog named Max who has an owner named Tori. Max is contacted to make a special mission to the planet, Mars. Tori, is excited but sad at the same time. She is going to miss Max. She takes Max to the museum and finds out lots of information about Mars. Max leaves for a couple of months to find out if their is signs if life on Mars. A interesting discovery is made. The book contains facts about the different things on Mars. [...]

    2. Me gusta mucho el formato del libro, que lo hace un buen libro para jóvenes de edades diferentes. Para lxs más jóvenes, se puede leer solo la historia, y lxs más grandes pueden leer toda la información adicional en los márgenes de las páginas.

    3. Actually my 9-year-old son is excited to read this book on his own, but I just couldn't bring myself to sit down and wade through it. TOO many words, too much information. The sidebars were distracting and LONG (no Mom will want to read these to the little ones at night) and the rest of the text lacked the flow necessary to a well-crafted picture book. Much of the text was repeated in the illustrations. Had there been one more good hard edit after the illustrations were complete, I think this bo [...]

    4. Pretty wordy for younger grades. But we did have Jeffrey Bennett come visit our school for an author visit and it was awesome!

    5. Recommended on Skeptically Speaking show #90 on December 17, 2010. skepticallyspeaking/episode

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