This was a fun, imaginative book! My kindergartener loved reading it and imagining what it would be like to live on Mars. It was jus the right amount of challenge for him too.
My 6- year old daughter really liked reading this book. It was one of the first books she read all by herself. The images are fun and it’s a fun story to imagine living on Mars!
My littlest kids are fascinated with this book. They ask, quite seriously, “Can I live on Mars?” This is such a cute story that has a little bit of adventure and imagination, mixed with a little bit of facts (like the dust storms on Mars). My kids have been pretending to live on Mars since we read it!
This book is great! It’s our first book we have purchased from the TGTB library other than the Beginner Books. The story is really fun and full of real facts about Mars. I love the quality of the actual pages. The grammar and word choice is appropriate for this reading level. My son read it in one sitting! Very impressed!
My son has been a reluctant reader, not from lack of ability, but just from laziness. But this book is very cute and captivating for any kids who love space. I think the difficulty level is spot on. My son keeps it on his bed and reads it when he can’t fall asleep. So happy he found a book to love
Mark and his family have left Earth and moved to Mars! Everything is new and exciting. Join Mark as he explores his home and learns all about the Red Planet.
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