Red Rover: Curiosity on Mars

Red Rover: Curiosity on Mars Review

On a planet far, far away, one pioneer explores a vast frontier. Many others have come before it seeking an answer to Mars’s many secrets, and the little rover is no different. It plays games.

It looks for water.

And it waits…

…for the next one to come to Mars to explore.

Join Curiosity on its journey across the red planet in this innovative and dynamic nonfiction picture book by journalist Richard Ho, illustrated by Sibert Honor winner Katherine Roy.

Title:Red Rover: Curiosity on Mars
Edition Language:English

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    Red Rover: Curiosity on Mars Reviews

  • J.L. Slipak

    MY THOUGHTS:I received this book in exchange for my honest review.I found this book very interesting and coming out at a good time, considering all the discussions going on right now about humans trav...

  • Barbara

    This one is a 3.5 for me. I've always been fascinated by machines like Opportunity that explore various parts of space, and I was excited to see this picture book about those rovers. While it might be...

  • Erin Buhr

    Oh I love a good space story. This one sets you down on the red planet. The illustrations feel immersive and bring Mars and all of it's texture and grit and redness to life. This is a story about expl...

  • Marcie Flinchum

    Follow Curiosity, the Mars Rover, on Mars. This book takes you around Mars, shows the different jobs of Curiosity, the terrain of Mars, and even the history of Mars exploration through the point of vi...

  • Diane

    “The little rover likes to roam. It leaves long, straight tracks as it goes.”A book about Curiosity, the fourth NASA rover to land on Mars.Includes a diagram of “the anatomy of Curiosity, additi...

  • Teresa

    A playful look at the Curiosity Rover through an imaginative POV, RED ROVER is told through words as artful as the gorgeous illustrations. This book is the perfect marriage of creative lyricism and sc...

  • Lisa Day

    Really liked this book. Curiosity, the red rover on Mars, felt almost human in the way the book was written and illustrated. I liked how the story was told, Mars and the mission described and the swit...

  • Stephanie Lucianovic

    It is no easy task to write simply about a complex subject but Richard Ho certainly makes it look that way in Red Rover. This book has stunning illustrations and is packed with information delivered i...

  • Raven Black

    More artistic then "serious" scientific but has basic facts. Seems awkward for casual reader, might be for kids who like vehicles, but not a lot of variety. Probably best for a 1st or 2nd grade classr...

  • Edward Sullivan

    Outstanding illustrations in this story about the rover Curiosity exploring Mars....