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But for something like that to work, all of the pressure is on the illustrator, who has to carry that sense of desire and longing and excitement into the illustrations. Here, to my mind, the illustrations are serviceable but unexceptionable. There is nothing, for me, that is striking, or captivating, or exciting, or engaging about the pictures. So what you are left with is the simple bare story of the boy on the rock looking at the sky. That may just not be enough.
What it all boils down to is the idea of travel to and from the planet Mars. Whether just a child’s dream or the not too distant future for mankind this book introduces the idea in a fun, non threatening or scary way.
It’s a story your child will enjoy and is different than most of the stories you find. Why not open their mind and see how far out it can go?