ROVER AND SPECK, book 1: THIS PLANET ROCKS!
October 4, 2022
In this full color graphic novel, two lost planetary explorers find each other. Follow their adventures and learn lots of Fun Science Facts! First in the upcoming series.
Named on the ALA’s 2023 Core Excellence in Children’s Science Fiction Notable List!
“Rover and Speck is a delight! A great addition to any classroom library!” – Aron Nels Steinke, Mr. Wolf’s Class
“This whimsical early reader comic will delight a young audience and give them a few science tidbits on the way. Libraries needing early reader comics will surely want to add this to their collection.” School Library Journal
“Space-loving readers will feel right at home with the adorable, digitally rendered rovers, and the graphic-novel format with its planet’s sunset rose-and-rust palette is pleasing to the eye.” Booklist
“An appealing tale that suggests that music is the path to interplanetary harmony.” Kirkus
ROVER AND SPECK, book 2: SPLASH DOWN!
October 3, 2023
In book two of the series, Rover and Speck land on a planet with…no land! Follow their adventures on this watery world and learn lots of Fun Science Facts!
“The series is full of giggles, but it’s also whip-smart in its language about exoplanets and gyroscopic stabilizers, and it brilliantly incorporates fun science facts about everything from how water density affects the speed of sound vibrations to the deep sea defenses of a sea cucumber. Its entertaining back matter includes Mad Libs, spot the difference, and creature features. As a quick and entertaining science read for early graphic novel lovers, it is speck-tacular.” Booklist
ALMOST UNDERWEAR: How a Piece of Cloth Traveled from Kitty Hawk to the Moon and Mars
August 20, 2024
The fascinating true story about key milestones in the history of flight (the Wright Flyer, Apollo 11 and Ingenuity on Mars) seen from the point of view of a plain piece of cloth that was present for all three. Fully illustrated picture book.
ROVER AND SPECK, book 3: IT'S A GAS!
In book three of the series, Rover and Speck go where no rover has gone before: to the inner cloud layers of a gas giant!