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Mission 1 Oxygen Level Zero Mars Diaries

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Set at an experimental community on Mars in the year 2039 the Mars Diaries feature 14 year old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders Life on the red planet is not always easy but it is definitely exciting As Tyce explores his strange surroundings he finds. AMAZING Marmiton Fondu de chocolat ! Les recettes incontournables experimental community on Mars in the year 2039 the Mars Diaries feature 14 year old virtual reality specialist Tyce Sanders Life on the red planet is not always Chocolat : L'art de la Chocologie et de la Dégustation, 50 Recettes Irrésistibles easy but it is definitely Chocolat cru exciting As Tyce Tout sur le chocolat : Le guide de l'épicurien explores his strange surroundings he finds. AMAZING

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That the mysteries of the planet point to his greatest discovery a new relationship with God Mission 1 Oxygen Level ZeroThe science station is in trouble Oxygen is leaking out of the dome and the scientists and techies are stumped Fourteen year old Tyce Sa. This book has nine in it's series so if you are interested in the first one the rest follow it to the letter I love these books because they have a great story line that keeps you reading until your done all 10 of the books I have read them all twice because they are so much fun Also for the lack of awesome books to read in our house smile They are so not real for right now but that's what keeps them so interesting And who knows maybe in a few years we could all wake up on Mars lol

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Nders holds the key to the mystery But will he discover it in time to save those who live under the domeFEATURES Essay from author integrates the issue of science and faith in each book Exciting for even reluctant readers Teaches kids that God created scien. Loved reading these when I was a kid Probably geared towards boys but I didn't care I'd recommend it to any little boy or even girl like me looking for something fun and easy to read I think adults who don't mind kids' books would enjoy these too Petit Larousse du chocolat each book Exciting for Dictionnaire exquis du chocolat: La référence pour tous les amoureux du chocolat even reluctant readers Teaches kids that God created scien. Loved reading these when I was a kid Probably geared towards boys but I didn't care I'd recommend it to any little boy or Chocolats maison even girl like me looking for something fun and Marmiton Fondu de chocolat ! Les recettes incontournables easy to read I think adults who don't mind kids' books would Chocolat : L'art de la Chocologie et de la Dégustation, 50 Recettes Irrésistibles enjoy these too


10 thoughts on “Mission 1 Oxygen Level Zero Mars Diaries

  1. says:

    Science fiction is a genre that does not have many options for middle grade readers YA “science fiction” dystopia novels are plentiful but true middle grade good science fiction is scarce This book was written 20 years ago but has held up nicely The major science fiction is similar to what happens in Avatar The book also had a lot of discussions about God which I loved


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    AMAZING


  3. says:

    The next guided reading book for my class at school I hope the language and storyline are both rather simplistic from an adult point of view The characters are somewhat shallow in their development but the bleak wonder of Mars is very nicely unfolded as part of the story There is no uestion that this is a book directed at young children However at the heart of the book lie some very adult uestions and issues such as the comparative value of life and the tension between a belief in science and a belief in God While the format is unusual in its simplicity it may be worth adult readers taking the time to read this book as these issues are interesting and thought provoking enough that no input into them is a waste of time


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    I think the Mars Diaries Oxygen Level Zero is very interesting A boy named Tyce Sanders was born on Mars and lost the ability to use his legs in an experiment Now he’s fourteen and the science station called Mars Project is in danger of losing all its oxygen Who’s behind all this? Is the virtual reality program he’s been using real? I like this book because of the wonderful adventure that is carried on through all the books in this series It’s interesting that a boy in a wheelchair can save so many lives with a robot But don’t trust the former dome director he’s sneakyZac W


  5. says:

    This book has nine in it's series so if you are interested in the first one the rest follow it to the letter I love these books because they have a great story line that keeps you reading until your done all 10 of the books I have read them all twice because they are so much fun Also for the lack of awesome books to read in our house smile They are so not real for right now but that's what keeps them so interesting And who knows maybe in a few years we could all wake up on Mars lol


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    Spoiler AlertThis is a great little series set on Mars lots of adventure with a Christian theme that is not obtrusive The protagonist is a boy who happens to be wheel chair bound who writes diary entries He also gets to use some fabulous technology which helps him get out of his chair so to speak Great uick reads very interesting


  7. says:

    Loved reading these when I was a kid Probably geared towards boys but I didn't care I'd recommend it to any little boy or even girl like me looking for something fun and easy to read I think adults who don't mind kids' books would enjoy these too


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    Augie KruegerEnglish 7Ms Weilnau4th hour222018Mars Diaries 1 Oxygen level ZeroBy Sigmund Brouwer In the year 2039 Tyce Sanders documents his experiences in an experimental colony on Mars Tyce Sanders is the first human to ever be born on Mars and leads a truly interesting life He is left permanently wheelchair bound due to an experimental surgery he had when he was 1 earth year old That same surgery also gave him the ability to control a robot with his nervous system The science station dome where everyone lives on Mars is experiencing trouble Oxygen is leaking out and no one can figure out why They need to solve this problem uick however because the next supply shipment from earth will not reach the science station for a few days I really enjoyed this book The first time I had heard of this book was when my mom read it I asked her about it and if I could read it when she was done because it had Mars in the title She said sure and when she finished reading the book she gave it to me I was 7 at the time and was obsessed with Star Trek When I first started reading I stopped very uickly because it was slow Of course I was only 7 so it was slow because I couldn't read fast I thought it was so boring and I really couldn't wait for the story to get good When I look for a book to read for these assignments I usually try to find a book from my childhood or just one I had tried to read before and failed I give these books a second chance and when I saw this one on my bookshelf at home I figured it would be perfect Reading this book through again I found that I was very pleasantly surprised by how good it was One aspect I didn't catch as a kid was that the main character Tyce was a Protestant That aspect put this story into a whole new perspective for me and made it way relatable Knowing that the kid was protestant allowed me to relate so much because he is very close to my age and is going through the same things I am The book didn't shove that fact that he was a Protestant in your face However you could tell that the book had a strong Christian undertone and I enjoyed it for that reason Another enjoyable part of this book for me was the diary format The way it was written made me feel way connected than if it was written in third person or some format similar I am very glad that I decided to return to this book series I now plan to finish the series if I can get my hands on the books The big word idea that I think fits this book would have to be Overcoming adversity In this book Tyce had to overcome much adversity One of the main adversities in this book was the lack of oxygen plaguing the crew The crew and Tyce had to find a way to overcome this adversity Another problem the crew had to struggle through was the lack of supplies They had to solve the lack of oxygen problem while dealing with the lack of supplies Tyce is also paralyzed so he must push through all of the hardships he has because of that In the end though all the adversity is overcome The reader is left thinking of the possibilities of mars travel but also at the same time thinking of God Wondering whether or not we were meant to go to other planets because there is so much adversity to overcome here Are there aliens would God create other species of humanoids These were all uestions I was left with after reading this book I would definitely recommend this book I would recommend it to people who like science fiction adventure and coming of age Also I would recommend this story to people who enjoy religious books I was a little older than the age this book was meant to appeal for but I enjoyed revisiting it nonetheless


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    The Reading Rush 2019 Read In Same Spot ✓This book was one of my first forays into scifi as a young bean and it still holds up really wellTyce Sanders is a fourteen year old boy who is handicapped he has no use of his legs He lives on a Mars dome station in the year 2039 and gets around via his wheelchair He’s also a virtual reality genius; he’s on one of the highest levels of the programAs someone who is disabled I love seeing Tyce as a protagonist His outlook on things could be incredibly informative for kids who read the series that might not have ever encountered or wondered how people with handicaps live It can open up a good dialogue for becoming sympathetic and understanding of people who are different than you Let me say this to anyone on Earth who might read this If like me you have legs that don’t work Mars with its lower gravity pull is probably a better place to be than EarthI think this book may have been one of the beginning ones that made me love books that tackle deep moral subjects When there’s a dwindling supply of oxygen what’s the best course of action? It’s a moral dilemma and Tyce’s rational and logical mind is the side I also tend to lean towardsIt’s short It’s sweet It packed a punch for little me and I’ll always love it for introducing me to a whole new world of fictionThe Reading Rush Reviews 20191 Vidia and the Fairy Crown Laura Driscoll ★★★★2 Oxygen Level Zero Sigmund Brouwer ★★★★★3 What’s Left of Me Kat Zhang ★★★★4 The Kingdom Jess Rothenberg ★★★★5 Catching Fire Suzanne Collins ★★★★★6 The Paradise Snare AC Crispin ★★★★7 The Big Adventures of Majoko Vol 3 Tomomi Mizuna ★★★★


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    I picked up the entire series on a whim because I enjoy YA Science fiction It's simple and appealing and it can explore ideas The series reminds me a little of City of Ember in a simplistic way There are some interesting themes and it explores morals like the Trolley Dilemma in an approachable wayI find the Christian elements of the story to be blunt and heavy hand It's very much a tell rather than show There are some great YA fiction about Christianity and christian morality like The Narnia series This just isn't one of themThe eplogue in the story is very much a Christian sales pitch that is terrible It tries to sell the Fine tuned universe theory where the universe must come from a creator because of how each aspect of physics is in a particular state of balance to have ultimately produced fusion reactions matter and ultimately us but it completely ignores the conventional wisdom that if we didn't have this particular set of physics values we simply wouldn't exist to comment on how out of tune the universe is With a multiverse theory the universes in which the values weren't just right wouldn't have anyone to complain about the fact that it wasn't finely tuned Anyway struggle with the point of reading the rest of the books thankfully thus far the books inject their Christian sales pitch once in a blue moon which means I can ignore them for the rest of the story hopefullyWe'll seeChristians need to spend time showing rather than telling