Jimi & Isaac 3a: The Mars Mission: Phil Rink.

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Jimi and Isaac 3a: The Mars Mission (Jimi and Isaac Books)

Jimi and Isaac Books are strongly and unapologetically informative! Sometimes they read like an instruction manual, because the kids that read Jimi and Isaac Books read a lot of instruction manuals and non-fiction. They watch TV shows and YouTube videos about building stuff, and they don’t hesitate to tear something apart to see how it works.

Our hope is that a focused kid will pick up one of our books for the stated subject matter, and then trust Jimi and Isaac enough to follow them into another area of interest. In every book, a problem presents itself and the boys need to learn and work to solve the problem. They fail constantly, struggle to recover, and success is often a less limited failure. The books are short and fast moving so more readers can succeed, but they are not simple books. They’re full of information and intellectual challenges.

Jimi and Isaac think they’re great soccer players. They’ve played for years, with Isaac’s dad as their coach. But their new middle school coach has different ideas about…almost everything. Now they need to play tough, play smart, and score goals, not just play with style and good humor. Isaac is much bigger than he used to be, but that doesn’t mean he’s better. Jimi’s frustrated with a lot of the changes that middle school brings. But he starts where he’s at, and builds from there. Because that’s how he gets better. Lots of soccer details make this book perfect for the soccer-obsessed kid.    Buy it Now!

“It’s good to try new things, and this book supports that.  I highly recommend this book – go buy it!” – howtogrowyourgeek.com

A bigger field, leading off and stealing bases – real baseball!
Jimi and Isaac are moving up from Little League.
Jimi thinks baseball is a muscle memory game: you play how you practice. Isaac thinks baseball is just like everything else: the real game is between your head and the head of your opponent.
There’s only one way to find out who’s right: PLAY BALL! The perfect book for the baseball-obsessed kid! Buy it NOW!

“I highly recommend this book for boys who love baseball and would enjoy reading a can a corn baseball story.” -Amazon Review

Jimi and Isaac Books are strongly and unapologetically informative! Sometimes they read like an instruction manual, because the kids that read Jimi and Isaac Books read a lot of instruction manuals and non-fiction. They watch TV shows and YouTube videos about building stuff, and they don’t hesitate to tear something apart to see how it works.

Our hope is that a focused kid will pick up one of our books for the stated subject matter, and then trust Jimi and Isaac enough to follow them into another area of interest. In every book, a problem presents itself and the boys need to learn and work to solve the problem. They fail constantly, struggle to recover, and success is often a less limited failure. The books are short and fast moving so more readers can succeed, but they are not simple books. They’re full of information and intellectual challenges.

Jimi and Isaac think they’re great soccer players. They’ve played for years, with Isaac’s dad as their coach. But their new middle school coach has different ideas about…almost everything. Now they need to play tough, play smart, and score goals, not just play with style and good humor. Isaac is much bigger than he used to be, but that doesn’t mean he’s better. Jimi’s frustrated with a lot of the changes that middle school brings. But he starts where he’s at, and builds from there. Because that’s how he gets better. Lots of soccer details make this book perfect for the soccer-obsessed kid.    Buy it Now!

“It’s good to try new things, and this book supports that.  I highly recommend this book – go buy it!” – howtogrowyourgeek.com

A bigger field, leading off and stealing bases – real baseball!
Jimi and Isaac are moving up from Little League.
Jimi thinks baseball is a muscle memory game: you play how you practice. Isaac thinks baseball is just like everything else: the real game is between your head and the head of your opponent.
There’s only one way to find out who’s right: PLAY BALL! The perfect book for the baseball-obsessed kid! Buy it NOW!

“I highly recommend this book for boys who love baseball and would enjoy reading a can a corn baseball story.” -Amazon Review

Phil Rink is an author, a professional mechanical engineer, an inventor and entrepreneur, a licensed ship’s captain, and a private pilot. He also has run science fairs and coached kids for years in sports (mostly soccer) and for Science Olympiad teams.

The Children’s Book Review: In each of your Jimi and Isaac books, you like to explore issues. In Jimi and Isaac 2a: Keystone Species you explore a wonderful menagerie of topics: boating skills, marine ecology, friendship, survival . Can you tell us how your own experiences and years of boating helped shape this story?

Phil Rink: I’m a USCG licensed captain and I’ve been boating for a long, long time – lakes and rivers, protected waters and open ocean. I’ve made three trips on the northern Pacific coast.

You try to prepare for emergencies and react appropriately, but you are never completely prepared for emergencies. The ocean will always surprise you. It’s an awesome, beautiful, terrible place.

TCBR: Jimi and Isaac are completely unsuspecting of the epic and dangerous events that are begging to drag them into a riptide of trouble. How did you decide on the right balance of character driven moments versus plot driven moments?

PR: Jimi and Isaac are full of wonder and awe, are starting to become participants instead of spectators, and are not yet skeptical or cynical.

Philip Rink is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author .

Jimi and Isaac Books are strongly and unapologetically informative! Sometimes they read like an instruction manual, because the kids that read Jimi and Isaac Books read a lot of instruction manuals and non-fiction. They watch TV shows and YouTube videos about building stuff, and they don’t hesitate to tear something apart to see how it works.

Our hope is that a focused kid will pick up one of our books for the stated subject matter, and then trust Jimi and Isaac enough to follow them into another area of interest. In every book, a problem presents itself and the boys need to learn and work to solve the problem. They fail constantly, struggle to recover, and success is often a less limited failure. The books are short and fast moving so more readers can succeed, but they are not simple books. They’re full of information and intellectual challenges.

Jimi and Isaac think they’re great soccer players. They’ve played for years, with Isaac’s dad as their coach. But their new middle school coach has different ideas about…almost everything. Now they need to play tough, play smart, and score goals, not just play with style and good humor. Isaac is much bigger than he used to be, but that doesn’t mean he’s better. Jimi’s frustrated with a lot of the changes that middle school brings. But he starts where he’s at, and builds from there. Because that’s how he gets better. Lots of soccer details make this book perfect for the soccer-obsessed kid.    Buy it Now!

“It’s good to try new things, and this book supports that.  I highly recommend this book – go buy it!” – howtogrowyourgeek.com

A bigger field, leading off and stealing bases – real baseball!
Jimi and Isaac are moving up from Little League.
Jimi thinks baseball is a muscle memory game: you play how you practice. Isaac thinks baseball is just like everything else: the real game is between your head and the head of your opponent.
There’s only one way to find out who’s right: PLAY BALL! The perfect book for the baseball-obsessed kid! Buy it NOW!

“I highly recommend this book for boys who love baseball and would enjoy reading a can a corn baseball story.” -Amazon Review

Phil Rink is an author, a professional mechanical engineer, an inventor and entrepreneur, a licensed ship’s captain, and a private pilot. He also has run science fairs and coached kids for years in sports (mostly soccer) and for Science Olympiad teams.

The Children’s Book Review: In each of your Jimi and Isaac books, you like to explore issues. In Jimi and Isaac 2a: Keystone Species you explore a wonderful menagerie of topics: boating skills, marine ecology, friendship, survival . Can you tell us how your own experiences and years of boating helped shape this story?

Phil Rink: I’m a USCG licensed captain and I’ve been boating for a long, long time – lakes and rivers, protected waters and open ocean. I’ve made three trips on the northern Pacific coast.

You try to prepare for emergencies and react appropriately, but you are never completely prepared for emergencies. The ocean will always surprise you. It’s an awesome, beautiful, terrible place.

TCBR: Jimi and Isaac are completely unsuspecting of the epic and dangerous events that are begging to drag them into a riptide of trouble. How did you decide on the right balance of character driven moments versus plot driven moments?

PR: Jimi and Isaac are full of wonder and awe, are starting to become participants instead of spectators, and are not yet skeptical or cynical.



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