“Highly recommended for both its quality of writing and its superb handling of difficult subject matter.”Kirkus Reviews

“…a wonderful story of how trying something new and changing up habits is a good thing which can lead you to discovering talents you didn’t know you had!”How to Grow Your Geek #121 (School Soccer)

“…fun, interesting stories with well-written characters, and have a good amount of science info in them as well!”How to Grow Your Geek #99 (Mars Mission and Solar Powered)

“…a nice choice for adventure-seeking middle graders that like knowing how things work. It’s a quick read and part of a series that offers more adventures with the same likable friends.” – Children’s Book Review (Keystone Species)

“…you predominately write with boys in mind. Or is it more that you just write what you know and it lends itself well to a male audience?” – Children’s Book Review (Interview with Phil Rink)

“…Rink’s message to readers is clear: that questions, mistakes, and a willingness to keep trying in the face of failure are integral to problem-solving and innovation—and that kids can be innovators, too.
A lively narrative that ably combines rocket science, humor, and relatable characters.”Kirkus Reviews