"Emphasiz es the interdisciplinary cooperation among scientists
and...illustrat es a great number of scientific topics."
"An imaginative sci-fi tale with the potential to teach real science. Highly recommended." "-- Kirkus Reviews"
"Can easily be integrated into a reading circle...or used as the focus for a diorama." -- "The California Science Teachers Association Journal"
"Emphasiz[es] the interdisciplinary cooperation among scientists and...illustrat[es] a great number of scientific topics." -- "SB& F"
"A real 'thinker's' book, not one full of fluff. A quick read and full of educational information." -- "The Old Schoolhouse: The Magazine for Homeschool Families"
"Fun and suspenseful. Highly recommended." --"Kirkus"
"This adventure will keep kids turning the pages . . . perfect for middle grades." --Sandy Meagher, "Teaching Pre K-8 Magazine"
"A thriller that you won't put down until you've reached the last page." --Kids' Picks, "Odyssey Magazine," award-winning magazine for children ages 10-6
"My class loved it. They were totally engaged. It's a hard book to put down." --Jeff Montag, 5th grade teacher, as quoted in the "San Diego Union-Tribune"
"Highly recommended for both boys and girls, 9 to 13 . . . wonderful and unique." --"Discovery Journey," "World Class" rating given to books considered "one of the best available."
"Brings to mind the classic young reader's novel "A Wrinkle in Time" . . . An adventure story for young and old alike, "The Prometheus Project: Trapped" has made its way onto classroom reading lists." --W. Thomas Payne, "Top Ten Best Selling Science Fiction Books of 2008"
"I highly recommend this book for all middle school libraries. If you have a middle schooler that is into science or sci-fi, buy this book. If you have a reluctant reader who has an interest in science or adventure stories, buy this book." --Kylee Pierce," Amateur de Livre Book Reviews"
""Trapped" is an entertaining novel . . . that reads in a flash. To get out of the alien city, the children must use their knowledge of basic science . . . Richards does all of this in a non-threatening manner that will not scare off kids looking for entertainment. While "Trapped" provides plenty of that, it also hides plenty of learning." -- Ricki Marking-Camuto, "Bookloons Reviews"