Trevor and his sister Farrah are in the fifth and fourth grades.
How did they get a time machine? And why do aliens from an advanced civilization think they are
the key to saving the galaxy? This book is fun for anyone who enjoys high level discussions of some of the greatest ideas ever discovered, as well as speculating about where the boundary between science fact and science fiction truly lies.
Special offer for teachers: If your class reads "Trevor the Time Traveler and the Murkian Threat," the author, who is a professor of math and physics at Duke University, will do his best to schedule a video phone call via Skype (or just a regular speaker phone call if you prefer) with you and your
class so that students may ask questions about Trevor's and Farrah's adventures, the science
behind their story, and the universe.