Daughter of the Deep is exciting, blending steampunk details with as much action as a James Bond film, and Ana is a charismatic and enticing protagonist.
Browsing: Science Fiction
Join us on this virtual book tour for Eudora Space Kid: The Lobster Tale, written by David Horn, an early reader sci-fi chapter book.
Following in the footsteps of the hilarious first Eudora Space Kid book, The Lobster Tale is just as funny and exciting as its predecessor.
The Gravity Thief is sure to fascinate readers with many varied interests. The well-rounded characters and the fast-paced story are a fitting third installment to the series.
Frankenbots: Sunken City of Scraps uses a fun rhyme scheme and engaging characters to remind readers about the importance of togetherness and cooperation.
In Boon On The Moon, the first book from The Booniverse, John extends his love of sci-fi/fantasy into storytelling for the page instead of the screen. We chatted with him about the story, his writing process, and the entertaining characters. Read on!
Boon on the Moon is a well-plotted sci-fi novel that feels authentically futuristic and will surely appeal to space-obsessed kiddos and those that love an exhilarating adventure.
Jonathan Roth, author-illustrator of Beep and Bob, explains why we take our characters to the limits of their endurance: so they can find a way to face their fears and grow.
This exciting take on the classic Jane Eyre story will delight readers who cut their teeth on Victorian dramas.
Mona Lisa’s Ghost will surely spark readers’ imaginations and their thirst for the science fiction and mystery genres.