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Win the Deluxe Hardcover Four Book Sci-fi Series Space Cat 

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The Children’s Book Review | October 20, 2018

Enter for a chance to win the complete adventures of Flyball & his pal Captain Stone in the deluxe hardcover four book Sci-fi series Space Cat from Dover Publications!

Everyone can be a winner and get a jump-start on holiday reading with special code WHDM, because Dover Publications is offering 25% off until December 31, 2018. Plus, you can enter to win this awesome great adventure sci-fi series …

One (1) grand prize winner receives:

  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat, 80 pages
  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat Visits Venus, 96 pages
  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat Meets Mars, 80 pages
  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat and the Kittens, 96 pages
  • Make Your Own Press-Out Spaceships, 22 pages
  • My First Book About Outer Space, 48 pages

Value: $85.78

Two (2) winners receive:

  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat, 80 pages
  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat Visits Venus, 96 pages
  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat Meets Mars, 80 pages
  • A hardcover copy of Space Cat and the Kittens, 96 pages

Value: $67.80

Age Range: 6-10

Giveaway begins October 20, 2017, at 12:01 A.M. PST and ends November 20, 2017, at 11:59 P.M. PST.

About The Space Cat Sci-Fi Series

Explore space with Flyball, a little gray kitten with a taste for adventure. Join Space Cat on escapades across the solar system to Mars, Venus, and the strange planet Alpha Centauri in this beloved four book sci-fi series. For US and Canadian residents only

Space Cat

A little gray kitten with a taste for adventure stows away on an airplane, and the daring stunt turns out to be his first step toward becoming … Space Cat! The plane’s pilot, Captain Fred Stone, names his fuzzy new friend Flyball and welcomes him to an experimental station set up in the middle of the desert. Flyball enjoys supervising the station’s workers and takes particular interest in the big rocket ship that he’s not allowed to explore. Regardless of the rules, the kitty is determined to hitch another ride, and before you know it, Flyball’s wearing a custom-made pressurized suit and headed for the Moon.

Young readers will delight in taking a look at space exploration from Flyball’s point of view and following his escapades across the solar system.

“An amusing combination of comical cat story and science fiction for the youngest fans, made even more amusing by the artist’s interpretation of a cat in a space suit.” — Horn Book

Space Cat Visits VenusSpace Cat Visits Venus

Flyball the Space Cat is back, and this time he’s living in Luna Port, the first city on the Moon. Workers at the lunar station are building a rocket to transport him and his pilot buddy, Colonel Fred Stone, to Venus. The two friends take a long voyage to the planet, where they encounter violet skies, torrential ammonia rains, and strange plants that can communicate without speaking.

“This easy science fiction book continues the same kind of humor and adventure of the author’s first book, Space Cat. Illustrations in black and white are well suited to the text. Recommended.” — Library Journal

Space Cat Meets MarsSpace Cat Meets Mars

The dauntless Space Cat — aka Flyball — and his pal, Colonel Fred, blast off for their most fantastic destination yet! While they’re on their way home from Venus, the astronauts are forced to make an emergency landing on Mars. Although Flyball’s a bit bored by the Red Planet at first, his curiosity is piqued by its sole surviving fishing cat, a friendly female named Moofa. Will she turn out to be the cat’s meow?

This new edition of a charmingly illustrated story is the third of a four-book series starring the intrepid feline known as Space Cat.

Space Cat and the KittensSpace Cat and the Kittens

Flyball, the famous Space Cat, is a father now! He and Moofa, the last of the Martian fishing cats, are the proud parents of a pair of mischievous, fun-loving kittens, Marty and Tailspin. The whole family joins Colonel Fred Stone and a new friend, Bill, on a mission to Alpha Centauri to seek out places where humans can live. Along the way, the crew makes an amazing discovery — a planet abounding in iguanodons, pterodactyls, tyrannosauri, and a host of other prehistoric creatures.

“Paul Galdone’s pictures … have humor and imagination to match the text,” noted the Saturday Review of this charmingly illustrated storybook, the last of a four-book series starring the intrepid feline known as Space Cat.

About the Author

Scottish poet, novelist, and artist Ruthven Todd (1914–78) is best known as an editor of William Blake’s works and an author of children’s stories, including four Space Cat adventures. He also wrote detective fiction under the pseudonym R. T. Campbell.

About the Illustrator

Illustrator and writer Paul Galdone (1907–86) specialized in children’s books. His illustrations for Eve Titus’s books include the Basil of Baker Street series. Galdone and Titus were nominated for Caldecott Medals for Anatole (1957) and Anatole and the Cat (1958), titles that were named Caldecott Honor books in 1971. Galdone was posthumously awarded the 1996 Kerlan Award for his contributions to children’s literature.

About the Bonus Books

Make-Your-Own-Press-Out-Spaceship-smlMake Your Own Press-Out Spaceships

Kids can discover interplanetary marvels with these four imaginative spaceships, rendered in a colorful Pop Art style. Simple diagrams illustrate the vehicles’ easy assembly, and the fold-out pages are filled with punch-out nose cones, rocket boosters, and other parts. Playful illustrations accompany fun facts about our solar system, its exploration, and phenomena from comets to dark matter.

About the Author

British artist David Hawcock is internationally renowned for his innovative designs. He specializes in pop-up books and other novelty products involving three-dimensional paper engineering. His many successful titles include Journal of Inventions: Leonardo da Vinci and The Amazing Pull-Out Pop-Up Body in a Book.

My First Book About Outer SpaceMy First Book About Outer Space

Where do we live among the galaxies, what did people think before they could study the sky with telescopes, and what happened to Pluto? Thirty-nine illustrations to color answer these and other questions about our Solar System and beyond. Entertaining, easy-to-understand captions explain crater formation, constellations, weightlessness, space junk, and other fascinating subjects. Suitable for ages 8 to12. Winner of a 2015 Moonbeam Children’s Book Silver Medal.

About the Authors

An accomplished science and nature illustrator, Patricia J. Wynne is the recipient of the 2008 Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor and has won awards from Parenting Magazine, the John Burroughs Association, and the National Science Teachers Association. Patricia’s artwork has appeared in galleries, magazines, newspapers, and more than 100 books for both children and adults. She is the author of numerous successful Dover titles on science and design.

Trained as a research scientist, Donald M. Silver has written more than 80 books for students of all ages and for teachers. His One Small Square series takes a close-up look at plants and animals where they live. He has won numerous awards including the Children’s Science Writing Award in Physics and Astronomy from the American Institute of Physicists. He lives in New York City where he has worked with Patricia J. Wynne since 1981.

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  • Enter between 12:00 AM Mounatin Time on October 20, 2018 and 11:59 PM on November 20, 2018.
  • Open to residents of Canada and the fifty United States and the District of Columbia who are 13 and older.
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