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Mike Stellar: Nerves of Steel

Mike Stellar: Nerves of Steel

Mike Stellar Nerves of Steel

“Michael, there’s something your father and I would like to talk to you about.”

Anything that follows a line like that can never be good. But the next time you get hit with bad news, remember Mike Stellar. NOTHING can compare to what came next for him.

“We’re moving to Mars. Tomorrow.” I heard a thump and looked around. Surprisingly, it had come from me. I had fallen off the sofa.

Moving to Mars was NOT in Mike’s plan and he is not pleased with his Mom and Dad.

“Excuse me if Im not skipping down the hall at the thought of moving to a different planet, Mom.”

Mike can take one box of stuff and the lid has to fit on tight when he’s done. So Mike packs his one box and his bad attitude and boards the shuttle. Well, he also packs a seriously contraband outside communication device so he can keep in contact with his best friend on earth. (Don’t tell.)

On the spaceship Mike does some early morning exploring, like any self respecting kid would do. He stumbles into an area that his parents, and security, act very strangely about. In fact, Mike’s parents act downright guilty. What are they hiding about this space trip? What’s a rebellious, suspicious, smart kid to do? Get to the bottom of it that’s what, and he just might have to break a few more rules while he’s at it. Detention again! Author: K.A. Holt

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The Tomorrow Code

The Tomorrow Code

The Tomorrow Code

Start this book when you have a nice block of time because you won’t want to put it down. The action starts very close to the beginning and is non-stop to the very end. This is an action movie blockbuster on paper.

Tane and Rebecca receive a mysterious coded message. What first appear to be random numbers turn out to be the winning numbers in the lottery! Who sent them the prize-winning numbers? Why didn’t the person just play the numbers themselves?

More messages come. Tane and Rebecca realize that the message are coming from themselves…from the future! The lotto numbers are one thing, but when one of the messages includes an SOS the kids realize that the future of the world just might lay in their own hands. Can they decipher the messages and save the world, and themselves, before it is too late?

Computers, high speed chases, science gone wrong, night vision goggles, scuba gear, a submarine, biohazard suits, a super virus, military special forces…it’s all in here. I’m usually not a big fan of time travel stories, but I liked this one a lot. It it a wild ride and it has several “makes the hair on your arms stand up” moments too. Author: Brian Falkner

If you liked The Tomorrow Code try these time-bending adventures:
When You Reach Me Found Sent
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Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom

Dr. Spartacus Wilde is super handsome, super athletic, super strong, super smart and has super gadgets. What a fun guy to have for a dad! He’s like Indiana Jones and the Dad from the Spy Kids movies all rolled into one. 12 year-old Brian and 10 year-old Wren are Dr. Wilde’s lucky kids. To be a Wilde is to love adventure and danger. The kids’ house is even set up for adventure with slides and zip lines, advanced computer equipment and more.

When their Grandpa (another adventure loving Wilde) disappears in South America, the family is quickly on the case. There is nothing this family can’t do, including confronting the alien frogs of doom! Author: Tim Byrd Series: Doc Wilde This is the first – more are on the way!

If you like the over-the-top action of Doc Wilde, you might also like Jack Stalwart. Jack is a kid spy that travels all over the world having adventures. 
Escape of the Deadly Dinosaur Peril and the Grand Prix Pursuit of the Ivory Poachers The Theft of the Samurai Sword
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Tunnels

Tunnels

Tunnels

Will Burrows and his Dad like to dig. They head out to the outskirts of town and excavate sites in search of pieces of history.  One day, they discover a mysterious abandoned tunnel and are sure they are about to uncover something amazing. Then, something truly mysterious happens, Will’s father disappears without a trace.

Will and his best friend Chester return to the tunnel in search of clues and find themselves in not only a simple tunnel, but in a labyrinth of tunnels that make a hidden world deep beneath modern day London. This hidden world is dark and different and full of people who distrust, even hate “Topsoilers” like Will, Chester, and Will’s father.

Who are the people living underground? Why are they there and why do they choose to live a life in darkness avoiding the people and society above? And why won’t they let Will go?

If you like reading about Will and Chester you can follow there adventures underground in four more books in the Tunnels series. Those Rebeccahs just get creepier and creepier.
Tunnels Deeper Freefall Closer
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Julian Rodriguez: Episode One Trash Crisis on Earth

Julian Rodriguez: Episode One Trash Crisis on Earth

Trash Crisis on Earth

Julian Rodriguez has had it with his mission on earth. “Outrageous! That is the only word that can possibly describe the treatment I have received on this pathetic little planet!…For eight long years I have been disguised as an Earth juvenile. I have never complained, despite the mistreatment, deprivation, insults, and disrespect I have endured at the hands of these primitive life-forms. But this is the last straw!” Yes, he just can’t stand another day of standardized tests, carrot stick snacks and no cartoons. This time, his maternal unit (mother) has gone too far. She has actually insisted that he “dispose of a large canister filled with humanoid refuse.”  Yes, now she’s really done it, his spaceman temper is really hot – she’s demanded that he take out the trash! If you’ve ever felt mistreated, overworked, and direspected, Julian knows what you mean. And in the end, he’ll make you laugh so much you forget about it! Author: Alexander Stadler

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