The Problem With Spaceships: Zero G
Chapter book, ages 6-10, 88 pages, 11,474 words.
Jordan Riley wants to be a spaceship captain someday. Traveling to Earth on
a spaceship to visit his grandparents for the first time is his big chance
to learn all about it. But soon Jordan, his brother Miles, and their friend
Taina find themselves in zero gravity (zero G) and in BIG TROUBLE. Only by
using their wits will they be able to save each other and the whole ship!
"In a world abounding in fantasy novels, it is refreshing to find a science
fiction book for young readers. I can't wait to read what other adventures
Jordan, Taina, and Miles will face next!" Brett Sharp
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I am a very big reader, only being 16, and have read all of Rachel's books. Everyone has touched me deeply and I can't help but go back and read them a second time. Every time I read them, they make me cry, smile, and cry some more. They are the best.
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I wrote this one for my young children! I have more planned.
"I've never been in space before," said a voice behind me on the passenger deck
of our spaceship.
I sat cross-legged on the thick carpet, (more...)
Where to Buy
eBook $14.95 suggested retail price. Buy for Kindle
for more stores.
Nunes Entertainment, eBook, Gneral Fiction, 64 pages.
First printing in May 2011