WATER PLANET RESCUE by Wendy Mass
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WATER PLANET RESCUE

From the "Space Taxi" series, volume 2
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Age Range: 6 - 9
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Newly recruited Intergalactic Security Force deputy Archie Morningstar prepares for his first mission as co-pilot and navigator aboard his father’s space taxi.

When Pockets, a fellow agent who just happens to be a talking cat, gets the call to investigate a mysterious weather situation on the planet Nautilus, the three fire up the taxi and blast off. However, since Nautilus is a water planet, they will need to make a pit stop at Akbar’s Floating Rest Stop to modify their taxi, pick up some new gadgets and scarf down some bagels. Archie quickly learns that extraterrestrials come in all forms. On Nautilus, those who live under the sea or above water all look decidedly fishy. Unfortunately, something is happening to all the water, putting both civilizations in danger. Archie and his fellow deputies quickly discover that the evil organization B.U.R.P. is to blame—and it is up to them to thwart their plans. With wacky adventure, imaginative settings and wildly varied ETs, this series has endless potential. Archie’s sense of wonder and dedication to his newfound responsibility are inspirational. Line drawings and a trio of science facts further enhance this enjoyable interstellar romp.

Its likable hero is just one reason to love this intergalactic space adventure. (Adventure. 6-9)

Pub Date: Sept. 9th, 2014
ISBN: 978-0-316-24323-0
Page count: 128pp
Publisher: Little, Brown
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Aug. 15th, 2014




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