The fate of a great civilisation rests on the shoulders of one little alien. As he plays in the ruins of his ancestors’ mightiest city, he has no idea of the mission he must soon undertake. Together with Squidge, his best and only friend, the Little Alien will embark on an epic adventure that will take him to the very edge of the galaxy and will decide the future of his species.
Minjy the Robot in Glitter City is a fiction e-book for middle grade readers ages 8 to 12. This newest title is the fourth story in the Minjy the Robot series. It is the latest release and follows the original e-book, Minjy the Robot, and the sequels, Minjy the Robot Returns, and Minjy the Robot – A Pirate’s Life.
Minjy the Robot Returns is an e-book for middle grade readers ages 8 to 12. It is the sequel to the first book, Minjy the Robot. This fictional story is the second in a series of four. Readers who enjoy this e-book can continue to follow Minjy's adventures in the third e-book, Minjy the Robot - A Pirate's Life; and in the fourth e-book, Minjy the Robot in Glitter City.
Jake's uncle pushes him to study Taekwondo, and he excels at it. When the bullies at school push him too far, Jake puts them in the hospital. But he learns that solving problems with violence only creates new problems. There has to be a different solution: how can he protect himself without striking back?
Sixth grader Huddle Hutton mysteriously grows 2 feet in 5 months. He out grows shoes and friends until the championship game (basketball), when the heroics happen off the court. "A delightful quick read."
In a tiny fishing village in India. Maya finds a bottle with a diamond ring, a newspaper cutting, and a blank paper. Along with her brother and their two friends, the children piece together the clues. It is a distress signal from someone aboard a ship. Instead of going to a grownup or the police, the children decide to go to the rescue of the prisoner and enter dangerous territory.
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From the book:.
"Oh no!" exclaimed the man, throwing up his hands in horror. "Child, don't make that mistake. Science is science. Don't put it into compartments. And even if you have to put it into compartments, don't choose between the compartments,"