Are you getting down to the wire with your 40 book challenge list and need to find some good science fiction to read? Is science fiction not your favorite genre? No problem! Check out these exciting titles!
The Neptune Project is my favorite Sci-Fi read this year! Lots of cool aquatic life and youth doing what they do best-saving the world while making friends.
NEW! Cleo Porter and the Body Electric by Jake Burt
What do you do when a global pandemic spreads? In this world everyone moves indoors never to be with anyone outside of their own family pod ever again. All friend visits and soccer games and more are done through holodeck projections. You even get your food and supplies through a tube in the wall! No one is ever allowed to leave their living quarters, ever. Until one day Cleo gets life or death medication delivered to her family pod by mistake. Does she dare leave her pod to save a person’s life? If she does what dangers or discoveries will she find? Join this brave heroine and discover her world’s secrets!
New! Lion of Mars by Jennifer Holm
Tired of life on Earth? Head up to Mars with other kids and families from different countries as they colonize this mysterious planet. Being cooped all day in your country’s pod while your parents are at work isn’t always what it is cracked up to be though. Sure there is the family cat and tasty treats like cake, but why aren’t kids allowed to reach out to other kids from the other countries? Why can’t they ever go outside? Is it really that dangerous? Are the other countries really as bad as they are told? Boredom and curiosity lead to shenanigans and adventures. Can they also bring world peace and understanding? Head up to planet Mars to find out!