2016 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide

Young Explorer s Adventure Guide None

  • Title: 2016 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide
  • Author: MaggieAllen Sean Weaver Corie Weaver Nancy Kress Pam L. Wallace Beth Cato Cori Cunningham Deborah Walker
  • ISBN: 9781940924113
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Kindle Edition
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    About “MaggieAllen Sean Weaver Corie Weaver Nancy Kress Pam L. Wallace Beth Cato Cori Cunningham Deborah Walker

    • MaggieAllen Sean Weaver Corie Weaver Nancy Kress Pam L. Wallace Beth Cato Cori Cunningham Deborah Walker

      Maggie Allen recently started writing short fiction, but from her day job at NASA she has years of experience writing and podcasting about various non fiction topics in astronomy and astrophysics Maggie has other short stories published in A Hero By Any Other Name, the Time Traveled Tales anthologies, Athena s Daughters, Soothe the Savage Beast, War of the Seasons The Heart, and Contact Light She co edited Athena s Daughters, Volume 2 These titles may be found at silenceinthelibrarypublishing Maggie is a guitarist and singer in the rock band, Naked Singularity, which released its first album of original music in 2013 They are currently working on their second album Her band s website may be found here naked singularity, and her writer website here writermaggie.

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    • Featured on All Our Worlds!I previously hadn’t given much thought to the emerging genre of middle-grade science fiction. This collection changed that.Young readers love adventure, and they need relatable heroes. Here, they get to see people their age making First Contacts, inventing machines, saving their families, teaming up with friends to overcome the limitations of authority. Their age doesn’t stop them- in fact, their youthful hope and determination is often what powers them. The heroes [...]


    • Originally reviewed at West Coast Book Reviews.The 2016 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide is the second collection of science fiction short stories aimed at middle grade readers. The first, of course, is the 2015 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide.I highly recommend this collection. I love the variety of "young voices" it contains as well. From kids making first contact to piloting starships the range of adventure is fantastic. I treated myself to one or two a day and am definitely going to read th [...]


    • Full disclosure: I have a story in this book. However, I had not read any of the other stories before publication, so I came to them as any reader would.This is another wonderful collection of science fiction stories for readers both young and old. I think it fills a niche that has not been addressed as much as it should in the past couple of decades: science fiction for young readers. There's been lots of fantasy (and I'm not complaining about that), but certainly a paucity of science fiction f [...]


    • This is a great addition to the 2015 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide, filled with tales of, well, exploration and adventure. All the young protagonists face their problems with strength of character and intelligence, whether they be facing aliens on a new planet or facing space pirates on their own ship. I particularly liked "The Worms Won't Feed Themselves, You Know" by Deborah Walker, which has such an original take on the future that I've spent five minutes trying to describe it and not doin [...]


    • Great collection of short stories for young readers. Description states that it is for middle-schoolers, but I found it to range from 4th to 6th/7th grade levels. 90% had female main characters, which I think was absolutely great. All created unique worlds really quickly. Some felt as if they were written too simply, but others were so beautifully captivating. There were many I wished weren't simply short stories; I needed more! I think any reader who likes action and sci-fi should enjoy this se [...]


    • Great book, enjoyable features. There are multiple authors picking up somewhere on the human timeline, whether in the 1800s or off into the future. The stories are short enough to keep attention, long enough to develop story-lines and characters, and fun enough to enjoy."2016 Young Explorer's Adventure Guide" exhibits some of the most promising YA fiction writers. There is enough diversity to keep a reader looking forward to the next story. I recommend the book.My thanks to the publisher for the [...]




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