4 Out-of-This-World Science Fiction Books for Kids
Watch out for aliens and other creatures as you explore these fun titles.
Help save the world and save yourself from boredom with these great science-fiction books. Watch out for aliens and other creatures as you explore these fun titles.
by Tammi Sauer
Imagine an alien has crash landed in the backyard and your child wants to keep him, much like a stray dog or cat. In the book "Your Alien," the alien and little boy form an instant friendship and spend all of their time together. As bedtime approaches, the little boy notices that something is wrong with his alien friend. Once the little boy knows what is wrong, he takes steps to attract the alien parents to his house. The little boy will miss his friend but he is so happy that his friend is back with his family. A sweet story about friendship. Recommended for ages 3 and up.
Nuts in Space
by Elys Dolan
The Forest Fleet space crew has found the Lost Nuts of Legend. The long-ago myth states that whoever has this treasure in their possession will be immortal, invincible, and it will never be past their bedtime. The treasure has been placed on board the ship and the crew is ready to go home. They have run into a few problems, the biggest one is their broken navigation system, so they can’t make it to their home planet. Follow this zany crew as they try to get home. Recommended for ages 5 to 8.
Project Alpha –Voyages Series
by D. J. MacHale
Earth is experiencing an energy crisis and government officials have started turning off all power sources at night to conserve remaining supplies of fuel. A mysterious group has been tasked with recruiting children between the ages of 10 and 13 to go on a mission into space to collect items that can help the Earth with its dwindling energy problems. The children must compete for spots on the team as only four children will make up the team members of Project Alpha. This is the first book in a six-part series. Recommended for ages 8 to 12.
by David Liss
Zeke Reynolds has been selected to represent Earth along with three other delegates. The delegates are all bright kids chosen for their specific skills and intelligence. Zeke is selected as a random, meaning he was selected purely by chance, which does not make the other Earth kids happy. There is a job to be done and the kids must prove Earth’s worthiness so that they can join the Confederation of United Planets. As Zeke learns more about this dangerous planet, he realizes that he must lead the randoms to save the others and the planet Earth. Recommended for ages 10 to 13.