And as an adult, you can get into it, too! The operational efficiencies offered by machinery in the future has forced many people to live a relaxed life outside of the needed workforce. And on a mission to reconnect with a basic component of the economy, they decide to become meteor miners. Easily one of the best sci-fi books for kids, The Giver has received the Newbery Medal in Not only will your child absolutely love this book, but there's no reason for you not to read this book, too.
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It's certainly an educational story, which is always a plus. Jonas, a year-old boy, lives in a perfect world, from what it seems at first. But not until he is given his life assignment as the Receiver does he start to really understand the dark secrets behind this fragile community. One day we will clone a woolly mammoth.
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Six: A Devastating Call. An Impossible Journey. And No Turning Back. I loved every second of this story and know your kids will as well. What is going on in this community? All the humans have either left suddenly or were rounded up and forced to leave. But not the dogs or other animals.
Max, a yellow Lab knows that he must find and save his family. His latest investigation is the unusual principal, an alien who is somehow brainwashing the whole school and the parents and turning them into chubby zombies. The title is a BIG hint.
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He pairs up with a girl named Julie, his friend Norris, and an unusual drama teacher to find a way to stop the alien principal from fattening up the students to eat them all. Ty lives in the ocean but his way of life is threatened by murderous outlaws who steal and kill. He befriends a Topside girl named Gemma who is looking for her brother undersea.
They learn that her brother is the leader of the outlaws, was a former medical experiment, and has Dark gifts just like Ty. Next in the series is Rip Tide. But not self-published YA books. This is one of those book series — self-published and excellent!
A dystopian world where some have unique powers psion powers that he can use to fight the ongoing battle for a better world. Loved it! Series are hard, especially when the first book starts out so strong. In this dystopian world, kids are either killed or must kill to survive. There are tons of plot twists which I loved. Aliens are taking over corpses and reanimating them. He convinces the Undertakers group to stop being defensive but to be more aggressive and determine how to kill the corpses.
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Like the government trying to kidnap him. A fast-paced, excellent adventure! Ian McDonald. The Days of Solomon Gursky. A couple in at the beginning of nano-engineering. The story starts small, develops into a sweeping galaxy-spanning saga, and returns almost but not quite back upon itself. One of the highlights of this collection with enough SF in there for anyone, but a corresponding amount of humanity to balance. Robert Reed.
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Martha Kivelsen is on Io, dragging a sled with the dead body of her colleague. This produces an unexpected effect with profound consequences. Ted Chiang. Story of Your Life. First Contact — describes at times in a little too much detail and dips into Diagram Supplied territory the struggle to communicate at even a basic level with extra-terrestrials. Once the fundamentally alien principle behind the alien communication is resolved, progress is better.
The nature of this communication, in which the whole has to be seen before the parts can be analysed is interwoven with an extremely well written mother-daughter story which benefits from a knowledge of the whole. Liz Williams. Originally in : Terra Incognite Summer Eco-disaster in Eastern Europe causes problems for a family, whose son is badly affected. He finds his home amongst similarly affected others.
Stephen Baxter. Saddlepoint: Roughneck. Originally in : Science Fiction Age, May Drilling on the Moon, against a backdrop of a compromised planet Earth. Deep beneath the mantle, an intelligence of a different nature is stirring.
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Avoids the Diagram Supplied, but does give an extended verbatim technical presentation. Rob Chilson. This Side of Independence. Earth has reached the end of its useful life, and it is being aggressively mined for its last resources. Some still choose to live on the planet. Chris Lawson. Unborn Again. Originally in : Dreaming Down Under.