Miranda Regent can’t believe she was just chosen as one of six kids from around the world to train for the first ever mission to Mars. But as soon as the official announcement is made, she begins receiving anonymous threatening messages…and when the training base is attacked, it looks like Miranda is the intended target. Now the entire mission—and everyone’s lives—are at risk. And Miranda may be the only one who can save them.
The Countdown Conspiracy by Katie Slivensky was a great book to read. I didn't want to put the book down. The indepth characters have lots of detail. Ruby, the robot has 5 legs on each side; that is 10 legs in total. And all the legs rotate to work like arms. I also like that the characters are geniuses. I like the big chapters, which make me want to read more, in order to get to the end of the chapter. and then there is some action that makes me want to continue reading farther. I liked this book so much that I have read it twice!
- Charles, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
The Countdown Conspiracy will be available August 1.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Eye of The North is a unique book with great characters and never ending action. It follows Emmeline and Thing who both are destined to stop a villainous mastermind called Dr. Siegfried Bauer. Dr. Bauer is wishing to summon a mysterious and mythical creature which can give whoever controls it, power over the whole world. Sadly for Thing and Emmeline, Dr. Siegfried Bauer isn’t the only one trying to capture the creature.
I loved this book because of it’s action, fun and energetic plot and overall I just liked it. The only thing that I didn’t really like about the book is that the pace of the whole story was a bit slow.
- Daniel, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
The Eye of the North will available August 22.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
When Lucy hears about a coding club in her school she can’t wait to get started. But soon Lucy starts getting cryptic coding messages. She understands the first few ones, but she doesn’t understand the last few at all. Her and her friends figure out what the last few mean and try to figure out who sent them. Lucy and her friends make an app, with a little help of Lucy’s brother, Alex, that will help them find out who sent the messages. Will they find out who sent the messages? Will Lucy ever learn how to code? Find out by reading Girls who Code: The Friendship Code!
In this book I liked how eager Lucy was to learn coding and how Lucy and her friends never gave up on trying to find out who sent the messages. I also liked this book because it was about coding. If you like coding this is a good book for you.
- Jiyoo, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
The Friendship Code will be avilable August 22.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Meet Ruby Starr. Her best friends, Siri, Jessica, and Daisy are in their own book club called The Unicorns. But one day a new girl shows up in school. Her name is Charlotte and she wants to change the school drastically. But when Charlotte changes the book club into a drama club and convinces Ruby's friends to ditch her, what will happen to Ruby and her ex-friends? Will they be friends ever again, or will she not have her friends again for good? Find out in Ruby Starr.
- Eden, a Two Thumbs Up reviewer
Ruby Starr will be available August 1.Categories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
Eleven year old Thomas Fallgrout goes to Pennybaker School when he discovers he can do magic. In the school there is a statue of the head of the late great Helen Heirmauser. The statue is very important to the school but Thomas doesn’t know that so he calls it creepy and bad things. So when the statue goes missing everybody thinks its him who stole it. Did Thomas steal the statue? And if he didn’t who did? Find in Pennybaker School is Headed for Disaster!
In this book I liked how Thomas never gave up on trying to find out who stole the statue even when everybody thought it was him. Even his own parents! It was really hard to predict who stole the statue. I was very surprised at the end. I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.
- Jiyoo, a Two Thumbs Up reviewerCategories: Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Two Thumbs Up Kids
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