Amelia’s Amazing Space Adventures is an exciting series of ten books for children, ages 5-9, set in outer space. In the first book – Amelia, the Moochins and the Sapphire Palace – Amelia receives a present.  A present that’s not a present.  No it’s an alien from Pluto called Uglesnoo.  Uglesnoo’s sister is sick.  The only cure is a repelling crystal from Neptune.  Uglesnoo needs Amelia’s help.  But should Amelia venture into outer space?

In the second book, Amelia the Venutons and the Golden Cage, they must continue their quest.  More items are needed to buy the crystal.  But Venus is full of danger and angry aliens.  Are Uglesnoo and Amelia in over their heads?

The author is currently working on the third book in the series, Amelia, the Merballs and the Merabel Catapult.

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Book One: Amelia, the Moochins and the Sapphire Palace

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“Appealing Illustrations combine with lots of text to make this a great read for children transitioning from picture books to chapter books.” – Kirkus Reviews

“The story is imaginative and fun…and a perfect book to stretch my oldest in his independent reading with something fun to keep his attention.” —Beautiful Books for Children

Book Two: Amelia, the Venutons and the Golden Cage

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“A lively sequel offers a sure-handed blend of fantasy, humor, adventure, and an ingenious heroine.” Kirkus Reviews

“Amelia, the Venutons and the Golden Cage is a wonderful children’s book that will allow your kids to get your kids started the Sci-Fi genre… The story is intriguing and well thought out. All in all, the author did a great job of creating an engaging story that kept my kids interested. We are definitely looking forward to the next book!” Rating 5/5 Stars. Examiner.com

The next book – in progress – is set on the tiny planet of Mercury and is called, ‘Amelia, the Merballs and the Merabel Catapult.’

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