Mary Andromeda and the Amazing Eye

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About the author:
Before beginning The Journals of Evergreen Isle series, author J.G. Kemp taught high school Earth and Space Science, Biology, and Physics. He enjoys mountain climbing, stargazing, visiting National Parks, and exploring alleyways and old trails. Some of his favorite authors are: Richard Feynman, John Muir, and E.B. White. He lives in Colorado Springs, CO, with his lovely family, abundant sunshine, a sprawling backyard garden, and the great mountains ever calling him home.

Mary Andromeda and the Amazing Eye
 

Authored by J. G. Kemp
Edition: 1

Author and science educator J.G. Kemp weaves the wonder of astronomy, technology, and science history into this fast-paced, adventure mystery, set in the near future. Book 1 in The Journals of Evergreen Isle series, a science education fiction series for middle grade readers and up.

Summary: Like the mythical princess Andromeda, who was chained to a rock and left to be devoured by a terrible sea monster, 11 year old Mary Andromeda is powerless - held captive in her cruel uncle’s mansion since her mother left her, six years ago. But when an unexpected gift and a sudden turn of events brings her to Evergreen Isle, a mysteriously abandoned island-of-science, she begins to learn the truth: about her mother’s departure, the plans of a secret society, and her own place in an ancient family of astronomers. Follow Mary as she solves the puzzles which lead to a stunning climax: involving a camera, a telescope, a secret map, and the Andromeda Galaxy itself.

Written in the tradition of page-turners such as Harry Potter and A Series of Unfortunate Events, and described by an English teacher as "Indiana Jones meets Bill Nye", Mary Andromeda and the Amazing Eye is a thrilling adventure, sure to encourage a deeper appreciation of science and nature.



Publication Date:
2016-11-04
ISBN/EAN13:
1539778150 / 9781539778158
Page Count:
196
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.25" x 8"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Juvenile Fiction / Science & Technology




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