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Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret (Explorer Academy) My 9 year old daughter loved this book Here s her review in her own words The book is the best book I have ever read The book is very gripping, and makes me sit on the edge of the seat I especially like when Cruz s team goes on missions I like missions because they are thrilling and something unexpected happens For example, when Bryndis said that she knew that Renshaw had hacked into Cruz s iPad My favorite mission was when the team went to the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve in Mexico In the mission, I enjoyed when Sailor and Cruz fell from the waterfall and actually landed on the bean bags Overall, the writing is very creative. It s a great story and all But it is VERY short for a 10 ebook I get that this is a branded National Geographic thing, but if you really want to hit a wider audience you will price the book better Paperback books of this size do not even cost 10.I would love to read the series, but I m not sure that I want to spend 40 on books that we will likely finish in 3 days. My eldest, 10, is a huge reader My child has been through many other series this was recommended So we bought this one Plus we love Hawaii the main character is from Kauai My child liked the story because the plot kept My child on my child s toes was well written It was also challenging enough to keep my child s interest The main character is in his teens but there was no inappropriate or too advanced social items issues Highly recommend. What a riveting story, and so beautifully crafted We follow Cruz from his seemingly idyllic life on an island paradise to following his dream of going to a very selective school We meet his friends, learn about his past, and peek into the potential his future could be But all the while there s a deep mystery tied to his past, and he isn t even sure what that mystery may be The story builds beautifully upon itself very well paced and keeps you wanting to turn the page to find out what happens next The only disappointment is that the sequel isn t out yet Wow Explorer Academy is my favorite new kids series this year, and I am recommending it to everyone Parents, this is a series that will keep kids completely engaged and on the edge of their seats, and you can rest assured that the messages in the book are 100% kid appropriate Here are a few things I love about this series 1 The places in the adventures are real The young explorers visit the seed vault, an amazing ice cave in Iceland, and they go to archeological digs And it s exciting because they are running from the evil Nebula and trying to solve a 3D hologram puzzle that could cure all illness in the world My 10 year old has enjoyed looking up the real places and learning about them along the way.2 The kids who attend Explorer Academy are from all over the world Cruz, the main character, is from Hawaii His best friends are from all over the world, giving readers of a worldwide view of things.3 Cruz has a wonderful family His mother died as a scientist at Explorer Academy, which was tragic and as the story unfolds we learn not actually accidental His dad, who runs a surf shop in Hawaii, is loving and supportive Cruz Aunt Marisol is a professor at Explorer Academy, and watches out for him I see this as a significant plus because so many kids books for middle grades wind up either killing off all of the responsible adults or the kids are members of terribly dysfunctional families It s nice to have a true adventure book with a happy and healthy family at the center of it, even if that family has experienced tragedy.4 The science behind the fiction This section at the end of each book profiles National Geographic scientists from all over the world and does a compare and contrast with the science fiction in the book and the real science For example, when Cruz wore this amazing device that allowed him to talk with whales so that the Explorers could cut them out of fishing nets, that was fiction But at the end of the book, National Geographic profiles a scientists who studies whale language and gives a bunch of super interesting information about it.I hope that this series goes on forever I will be purchasing every book and making sure my kids enjoy reading them I ll probably get them for every classroom in the school too Highly Recommend Adventure, Danger, And A Thrilling Global Mission Await Year Old Cruz Coronado As He Joins An Elite School For ExplorersCruz Leaves His Tranquil Home In Hawaii To Join Talented Kids From Around The Globe To Train At The Explorer Academy With The World S Leading Scientists To Become The Next Generation Of Great Explorers But For Cruz, There S At Stake No Sooner Has He Arrived At The Academy Than He Discovers That His Family Has A Mysterious Past With The Organisation That Could Jeopardise His Future In The Midst Of Codebreaking And Cool Classes, New Friends And Augmented Reality Expeditions, Cruz Must Tackle The Biggest Question Of All Who Is Out To Get Him And Why Readers Can Get In On The Excitement With Puzzles And Codes Embedded ThroughoutWith The Help Of His Classmates, Cruz Puts Together Pieces Of A Complicated Puzzle Suddenly, He Finds Himself At The Centre Of An International Quest For A Missing Formula That Only He Can Decode By The Time He Boards The Academy S Flagship Polaris For His Semester At Sea, The Fate Of His Friends, And Maybe Even The World, Are In His Hands

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