Published: March 15, 2016
Genre: Children ages 5 on up
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
Amelia, the Venutons and the Golden Cage,' is the second book in Amelia's Amazing Space Adventures; an exciting series set in outer space, for children ages 5-9.
Uglesnoo needs Amelia's help. His sister is very sick. The only cure is a repelling crystal from Neptune. With his Earthling friend, Amelia, 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?
Curious as to how the adventure began? In the first book, 'Amelia, the Moochins and the Sapphire Palace,' Amelia opens a present. A present that's not a present. No, it's a friendly looking alien from the planet Pluto. Uglesnoo needs to leave right away for the Moon. Uglesnoo also desperately needs Amelia's help. His sister is very sick. Should Amelia venture into outer space?
We received this book to give an honest review.
So I figured A would like to read this book but she wasn't very interested in it. So I decided to read this to K and he really did enjoy the book. He is already asking if there is another book to read as he wants to see what other items they are going to get from the other planets. The pictures are very bright and colorful and I think the children will enjoy looking at them. K and I really laughed at the Venutons because they were so big and colorful that you could cuddle with them if you didn't get on their bad side.
Uglesnoo and Ameila are both on a mission to Venus to get bliss bubbles as part of the items they need to help Uglesnoo's sister who is sick but what happens when the Venutons wake up?
Just open this book and find out if they will get the item they need before they can move on.
We plan on reading book one as K did ask me how did the two friends meet, why are they exactly going on these missions and so forth.
Evonne Blanchard was born and raised in England. She has also studied and worked in England and France. She met her husband, an American, whilst they were both volunteering at a children's orphanage in Guatemala.
She resides in the North Shore (Boston, Massachusetts) with her husband and their two daughters, Lydia and Gwendolyn. Other additions to the household include a naughty dog called Lola, a lovely cat called Arthur, two hamsters (which they are careful to keep out of the cat's clutches) and lots of fish!
Book One: Amelia, the Moochins and the Sapphire Palace by Evonne Blanchard
Book Two: Amelia, the Venutons and the Golden Cage by Evonne Blanchard
These are the first two books in an exciting series of ten of, 'Amelia's Amazing Space Adventures,' set in outer space, for children ages 5-9.