During a visit to a space museum, Fly Guy and Buzz learn all about planets, space crafts, space suits, and even dirty snowballs (i.e. comets!)! With straightforward fun facts, humorous illustrations of Fly Guy and Buzz, and vivid photographs throughout, this book is sure to be a hit.
Charlie and the chocolate factory: five children find entry tickets to Willy Wonka's mysterious chocolate factory. The tour brings out the best and worst in them ; Charlie and the great glass elevator: taking up where Charlie and the chocolate factory leaves off, Charlie, his family, and Mr. Wonka find themselves launched into space in the great glass elevator.
In this first book, A.J. and his friends at Ella Mentry School are headed on a field trip to NASA headquarters. But their tour guide, Mr. Corbett, is a total space cadet! And what happens when A.J. accidentally launches the whole class into outer space?! Full of visual gags, space aliens, and hilarious full-color illustrations, this is the weirdest graphic novel in the history of the world!
"For Violet Marlocke, family is the most important thing in the whole galaxy. So when her father goes missing while on a hazardous job, she can't just sit around and do nothing. To get him back, Violet throws caution to the stars and sets out with a group of misfit friends on a quest to find him. But space is big and dangerous, and she soon discovers that her dad has been swallowed by a giant, planet-eating whale. With her father's life on the line,...
Pilot Rocky Waddle wants to enter the Superchase Space Race, and when the penguins rescue a racing spaceship, and the owner tells them to keep it, he gets his chance--but the Space Race is a dangerous event, and some pilots will do anything to win.
Although the space penguins manage to escape an attack by a fleet of starships, they soon discover that the Tunafish has been boarded by shape shifters, and they need to devise a plan--the only problem is that it involves summoning their deadly enemies to "rescue" them.