George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt

George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt

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George and Annie explore the galaxy in this cosmic adventure from Stephen Hawking and Lucy Hawking, complete with essays from Professor Hawking about the latest in space travel.

George is heartbroken when he learns that his friend Annie and her father are moving to the US. Eric has a new job working for the space program, looking for signs of life in the Universe. Eric leaves George with a gift--a book called The User's Guide to the Universe . But Annie and Eric haven't been gone for very long when Annie believes that she is being contacted by aliens, who have a terrible warning for her. George joins her in the US to help her with her quest--and before he knows it, he, Annie, Cosmos, and Annie's annoying cousin Emmett have been swept up in a cosmic treasure hunt, spanning the whole galaxy and beyond.

Lucy Hawking's own experiences in zero-gravity flight and interviews with astronauts at Cape Kennedy and the Johnson Space Center lend the book a sense of realism and excitement that is sure to fire up imaginations. The book includes essays written by Professor Hawking and his colleagues, in which they provide the latest thoughts on space travel.
ISBN: 9781442421752
Branch Call Number: JUV SERIES Geo


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Yellow_Cat_297 Jul 03, 2013

"George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt" is a wonderful continuation of the story of "George's Secret Key to the Universe". It's exciting, funny, and full of cool scientific facts. You're bound to learn something new.

Favorite character: George

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Nat21 Feb 22, 2015

Nat21 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over


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Yellow_Cat_297 Jul 03, 2013

“In his eyes shone the reflection of the most beautiful planet in the Universe---a planet that is not too hot and not too cold; that has liquid water on the surface and where the gravity is just right for human beings and the atmosphere is perfect for them to breathe; where there are mountains and deserts and oceans and islands and forests and trees and birds and plants and animals and insects and people---lots and lots of people. Where there is life. Some of it, possibly, intelligent.”


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