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George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt 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 TravelGeorge 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

10 thoughts on “George's Cosmic Treasure Hunt

  1. says:

    I loved this treasure hunt through space It was a fun, heartwarming adventure with lovable characters and a funny plot George, Annie and Emmet were very brave and also very reckless fitting their age of 12 I feel that the age group this book is written for could relate to them very easily My favorite were the silly parents of George, oh man On the downside, the villain had

  2. says:

    The whole George series is completely awesome.

  3. says:

    Excellent Just as good as the first in this series, which, like this one, was a read aloud book with my 6yo daughter We will now look for 3 in the series In this one, George and Annie along with a new friend Emmett use the super computer Cosmos to create a portal for George and Annie to travel around the universe, in search of scavenger hunt clues, which perhaps are coming fr

  4. says:

    This one was just as good as the first book in this series, maybe even better.

  5. says:

    More intense than the first book 4.5 starsThis time it tellsabout Mars, GSA Global Space Agency NASA like , andtrivia about life in outer space,sciences andadventures.

  6. says:

    the series that starts with George s Secret Key to the Universe likewise almost entirely by Lucy Hawking, with a few inserted pieces on science by her father Stephen Hawking and various other well known scientists To be honest I wasn t all that impressed George and friends are taken by convenient plot device to a number of educational settings to have adventures Annie, the kick

  7. says:

    Fantastic children s book about space travel and associated science You get a cute story with likable characters, funny jokes, exploits on Mars and other extraterrestrial locales, shuttle launches, an evil villain who is eventually reconciled with, what s not to like Then there are the facts pages that appear throughout good reading even for adults Add the wonderful illustrations

  8. says:

    It was GREAT I mean totally great I liked that there is a secret door than can lead you anywhere It can appear anywhere also I like it because it s a space book, and I love space That you don t know what happens next, all you know is that it will be very exciting The whole book is like that It s very exciting review by a six year old This was the first novel he read by himself

  9. says:

    Lots of interesting science information The plot is a little contrived, but it seems to work The science information interrupts and slows down the story, but that is the point of the book Great color pictures of deep space objects The age level of the science is quite a bit higher than the age level of the story I finally understand the red shift theory.

  10. says:

    I continue to enjoy this collaborative work of Lucy and Stephen Hawking I love the story of George, Cosmos, Eric, Annie and even the pig But I especially love first the blending of fiction and non fiction, then the distinct separation of the two The Hawkings make me look up and learn about our universe and beyond Thank you.

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