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ISBN:0823421511
Author: Michael Daley
ISBN13: 978-0823421510
Title: Space Station Rat
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Language: English
Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
Publisher: Holiday House; Reprint edition (October 10, 2007)
Pages: 32

Space Station Rat by Michael Daley



Space Station Rat book.

A space station, she quickly discovers, is no place for a rat. It’s hard to find food amid the humans and robots aboard the craft, and even harder to move around undetected. Meanwhile, Jeff, whose parents are scientists, is the only kid on board. He’s got no friends to play with, and his robot babysitter is constantly bossing him around.

A look inside space station ra. .Chapter one: rat. Rat did not know which was worse; being hungry most of the time, or being lonely all of the time. She huddled in the shadows just inside the air vent. Through the grate she could see into the cafeteria. In this follow-up to Space Station Rat (2005), Jeff and his superintelligent rodent friend, Rat, are still stuck in space. Jeff is looking forward to returning to Earth with Rat, but the adults have more sinister plans for Rat. - - Booklist. He’s got no friends to play with, and his robot babysitter is constantly bossing him around

Space Station Rat (2005). 0823418669 (ISBN13: 9780823418664). Other books by Mystery & Thriller.

The three minute segment is part of a promotional DVD featuring all the authors and their books nominated for the 2008 Sequoyah Award. RAT SIGHTING IN MISSOURI In early March, nearly 3,000 people caught a glimpse of RAT in the book exhibit hall at the 39th Children's Literature Festival in Warrensburg, Missouri. Over 250 kids got a personal introduction to RAT by attending a presentation by author Michael J. Daley. He read from the first chapter and other highlights of Space Station Rat. The kids got to meet RAT and JEFF and NANNY.

Michael J. Daley has enjoyed a lifelong love of science, spaceships, and science fiction. He writes his stories on a solar-powered laptop in a uare tower room.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 11 years ago. My 8-year-old son loved this book. I read it to him over a few nights and he was enthralled with the story of a boy whose parents work on a space station and the stowaway Rat. The book is fast-paced and exciting. It has turned on my son to the wonders of science fiction. He wants more, more, more books. smart & intimate sci-fi fun. Published by Thriftbooks

Space Station Rat. Unabridged Audiobook. Michael J. Daley has concocted a rare treat: a genuine science fiction novel for younger audiences. Humorous, exciting, and touching, the adventures of Jeff and Rat will delight anyone who has dreamed of life in outer space. Genres: Kids . General. Space Station Rat. by Michael J. has successfully been added to your shopping cart.

A lavender rat that has escaped from a laboratory, and a lonely boy whose parents are scientists, meet on an orbiting space station, communicate by email, and ultimately find themselves in need of each other's help and friendship.
Reviews: 6
Road.to sliver
Very cute little book. Loved that it was signed by the author. It was a gift and very much appreciated!
Jugami
A nice long story for the whole family to listen to on a long road trip. I plan to loan it to my niece when her son gets a little older.
Arcanefire
THere are some very good ideas in this book, but they are poorly executed. The writing is pedestrian, the characters are two-dimensional, except for Rat, and the action sequences aren't very clear. Jeff is a very, very whiney child who does nothing but complain in front of his stereotypically preoccupied parents. The worst thing about this book is the repetitive references to the Captain being fat. Kids do not need to be encouraged when it comes to fat jokes, and given the high requirements for physical fitness in space, it is highly doubtful that there would be a fat Captain. The "jokes" add nothing to the plot. There is likely to be a sequel; I am hoping it will be better.
Samut
My 8-year-old son loved this book. I read it to him over a few nights and he was enthralled with the story of a boy whose parents work on a space station and the stowaway Rat. The book is fast-paced and exciting. It has turned on my son to the wonders of science fiction. He wants more, more, more books.
Nagor
My 11 year old son and I enjoyed this story about a boy, and his relationship with a genetically modified, highly intelligent, rat. The boy is staying with his scientist parents on a research space station. The rat is a stow-away who longs for freedom. The boy is bored and lonely. The science fiction elements are credible and believable, not comic book fantasy stuff. The relationships are tender, and the villian, a potentially killer robot named "Nanny" is delightfully evil. Highly recommended.
Azago
Space Station Rat is about a rat,a boy,the boy's dad,the boy's mom,a captain,and the boy's nanny who is a robot living in a space station.All the people didn't know the rat was living in the space station until one day the rat was spying on the people and the power went out because of the rat.The people were so angry they wanted to kill the rat.Will the rat survive,read this book to find out.