Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Review:Spartan & The Green Egg by:Nabila Khashoggi

About the Book:
Spartan, his three friends, and his dog, Grimm, as they travel the Universe. The mission of this talented team is to gain and share knowledge of their amazing discoveries. With the power of their minds, they made contact with a race of alien explorers, who communicate with them via an egg-shaped spaceship that is itself an organic alien being. Their expeditions are made even more exciting through the use of new technology and cool gadgets, provided by their new friend, who goes by the name of Egg. In Book 1, A Trip to the Rainforest, the team’s introduction to the rainforest and all its wonders is made even more fun by the company of two native Amazonian Indians. Their extraordinary visit is not without a few close calls. After an eye-opening experience with a mysterious Shaman, their own troubles seem to pale in comparison to what they learn. The rainforest is in danger of vanishing, and all its creatures and plant life are at risk of extinction. With the help of the Green Egg’s out-of-this-world technology, the team is able to put a big dent into the path of destruction and re-new hope for the survival of the rainforest.

About the Author:
 Mother to Spartan and Layth, lives in New York with her family.

My Review:
 The imagination is a powerful thing as we see in the recently released in the first book of the series Spartan& the Green Egg, A Trip to the Rainforest. In this first installment to the series we meet Spartan, his three friends; Max, Tor, & Kattie and Spartan begins the story telling his friends about this book his dad got for him. The book tells you how to contact aliens from outer space. So the children following the instructions in the book, decide to take this on to see if its true. And before long they are taken on an adventure they will never forget.

 The author takes us on a fascinating journey through the rainforest to teach us a little more about it and how its plant and animal are being depleted almost daily. Follow along as this unique group of caring children travel to the Amazon. With colorful pictures and alot of information we can imagine that we are there too!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.

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