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Captured by the alien race that killed his parents. Can he escape before it’s too late? The Escapers: Book One of the Alien Harvester Series by L. J. Monahan

YA Book of The Day:

The Escapers: Book One of the Alien Harvester Series

by L. J. Monahan
5.0 stars – 12 reviews
Everyday Price: $2.99
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Here’s the set-up:

Escaping from prison is hard.

Escaping from an alien prison with advanced technology is harder.

Escaping from an alien prison on an island hundreds of miles from the mainland might be impossible.

Fourteen-year-old Bryce hates the Imjac, the alien invaders who conquered Earth and killed his parents. But he thinks their threats to him are over when he moves in with his aunt, uncle, and cousin Amanda on their dairy farm. But the Imjac capture Bryce and Amanda, forcing them to work in one of their prison camps, where the aliens seek the rich minerals of the Earth to fuel their domination of the universe.

When Bryce discovers his gift for using alien technology, will it be the key to escape from the island?

Today’s Book of The Day is sponsored by this week’s Kids’ eBook of The Week:

Kid Innovators: True Tales of Childhood from Inventors and Trailblazers (Kid Legends Book 7)

by Robin Stevenson
4.7 stars – 82 reviews
Everyday price: $7.99
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Moving, funny, and totally true childhood biographies of Bill Gates, Madam C. J. Walker, Hedy Lamarr, Walt Disney, and 12 other international innovators. 

Throughout history people have experimented, invented, and created new ways of doing things. Kid Innovators tells the stories of a diverse group of brilliant thinkers in fields like technology, education, business, science, art, and entertainment, reminding us that every innovator started out as a kid. Florence Nightingale rescued baby mice. Alan Turing was a daydreamer with terrible handwriting. And Alvin Ailey felt like a failure at sports.

Featuring kid-friendly text and full-color illustrations, readers will learn about the young lives of people like Grace HopperSteve JobsReshma Saujani, Jacques Cousteau, the Wright BrothersWilliam KamkwambaElon MuskJonas Salk, and Maria Montessori.

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