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Eudora Space Kid: The Lobster Tale by David Horn is the second book in this fun and amazing adventure series designed for early chapter book readers. An adopted child of benign aliens, Eudora is a human third-grader who lives on a 36-deck Astroliner named Athena where she has lived her whole life. Athena helps them explore the galaxy and defends the Planetary Republic from evil aliens. Eudora’s dad has a laboratory full of aquariums, including lobster tanks that are famous on the ship. The ship’s Chef Franklin has asked Eudora’s dad for some lobsters for the annual New Year’s Grand Dinner Buffet. Of course, this is met by a resounding no. But Chef Franklin is determined to find a way to get to those lobsters. On top of that, the Qlaxons, the Planetary Republic’s biggest and most evil enemy, are threatening to attack. Will Eudora and her best friend Arnold be able to save the lobsters and prevent the Qlaxons from launching an attack?
Eudora’s adventures bring a smile to a readers’ face. Every page is filled with hilarity and funny moments that your young reader will giggle at upon reading them. Children and adults can expect to join Eudora and her friends on an adventure that inspires. Moreover, Eudora Space Kid is an excellent teaching tool, especially these days when most children are schooled at home. It is ideal for engaging emergent and early chapter book readers as well as young ESL learners to hone their competencies in reading and comprehension. On top of that, David Horn has created a role model character in Eudora. This series teaches values of friendship, perseverance, family, and diversity. Space adventure complemented with clean humor makes Eudora Space kid a fun read that both children and parents can sit and read together.