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Reviewed by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite
Can you change the power of Pi? It's 3.14, right? What if it's really 4.14 like math nerd Eudora Jenkins insists? It's all about measuring circles, and Eudora believes she's discovered that the greatest math minds got it wrong through the centuries. Perhaps she's right, but her math teacher isn't convinced, and her classmates are totally confused. In David Horn's middle-grade novel, Eudora Space Kid: Winter Storm Eudora, this theory is about to get out of control. Living and studying on a spaceship, Eudora is like any other kid, except she's super smart, and her adoptive parents are aliens. But, like any other kid, she thinks having a snow day would be great. We all know about snow days. That's when the winter weather gets bad, and everyone must stay home for the day. But a snow day on a spaceship? Is that possible?
Looking for an adventure to engage your young readers and ignite their passion for reading? Here's one to consider: David Horn's Eudora Space Kid will attract novice, reluctant, and engaged readers of the elementary school age. The fifth book in the series, this rollicking story will have young readers engrossed and laughing at all the space kids' antics. You have to love the main character, Eudora. She has spirit, aspirations to do great things, and willpower and determination to see a task to its completion. In other words, she's a great role model for young minds. The language is quirky and simple, and the fun plot is appealing. The chapter titles are humorous and set the stage for the contents within each chapter, like "If At First, You Don't Succeed, Pi Pi Again" and "And They All Lived Snowed In Ever After." Settle in for an astro adventure that's hilariously funny.