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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
Raegan and RJ Save the Day: Raegan and RJ in Space, written by Richard Collins and Illustrated by Jennifer Lusong, is an intriguing graphic novel and vividly colorful comic. This book provides an introduction into the realm of Christians living in space. The book also offers educational insight into the future of space travel and habitation. Readers are instantly attracted to colorful pictures and situations or happenstances that may seem impossible. The author teaches readers to use their imaginations and enter into a futuristic world of space living. For example: our society has already accomplished so much with its technology, gadgets, satellites, space travel, rockets, space vehicles, so why not envision a space station, where we inhabit residences with similar living and recreational spaces to Earth. The author portrays a Christian living lifestyle by creating a scenario in which an act of kindness outweighs the possibilities of potential self danger.
The graphic novel/comic can be used by teachers and parents to read to children and enjoy. The concept of space living and space travel as a norm allows readers to enter into a creative mindset where there are no limitations to what we can create with technology. The Christian aspects within the book allow readers to imagine a world filled with advanced technology and a great deal of human kindness and selflessness. This book is entertaining and creative for those who think "outside the box."