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Posted August 20, 2013
great book I like the series too bad you cant buy them in prin
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I like the series too bad you cant buy them in print or in digital form
go to the local library and check it out
Posted October 21, 2010
Mr. Bass is the bomb
We had to pick a book out to read in our 3rd period english class. I had no idea whaty i wanted to read. One day i was looking through sdome old stuff in out garage and i stumbled upon this book. I needed the book the next day, so i picked it up and put it in my backpack. When i read the covor and saw the mname of the book i was imediatly interested. The book is about two boys who build a spaceship for a man named Mr. Bass. they find a small add in a apaer saying that he needs as many people as possible to build him a spaceship. the boys get right to it and bring the finished product to Mr. Bass. Mr. Bass's houe is amazing and has all these cool gadgets and intruments for astrology and other sciences. The boys soon find out that their spaceship will be put to real use. you have to read to find out what that use is, and i promise you will be siprised. I recomend this book to teens and pre-teens, although older people might get a kick out of it too. It is a short read, but i good one as well.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted October 11, 2003
A good book for the open-minded science fiction enthusiast!
I really enjoyed this book because it really fuels your childhood excitement and adventure needs. The descriptions are very real and life like, but not in an annoying more than you wanted to know way. Eleanor Cameron makes the Basidium-ites (the inhabitants of the newly discovered plant Basidium-X) so real to the reader, you might just be tempted to look though the telescope on a cloudless night. Although the book has some unrealistic aspects (The two main characters build a rocket-ship out of old boat ribs and some sheets of metal they had laying around) an open minded reader should be able to overlook those details and enjoy the book. The book is a fairly easy read at 195 pages, but has large type and does not contain many difficult words.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 3, 2000