Four Astronauts and a Kitten

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A pair of smart and funny 14-year-old twin boys, their mother and sister team of astronauts, and a kitten named Patches take on the space program and the Intergalactic Friendship Club.

Four Astronauts and a Kitten is an adventure series. In adventure one, an astronaut family works, plays, and flies into space together. A mother who's an astronaut and space medicine physician and her daughter, a flight mission specialist, make a nifty team working the outer limits of the space ...

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Overview

A pair of smart and funny 14-year-old twin boys, their mother and sister team of astronauts, and a kitten named Patches take on the space program and the Intergalactic Friendship Club.

Four Astronauts and a Kitten is an adventure series. In adventure one, an astronaut family works, plays, and flies into space together. A mother who's an astronaut and space medicine physician and her daughter, a flight mission specialist, make a nifty team working the outer limits of the space program like they work a birthday party. This family of four astronauts also includes 14-year old twin sons who want, like their older sister and mom, to take the latest space shuttle for a ride to rescue the space program. When some characters even think of selling defective parts to cut costs, the twins are on their tail.

It's Patches, the Ragdoll-Siamese kitten, formerly a library cat, who can teach these astronauts new ways to rescue the space program and themselves just by being what he is-a five-month old tomcat adopted by the space program as their mascot. Patches has more than nine lives. He has been around almost forever but poses as a five-month old kitten. He knows the secret of eternal youth. When the twin's mom gets a dose of that youth serum and becomes 13 again, who's going to fly the shuttle but the twins?

Leave it up to the twins to start the Intergalactic Friendship Club, so they can find a dad for their space physician pilot mom and their astronaut sister, restore mom to a grownup state, and bring together some new friends that they have made-from very far away.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595192021
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/2001
  • Pages: 144
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.36 (w) x 9.02 (h) x 0.39 (d)

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