Archie Takes Flight
by Wendy Mass
On "Take Your Kid to Work Day," eight-year-old Archie discovers that his father drives a space taxi that shuttles aliens from one area of the universe to another.
by Monica Tesler
Twelve-year-old Jasper and his friends are the first group of cadets, called Bounders, to be trained as astronauts who use new spaceships to teleport, but soon are forced to go up against an alien society seeking revenge for stealing this brain-sync technology.
by Kekla Magoon
A spaceship piloted by children travels to Planet Infinity where the youngsters must navigate underground tunnels in search of the fourth element of a power source needed to save Earth.
Science No Fair!
by Nancy E. Krulik
When Logan Applebaum's mother invents a robotic cousin for him, Logan thinks this may give him an edge in the third grade science fair but the Silverspoon twins have other ideas.
by Sophia McDougall
Young Alice Dare is relieved that at last humans and the alien Morrors are now living peacefully together on Earth. But with an influx of too many Morrors, space is getting a bit tight. To make room for all the Morrors, they've been terraforming a cold little moon in the Alpha Centauri system -- and Alice and her friends are invited to the inauguration of the Morrors' new home! But just as they're approaching Alpha Centauri, the kids are kidnapped by the hostile Krakkiluks and must save themselves -- and the Eemala people in the process!
by R. A Montgomery
Homer, a dog and the reader's best friend, visits the junk yard and brings back gifts that are becoming weirder and weirder. Homer soon arrives with a glowing blue Frisbee that translates every language. Is it a spaceship?
by John Kloepfer
You'd think saving the universe not once but twice would buy you a little time off. Not so for Kevin Brewer and his science-camp buddies. They've just got word that their favorite comic book author, Max Grayson, is in terrible danger--and so is the universe! The kids have no choice but to head to outer space to save their hero and prevent a diabolic breed of aliens from annihilating their home galaxy.
Stink Moody In Master of Disaster
by Megan McDonald
Stink is camped out in the backyard with his sister, Judy, and he can't wait to lay eyes on P/2015 OZ4, also known as the Sherman-Holm Comet. But then news of an asteroid hitting Russia reaches Stink, and suddenly he's feeling squeamish (and squash-ish) about close encounters of the outer-space kind.
The Boy With 17 Senses
by Sheila Grau
A retelling of "Jack and the Beanstalk" on the unusual planet Yipsmix, where every resident has synesthesia, including Jaq, who travels through a wormhole to Earth, where he must rescue a fellow Yipsmixer with the help of a kind Earthling giant.
The Firefly Code
by Megan Frazer Blakemore
Mori and her friends live a normal life on Firefly Lane in Old Harmonie, a utopian community where every kid knows he or she is genetically engineered to be better and smarter, but when a strangely perfect new girl named Ilana moves in, the friends begin to question the only world they have ever known.
The Lost Sword
by Huw Powell
Jake Cutler--thirteen-year-old ruler of the secret planet Altus--is on the run from the Interstellar Navy, so it is up to Jake and his crew of the pirate spaceship, the Dark Horse, to stop them from starting an intergalactic war, but how will a teenager convince the rulers of the universe that they are in terrible danger?
by Cameron Baity
As the war between the Foundry and Mehk intensifies, Phoebe Plumm and Micah Tanner struggle to decipher a message the Ona--a speaker for the God, Makina--has given them.