Space Blasters - SUZIE SAVES THE UNIVERSE (Space Blasters, Book 1)

By Katie Tsang and Kevin Tsang, Illustrated by Amy Nguyen

Save the universe in the awesome and hilarious new space-themed adventure series from bestselling authors Katie and Kevin Tsang!

Suzie Wen LOVES gadgets and inventing things – but her inventions don’t always turn out how she expects . . . And when Suzie invent the Super 3DTV Gizmo she ends up getting transported into her favourite TV show – Space Blasters! On board the space ship with Captain Jane, Spaceman Jack and alien with attitude Five-Eyed Frank, Suzie is soon exploring new planets – like the smelly Planet Cheddar – and meeting plenty of aliens. But when moons start disappearing, it’s up to Suzie to save the universe. Can she put her inventing skills to use? And will she ever get home?

Funny, accessible and highly illustrated stories, perfect for readers aged 6 and up and fans of Bunny vs Monkey, Grimwood, Kitty Quest – and space!

STEM themes woven throughout, including real mindbending space facts and pages from Suzie’s inventors’ notebook

Format: Paperback
Ageband: 6 to 9
Release Date: 05 Sep 2023
Pages: 224
ISBN: 978-0-7555-0016-1
Katie and Kevin Tsang are bestselling children\'s authors. They met in 2008 while studying at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Since then they have lived on three different continents and travelled to over 40 countries together. In addition to the SPACE BLASTERS series, they are the co-authors of the young fiction series SAM WU IS NOT AFRAID and the DRAGON REALM books. Katie also writes YA as Katherine Webber. They currently live in London with their young daughters.

”'When young inventor Suzie Wen gets catapulted into Space Blasters, her favourite TV show, there’s no time to waste - especially as she’s crash-landed on smelly Planet Cheddar and finds that its moon’s gone missing! Can Suzie help Captain Jane and crew solve the mystery of the stolen satellites? A high-energy, accessible, fun new series for 6+” - - Guardian

”'Intensely likeable and sharply observed comic capers” - - Guardian on SAM WU