QUARK’S ACADEMY is a science-themed adventure for readers 8 plus.
SCIENCE IN PROGRESS – ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!
Junior science geniuses Augustine, Celeste and Oscar can’t believe their luck when they’re accepted into an elite and mysterious science academy summer camp run by the elusive Inventor Quark.
From the moment they step inside the gates of Quark’s Academy at the end of Molecule Drive, they know they’re in for a week they’ll never forget. But things at the academy are not quite what they seem, and the three quickly realise that they’ll need to put their squabbles aside and their heads together if they’re ever to get out of there alive…
A page-turning adventure for readers aged eight to twelve, QUARK’S ACADEMY is bound to cause a hair-raising reaction!
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Praise for QUARK’S ACADEMY:
4.5 stars. ‘A quirky mystery full of fantastical science’ – Funday, Sunday Telegraph – Sandy Fussell.
‘Quark’s Academy is a rollicking read. The science is loopy and exaggerated, which makes the story entertaining and unpredictable. The plot hinges on the rich imagination of children – a sustainable resource if ever there was one. Whether or not they’re interested in science, readers between eight and 12 will have fun with this book’.—Adelaide Advertiser
‘Part Hogwarts, part Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory; entertaining middle fiction novel is a well-conceived adventure with one foot planted squarely in reality and the other in science-fiction. Quark’s Academy is perfect for both boys and girls aged 8+, and especially those with an interest in science, technology, engineering and math.‘ – Lamont Books. Full review here.
4.5 stars ‘Quark’s Academy is an engaging and entertaining debut for readers aged eight and up with an interest in STEM—or those who just love a well-paced adventure story with fantastical elements.’ – Books and Publishing. Full review here.
‘A delightful and engaging novel, in which each of the three children have their own personal struggles to navigate whether they be fears, insecurities or self-doubts.’ Better Reading.
Full review here.