Galactic Treasure Hunt: Lost City of Atlantis

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Adventures Unlimited Press, Aug 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 100 pages
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Ages 7 to 11 years. In this second book of the Galactic Treasure Hunt series, the Adventures of Jake and Scott continue when they blast off with their space alien friend Nojo for the lost city of Atlantis. They arrive at the end of the last ice age and watch final moments of Atlantis. But this is only the beginning of their quest: They face earthquakes, sabre tooth tigers, mastodons, giant waves, sharks, mummies, alien robots, and diabolical traps that only Jake and Scott can overcome. This fast paced adventure/science fiction story combines real world physics with a fantastic plot. Features: Secret word at the beginning of each chapter written in an alien alphabet; Alphabet decoder at the end of the book lets you decode a secret message from Nojo. The children in this book make Indiana Jones look like a couch potato and every chapter is a wild ride.

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Jamie Childress, when not writing about space aliens and adventures, is an aerospace engineer with Boeing's Phantom Works research and development division. He's always wanted to go back in time.

Chris Braun works as a graphics illustrator for Boeing and his illustrations are used by professional and military pilots daily.

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