Alexander, Lloyd - Time cat:
the remarkable journeys of Jason and Gareth (206
pages) Gareth's "definitely" not
an ordinary cat. For one thing, he can talk. For another,
he's got the power to travel through time. And the instant
this to Jason, the two of them are in ancient Egypt,
on the first of nine amazing adventures that Jason will
Ames, Mildred - Anna to the
infinite Power – (198
pages) A 12-year-old math whiz accidentally learns the
facts about her true identity and her role in an important
Antilles, Ken – Star
Trek, Deep Space 9 series Before your favorite
DS9 characters were even on
DS9 they were children attending the Starfleet Academy,
in this series for kids and teens.
Asimov, Janet –
series (100-140 pages)
Jeff and his mixed-up robot, Norby, get involved
in different adventures in each book.
in Hyperspace (84 pages) Twelve-year-old
Ginnela and her younger brother Pete find
on a disabled spaceship and must figure out how
Asch, Frank – Journey
to Terezor (160
pages) During a devastating flood, Matt and his parents
a mysterious planet inhabited by other misplaced
earthlings and ruled by robots where Matt teams up with
two young geniuses
in an effort to escape back to Earth.
- Off the road (187 pages) In 2040,
eleven-year-old Tom follows his grandfather through
the Wall and into
the forbidden Wild, where they seek to find his
grandfather's boyhood home.
Bell, Clare – Tomorrow’s
Sphinx (292 pages) Two unusual
black cheetahs share a mental link, one cat
from the past to reveal scenes from his life with
the young pharaoh Tutankhamen, and one struggling to
survive in a future
world ravaged by ecological disaster.
L. – Beyond the Door (166
pages) Teenagers Scott and Tully find an unused study
which is actually a doorway into an alternate world,
where an outcast
is pursuing dangerous experiments to increase his
control over the emerging technology of his universe.
Frank – Forever Formula (181
pages) A 17-year-old lying in a hospital bed wonders
if he has a brain
tumor or is suffering from hallucinations. The truth
and incredible, and most of all, dangerous.
Herbie - Mystery machine (91 pages)
While retrieving his lost soccer ball, Hubert discovers
a newly built
toolshed in the garden of his nasty neighbor, Mrs.
Pomfrey-Parkinson. Inside it is a weird machine
with a tangle of electrical
cables, and a screen with tiny pinpoints of flashing
When Hubert presses one of the buttons, presto!
he finds himself on a huge spaceship.
Brittain, Bill –
Shape-changer (108 pages)
Two seventh-grade friends help a shape-changing
policeman from the planet
to recapture an alien master criminal who can also
Wings (135 pages) Twelve-year-old
Ian has sprouted wings, and not even the doctors
know why. Shunned
by his family,
solace in a fellow outsider named Anita, who takes
him to her home in the mountains. There he finds
to fly and
the love to survive while he makes a painful decision
-- should he keep his wings and his gift of fight,
become like everyone else?
Burgess, Melvin - Earth
giant (150 pages) During a huge
storm, a tree is ripped from the ground and
the giant has
been unearthed. Amy and Giant have a deep, mysterious
connection and can communicate without words, but
Amy's older brother,
Peter, can't understand Giant at all. As Amy tries
to protect Giant until she can return to her planet,
fascinated and frightened. Will he tell their parents
and put everyone
Butler, Susan- Hermit thrush
pages) After a natural disaster has all but destroyed the
and "defective" Leora,
while searching for her sister, defies the oppressive
laws of the land and joins a band of rebels trying
Cameron, Eleanor - Wonderful
flight to the Mushroom Planet (214
pages) A mystery man inspires two boys
a space ship which takes them to the planet of
Caraker, Mary - Faces of Ceti (201
pages) Teenage Maya and the other colonists on the planet
taken over by another hostile Earth colony on a
neighboring world, while debating how to treat the native,
intelligent creatures called hlur.
Carey, Diane -
Cadet Kirk (Part of Star Trek Starfleet
Before your favorite Star Trek Original series were
aboard the Starship Enterprise, they attended Starfleet
follow Kirk in his adventures from this series
written for kids and
Chetwin, Grace –
Crystal stair: from tales of Gom in the legends
of Ulm (225 pages) Sequel
to: Riddle & the
rune. Temporarily reunited with his wizard mother,
Gom learns the identity of his evil
nemesis Katak and finds himself a key figure in
the battle to save the world of Ulm from destruction.
Friends in time (127 pages)
Unhappy about her family's upcoming move, twelve-year-old
Emma wishes for
a friend and is suddenly
confronted with a spoiled, lonely girl transported
from the 1850s by a mysterious doll.
Gom on Windy Mountain (206
pages) Book 1 in the Tales of Gom in the Legends
of Ulm series. Gom,
of a poor
and his wife, grows up with his father after his
mother leaves home and his siblings go to stay
he has unusual abilities which bring him trouble,
yet lead him to envision a different sort of life
Christopher, John -
Dusk of Demons (175 pages)
In a future world where civilization has collapsed,
sets out on a journey
to discover his birthright, and meets members of
a technologically advanced remnant, who use machines
to foster belief in
Demons among the people of Ben's homeland.
Empty world (134 pages) When
a deadly virus kills off most of the world's population,
in a seemingly empty England.
1. Fireball (148 pages)
Two boys are drawn by a fireball into a society,
parallel to 20th- century
which has many
of the characteristics of Roman Britain.
2. New found
pages) Sequel to Fireball. Encountering a fireball
which turns out to be a
crossing point between
their world and another one on a different probability
boys, one English and one American, face Indians,
Vikings and Aztecs in their attempts to reach California.
3. Dragon dance (139
pages) Sequel to: New found land. Simon and Brad's
fireball adventures take
them to ancient
they are exposed to incredible practices of mind
Christopher, John -
When the Tripods came (151
pages) Prequel to the White Mountains Trilogy.
family attempt to
flee England when the Tripods descend from outer
space and begin brainwashing everyone with their
White Mountains trilogy (series)
1. White Mountains (184
pages) Will Parker lives in an enslaved world.
Long ago, the Tripods - huge,
- descended upon Earth and took control. People
understand automation nor machines, and unquestionably
accept the Tripods'
2. City of
gold and lead (185
pages) Three boys set out on a secret mission to
penetrate the City
more about these strange beings that rule the earth.
3. Pool of
pages) Will and a small group of free people plan
to destroy the three great
before the arrival of a space ship destined to
doom the planet.
Cooper, Clare – Ashar
of Qarius (163
pages) When alien creatures attack the Earth colony on
the planet Plioctis,
a small group of stranded children and their pets
for survival upon an unknown form of artificial
intelligence that speaks to them through their computer
Aliens Ate My Homework (179
pages) Everyone knows young Rod cannot tell a lie,
but when he claims
no one believes him, which is just as well, since
he is sworn to silence about their mission.
Aliens Stole My Body (220
pages) Rod Allbright's body has been stolen by
BKR, the most fiendish
leaves Rod to share the body of a one-eyed blue
alien named Seymour.
Forever begins tomorrow (200
pages) When it comes down to adults versus kids,
who's going to believe
of kids - even
if they are geniuses? That's the problem the A.I.
Gang faces when they find themselves locked in
showdown with the mysterious Black Glove.
I Was A Sixth Grade Alien Series (164-170
pages) Adventures of Alien Pleskit Meenom and his
My Teacher Is an Alien series (119-162
pages) Humorous stories in which students discover
that their teachers
are not as they
appear. Each title is stand alone
Space Brat series (68-88)
Humorous adventures series featuring Space Brat
Blork and his friends.
Roald – Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator (159
pages) Taking up where Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
off, Charlie, his family, and Mr. Wonka find themselves
launched into space in the great glass elevator.
Paula - This Place Has No Atmosphere (156
pages) Welcome to the year 2057, where we live
in malls and take
classes in ESP. Aurora's family is moving to the
moon. How can she
find a boyfriend in a place with only 750 people?
William L. – Night of the living yogurt (104
pages) Jon, Emma, and Michael question the weird occurrences
happening around the school, and suspect that aliens
involved. Could a school project involving making
yogurt really be possessed
by an alien life form?
DeAndrea, William L. –
Pizza that time forgot (120
pages) The terrible Twisters, who aim to take over
Earth, return, and
find themselves in a time warp once again. The
tree starts to shake and grow out of control, but
only weird thing. An alien twister is outside eating
house is gone and somehow they've traveled to 1899!
They're desperate to get home, but first they have
to save the
town from twister destruction.
When dinosaurs ruled the basement (104
pages) Jon Parlo and his friends discover a time
warp in Jon's
them back in time 150 million years where they
discover an evil plot to take over the earth.
DeWeese, Gene –
Black Suits from Outer Space (144
pages) Two young people meet a visitor from outer
space who badly
Dandelion caper (159 pages)
Having rescued many stranded "tourists" from
outer space, Walter and his friend Kathy are unprepared
for the evil aliens they encounter in an abandoned
the strange cat with unusual powers that comes
to their rescue.
Dexter, Catherine - Alien game (204
pages) From the moment Christina Blake appears,
Zoe feels something
and scary about the girl who looks like she's been
a fashion catalog.
Duane, Diane – High Wizardry (269
pages) When her younger sister uses the family computer
with its special
to travel to worlds light years away, Nita uses
her wizardry to try to find her.
Duffey, Betsy - Alien for rent (71
pages) When a small fuzzy alien appears at their school,
J.P. and Lexie
accidentally direct his powers against the bully
Bruce and things get out of control.
Etra, Johathan –
for Breakfast (62 pages)
Finding an intergalactic special agent in his cereal
joins the extraterrestrial in a fight to save Earth
from the Dranes,
one of whom is masquerading as a student in Richard's
Aliens for Lunch (62
pages) When their bag of microwave popcorn explodes
and a space
Richard and Henry join him on a top secret interstellar
mission to save the desserts of the universe.
French, Vivian –
Space Dog finds treasure (59
pages) Mischievous space pirates, led by the wicked
Eyepatch, plan to
birthday treasure-chest surprise. Will Space Dog
be able to foil their
dastardly plans? Never fear when Space Dog is near!
Space Dog to the rescue (60
pages) The sun is up, and the moons are sleeping
-- all except one. Beeper
gooey tears that are dripping all over Planet Beep.
Will everyone on planet Beep drown in green cheese?
Space Dog comes
to the rescue!
Gaarder, Jostein - Hello? Is
anybody there? (143 pages) While waiting
for the birth of his baby brother,
is visited by
a strange child from another planet, and the two
discover that they, and their planets, share many
as well as
Gallagher, Diana G. – Star
Trek, Deep Space 9 series Before
your favorite DS9 characters were even on
DS9 they were children attending the Starfleet Academy,
in this series for kids and teens.
- Club Earth (152 pages) When their
house becomes a vacation resort for aliens from other
Will enjoy the excitement before finally finding
a way to get rid of their free-loading guests.
David - Chess with a dragon (207
pages) Humanity tries to escape enslavement by intergalactic
Gilden, Mel -
Harry Newberry and the Raiders of the Red Drink (151
pages) Comic-book fan Harry becomes convinced that
is really the super hero Tuatara especially when
he tries to help her
fight the evil Bonnie Android.
Planetoid of Amazement (215
pages) Following strange instructions that come
in the mail, fourteen-year-old
Rodney meets two
furry aliens who are collecting artifacts for an
the House of Amazement on Hutzenklutz Station.
Star Trek, Deep Space 9 series Before
your favorite DS9 characters were even on DS9 they
attending the Starfleet
Academy, follow their adventures in this series
for kids and teens.
Return of Captain Conquer (153
pages) Thirteen-year-old Watson Congruent and a
group of fans dedicated
to an old science fiction
television series discover an alien plot to conquer
Greenburg, Dan – Zack Files
Greer, Gery – Jason
and the aliens down the street (94
pages) Jason meets Cooper Vor and Lootna, aliens
now living on Earth, and travels with them to a
distant planet in an attempt to retrieve a stolen energy
Greer, Gery –
Max and me and the time machine (114
pages) Steve buys a time machine at a garage sale
Max to the year
1250, where they land in the middle of a jousting
match, with the fierce Sir Bevis as an enemy. Braille.
: Braille Institute of America.
Max and me and the Wild West (138
pages) Steve and his friend Max use their time
machine to return
boom town in the old Wild West where they pursue
Gentleman John Hooten, the Rhyming Robber of the
Griffin, Peni R. - Otto from
pages) A ten-year-old alien boy travels through an interdimensional
enter the lives of fifth grader Paula and her boisterous
Griffith, Helen V. - Journal
of a teenage genius (121 pages) In a series of
journal entries, a young scientist
his less-than-successful experiments and trips
into the past using his neighbor's time machine.
Dorothy F. - Secret life of Dilly McBean (202
pages) After being orphaned at an early age and spending
in boarding schools, Dilly begins a new life in
a real house in
a small town, developing secret magnetic powers
under the tutelage of a kindly professor, until he is kidnapped
a madman who
plans to control the world with a computer.
Margaret Peterson - Among the hidden (153
pages) In a future where the Population Police enforce
law limiting a family to only two children, Luke
all his twelve
years in isolation and fear on his family's farm,
until another "third" convinces
him that the government is wrong.
A. - Time for the stars (244
pages) For a telepathic twin on an exploratory
pass, yet, when he returns to Earth his brother
is ready to celebrate his ninetieth birthday.
Douglas Arthur –
Huntsman (132 pages) An unusual
foundling who has grown up as the adopted son of
a huntsman sets
off on a quest
his family from alien begins.
Warriors of the wasteland (130
pages) Second vol. of a trilogy of which the 1st
is The huntsman.
and his Bloodkin friend Baer approach the Wastelands
in their relentless search for Finn's foster sister
Jena, captive of
the Slavers, while they are pursued in turn by
the malevolent Claw.
Hoover, H. M. –
Away is a strange place to be (167
pages) When she is kidnapped from the Earth in
2349 to serve
on an artificial
world under construction, twelve-year-old Abby
must cooperate with her fellow prisoner Bryan, a
rich boy, in
order to plan an escape.
Delikon (148 pages) Many generations
after the Delikons have conquered and reordered
of power and organization
begins to crumble.
Only (122 pages) Twelve-year-old
Cody discovers that the Terran Corporation, in
the intelligent native inhabitants, giant insectlike
creatures with their own language and religion.
Orvis (186 pages) On an Earth
that has become an inhospitable wilderness, Toby
and her friend Thaddeus
lost in "the empty" with Orvis, an obsolete
robot who is their only hope of protection and
This time of darkness (161
pages) Although both know it is forbidden, Amy
and Axel hope that by
ramps leading upward they can escape from their
Howarth, Lesley –
MapHead: the return (236 pages)
MapHead, a boy with strange powers from a parallel
his father for the first time and returns to Rubytown
to find his own destiny.
Weather eye (224 pages) It
is the dawn of the twenty-first century and all
around the earth the weather is
rapidly changing. A violent wind sends a piece
of farm equipment
the air, nearly killing thirteen-year-old Telly
Craven. When she awakens, she is changed -- and
what she must
Hughes, Monica –
Golden Aquarians (182 pages)
Walt Elliot goes with the father he hasn't seen
for years to the planet
that his father's project threatens the existence
of a highly intelligent native species.
Invitation to the game (183
pages) Unemployed after high school in the highly
robotic society of 2154,
resign themselves to a boring existence in their "Designated
Area" until the government invites them to
play The Game.
Hughes, Monica – Keeper
of the Isis light (136 pages) Sixteen-year-old
Olwen, who lives alone on the planet
Isis with her faithful robot, falls tragically in love
arrival from earth who is unaware that her natural
form has been hidden
in a humanlike space suit.
Hughes, Ted - Iron giant:
a story in five nights (79 pages)
The fearsome iron giant becomes a hero
a huge space monster. Based on the movie.
Homeward Bounders (224 pages)
Once he becomes a pawn in a game played by a powerful
group he calls them,
is repeatedly catapulted through space and time.
Tale of Time City (268 pages)
In 1939 an eleven-year-old London girl is kidnapped
to Time City, a place
existing outside the
stream of time and manipulating the history of
humanity, where she finds the inhabitants facing
hour of crisis.
Karl, Jean - Strange tomorrow (135 pages) After
an alien power wipes out most of life on Earth,
struggle to survive.
King-Smith, Dick - Harriet's
hare (104 pages) A young girl's
life with her father on their farm in England
when she befriends a talking hare that is really
a shape-changing alien.
Klause, Annette Curtis -
Alien Secrets (227 pages) On her
journey to the distant planet where her parents
Puck befriends a troubled alien and becomes involved
in a dangerous mystery involving a precious artifact.
L’engle, Madeline –
Many Waters (310 pages) The
fifteen-year-old Murry twins, Sandy and Dennys,
are accidentally sent
back to a strange
time period, in which mythical beasts roam the
desert and a man named Noah is building a boat in
Wind in the door (211 pages)
With Meg Murry's help, the dragons her six-year-old
brother saw in the
vegetable garden play an
important part in his struggle between life and
death. Dragons ? Not really, but an entity, a being
by far than dragons;
and the encounter with this alien creature is only
first step that leads Meg, Calvin, and Mr. Jenkins
out into galactic
space, and then into the unimaginably small world
of a mitochondrion. And, at last, safely, triumphantly,
(sequel to Wrinkle
Wrinkle in Time (211 pages)
Newbery award title. Meg Murry and her friends
become involved with
and a search for Meg's father, who has disappeared
in secret work for the government.
Lowry, Lois - Giver (180 pages) Newbery
Award winner. No crime. No disease. No choices. Can Jonas
price for living
in a perfect world?
Mackel, Kathy - Can of worms (146
pages) When a frustrated plea to the universe attracts
a motley crew of aliens
determined to rescue him, Mike Pillsbury decides
he isn't quite ready
to relinquish life on Earth. Will his visitors,
who all have something at stake, let him stay?
Gregory - I feel like the Morning Star (273
pages) Three teenagers in a post-holocaust survival
that their shelter has become a prison and decide
to break out.
Mahy, Margaret -
Aliens in the family (174
pages) Jake Raven, expecting to dislike her new
stepsister and stepbrother,
ends up helping them protect
an alien from another dimension as he flees from
mysterious pursuers with the ability to alter time.
Greatest show off earth (186
pages) Delphinium spends her tenth birthday aboard
a traveling space
the dark forces who are bent on stamping out fun.
McIntyre, Vonda N - Barbary (192 pages)
Orphaned Barbary finds a new home on a space station but
to protect her pet cat Mickey.
A. - Moon and the face (146
pages) Kyreol's mission to another planet and Terje's
to observe their
old river home both meet with unexpected dangers
and an eventual melding of very different cultures.
Norton, Andre -
Star Ka'ats and the winged warriors (123
pages) The Star Ka'ats make an interplanetary journey
to another ka'at
colony where life forms have grown to monstrous
and nearly exterminated the ka'at colonists.
Robert C. - Z for Zachariah (249
pages) A young girl things that she is the only survival
until she sees smoke in the distance.
Out of time - stories compiled by Aidan Chambers
(186 pages) A collection of ten futuristic stories
adult fiction, including Robert Westall and Joan
Paton Walsh, Jill –
Green Book (71 pages) When
a group of Britons leave a dying Earth to live
on the planet Shine, the
Through the courage of the children, they are able
Torch (175 pages) Cal and
Dio set out, along with a few of their friends,
on an extraordinary journey
torch's true meaning and to find its home.
Transall Saga (248 pages)
Mark is transported by a blue light to a primitive
seeming world where
White Fox chronicles (281
pages) Having been imprisoned when the Confederation
of Consolidated Republics,
a foreign power,
conquered Los Angeles in 2056, fourteen-year-old
Cody escapes and endures hardship to become the
underground hero the
Peck, Richard –
Great interactive dream machine (149
pages) Sequel to Lost in Cyberspace. Josh Lewis's
has turned his computer into a wish-granting machine.
there are a few bugs in the system. Nobody knows
when the computer
will interactivate next! When a mysterious spy
called The Watcher starts monitoring the boys' every
Lost in Cyberspace (151 pages)
While dealing with changes at home, sixth-grader
Josh and his friend
at their New York prep school to travel through
time, learning some secrets from the school's past
Pedersen, Ted - Star trek, deep space
2099 series - The year is
2099. Doomsday is coming, the world is falling
apart. Devon is the evil genius
and Tristan is the normal kid whose top secret
past holds the key to stopping Devon. Follow their adventures
Diadem series – Diadem
is the circuit of all worlds, three kids are taken
from their worlds
into a new dimension
to try to save it from destruction. This 6 book
series follows their adventures, see if they can
Outer Limits Series – based
on the popular television series.
Star Trek Deep Space Nine Series – based
on the television series. Follow the adventures
of Jake, Nog and their friends
on Deep Space Nine.
Pinkwater, Daniel Manus -
Borgel (170 pages) Melvin
recounts his extraordinary adventures in time and
space with his 111-year-old
sort of great-Uncle
Fat men from Space (57 pages)
Through his radio tooth, William learns of an invasion
taking all of earth's
supply of junk food.
Lizard music (157 pages) When
left to take care of himself, a young boy becomes
involved with a
lizards who tell him of a little-known invasion
from outer space.
Ned Feldman, space pirate (47
pages) One day when Ned's parents are out, he meets
Captain Lumpy Lugo,
pirate who comes
from the galaxy Foon-ping-baba, and they spend
the afternoon travelling through outer space.
Alfred - Kiteman of Karanga (217
pages) Banished from his homeland for cowardice, Karl
glider to fly across the "endless" desert
where he faces unkind odds against surviving, and
ultimately reaches a new
land which contains perils of its own.
Enid - Glass bird (107 pages)
On his way home from school, eight-year-old Adam
that seems to be alive and when he shares this
discovery, he finds what he wants most, a friend.
Davis - Girl with the silver eyes (181
pages) A 10-year-old girl, who has always looked
other children, discovers that she not only has
unusual powers but
that there are others like her.
Rubinstein, Gillian –
Skymaze (183 pages) Sequel
to Space Demons. Andrew, Mario, Elaine, and Ben
are plummeted into a world
when they become trapped in a computer game. Suddenly,
are characters on a screen, drawn into a network
of shimmering images, battling unseen demons--and
Space demons (198 pages) Twelve-year-old
Andrew, bored with life, becomes obsessed with
which has the power to zap him and his friends
into a dangerous world of menacing space warriors.
Sharman Apt. - Humpbacked fluteplayer (179
pages) While on a school field trip, May and Evan
transported back in time and made slaves by one
of the warring Indian tribes who lived in the Arizona
Ryan, Mary C. - Me two (179 pages)
Lazy thirteen-year-old Wilf accidentally clones himself
a science experiment
awry, and the clone proves to be more of a help
than a hindrance.
Scieszka, Jon – Time
Warp Trio (55-78
pages) Adventure series in which three friends Joe, Fred,
are sent back in time to experience various events.
Deborah – Kid Who Got Zapped Through Time (154
pages) When Flattop Kincaid buys a used video game at
market, he finds himself in the Middle Ages among
peasants who think he is a deranged member of the nobility.
Michael – Gemini Game (159
pages) When players of their virtual reality computer
game fall into
a coma, Liz and BJ O'Connor, teenage owners of a computer
flee from the police in an attempt to locate a
copy of their game and correct the programming.
Stories for the New Millinium (119
This collection of eight short stories by such
authors as Madeleine L'Engle, Richard Peck, Rita
and Nancy Springer
explores the world's future through the eyes of
Service, Pamela F. -
Stinker from space (83 pages)
An agent of the Sylon Confederacy, fleeing from
enemy ships, crash lands
on Earth, transfers
his mind to the body of a skunk, and enlists the
aid of two children
in getting back to his home planet.
Stinker's return (87 pages)
Alien agent Tsynq Yr, still inhabiting the body
of a skunk, returns to
and Karen's help in finding a souvenir from Washington,
D.C., for a threatening space despot. Sequel to "Stinker
Under alien stars (214 pages)
Jason resents his mother's friendliness toward
the military commander
alien forces that have
subjugated Earth, until he finds himself and the
commander's teenage daughter fighting on the same
another, much deadlier alien race invading the
Weirdos of the Universe, Unite! (136
pages) Dedicated weirdos Mandy and Owen accidentally
summon up five
mythological beings, who need their aid in defending
Earth from space
Sheldon, Dyan -
Harry and Chicken (77 pages)
In Harry and Chicken, Chicken adopts a stray cat,
Harry, who is actually
an alien from
the planet Arcana.
Harry the explorer (79 pages)
In Harry the explorer, Chicken's cat Harry takes
her on an adventure that
gets her into
all kinds of trouble.
Dark side of nowhere (185
pages) Las Vegas...it's not. For Jason Miller,
Billington is the definition
he and his friends are trapped inside a Norman
Rockwell painting. But a mysterious death changes
The town has
been keeping a secret. A dark secret that shatters
his world and changes everything Jason thought
he knew about
who he is.
Downsiders (246 pages) When
fourteen-year-old Lindsay meets Talon and discovers
the Downsiders world
which had evolved
from the subway built in New York in 1867 by Alfred
Ely Beach, she and her new friend experience the
their two cultures.
Simons, Jamie – Goners
series Four teens from the
future time-travel to Earth. They’re aliens from
the planet Roma, sudents at the Diplomatic Universal Headquarters,
accidentally stumble upon a failed peace mission
to Earth and the secret of the “Goners”, alien
missionaries who got trapped in time and left behind.
Gloria – Virtual War (157
pages) War has become a computer game played on a universal
is the fourteen-year-old genetically engineered
to be the best at the game. When he meets his teammates,
Sleator, William –
Boltzmon! (150 pages) A boltzmon,
remnant of a black hole, materializes in eleven-year-old
Chris’s bedroom and
transports him to a parallel world, where he encounters
the bitter woman
his overbearing older sister will become, after
his death, if he cannot convince her to change.
Boxes (196 pages) When she
opens two strange boxes left in her care by her
mysterious uncle, fifteen-year-old
a swarm of telepathic creatures and unleashes a
power capable of slowing down time
Boy who reversed himself (167
pages) When Laura discovers that the unpopular
boy living next door
to her has
the ability to
go into the fourth dimension, she makes the dangerous
decision to accompany him on his journeys there.
House of stairs (166 pages)
Five fifteen-year-old orphans of widely varying
placed in a house of endless stairs as subjects
for a psychological experiment on conditioned human
Interstellar pig (197 pages)
Barney's boring seaside vacation suddenly becomes
more interesting when
the cottage next
door is occupied by three exotic neighbors who
are addicted to
a game they call "Interstellar Pig"
Into the dream (137 pages)
When two youngsters realize they are having the
same frightening dream,
for an explanation for this mysterious coincidence.
Night the heads came (154
pages) When aliens abduct both Leo and his artist
friend Tim, Leo tries to
determine why these
creatures from outer space want particularly to
Slote, Alfred –
Clone catcher (154 pages)
In the twenty-first century Arthur Dunn is summoned
to Australia to track down
a runaway clone
urgently needed to provide vital organ transplants
for her parent, the superb actress Lady Kate.
My robot buddy (92 pages)
On Jack's tenth birthday, his parents give him
just what he wants - a robot.
Danny One, and he looks just like Jack, except
for his stiff-in-the-knees robot walk. He can do
can do, from fourth-grade
math to fishing, and much more besides. It's a
good thing too, because Jack needs all the help
get in order
an evil robotnapper!
My Trip to Alpha I (96 pages)
Voya-code is the most sophisticated form of interplanetary
Jack only a few
seconds to get to the planet where his aunt lives,
six million light
years away. Jack has gone to Alpha I to help his
aunt move to Earth. But Aunt Katherine is acting
not like herself at all. And Frank and Ruth Arbo,
manage her fantastically wealthy mining company,
seem down-right sinister. What on Earth--or Alpha
Omega Station (147 pages)
Jack Jameson and his robot twin, Danny One, must
save the universe from
Slote, Alfred – Trouble
on Janus (175
pages) Jack and his robot buddy, Danny One, set off for
to rescue the young King Paul from his conniving
Spinner, Stephanie - Aliens
for dinner (78
pages) Aric the alien returns to Earth to help Richard
world from an invasion of Dwilbs, pollution-loving
aliens who want to turn the planet into a toxic
Standiford, Natalie –
Space Dog and Roy (74 pages)
Roy Barnes has always wanted a dog, but his father
is allergic to dogs.
Then, an alien
the planet Qrxztlq crashes in Roy's backyard. He
looks just like a dog, and he agrees to act as
so that his secret
scouting mission to Earth will not be revealed.
Space Dog and the pet show (74
pages) Roy decides to enter Space Dog in the local
pet show, hoping
a real dog instead of the extraterrestrial being
that he is.
Space Dog in trouble (74 pages)
Second in the Space Dog series. Roy and his family
go away for the
Space Dog is
left on his own. In order to escape the attentions
of Blanche the poodle, he runs out of the yard
and is picked up by the Save-a-Stray Animal Shelter.
is adopted by the Cranstons, and is forced to behave
just like a dog.
Stevermer, Caroline - River
pages) Nearly twenty years after the holocaust called the
modern civilization, Tomcat and a group of other
orphans face danger
as they steer an old steamboat over the toxic waters
of the Mississippi River.
Strickland, Brad –
Crisis on Vulcan (116 pages)
Part of the Star Trek Starfleet Academy series.
Before your favorite
Star Trek Original
series were aboard the Starship Enterprise, they
Academy, follow Spock in his adventures from this
series written for kids and teens.
Nova command (116 pages) Part
of the Star Trek, the next generation Starfleet
Academy series -
the Next Generation characters were aboard the
Starship Enterprise, they attended Starfleet Academy,
Picard in his adventures
from this series written for kids and teens.
Starfall (111 pages) Part
of the Star Trek, the next generation Starfleet
Academy series - Before
favorite Star Trek,
the Next Generation characters were aboard the
Starship Enterprise, they attended Starfleet Academy,
Picard in his adventures
from this series written for kids and teens.
Star ghost (118 pages)
Part of the Star trek, deep space nine series
Stephanie S. - Welcome to the Ark (250
pages) In a violent near future 4 teenagers,
and 2 boys, participate in
an experiment, which may be the only hope for
the future of Earth.
Thompson, Colin – Future
Eden: A Brief History of Next Time (248
In the year 2287, with the human race dwindled
to only a few thousand, Jay has survived on his
his pet chicken
Ethel for company. Now Ethel declares she is an
all-powerful being from another galaxy, and that
two will save the world.
Tomorrowland: Stories About
the Future (193 pages)
A collection of ten stories about the future, by
such authors as Lois Lowry, Katherine Paterson,
Vornholt, John - Aftershock (116 page)
(Part of Star Trek Starfleet Academy series) Before your
were aboard the Starship Enterprise, they attended
Starfleet Academy, follow McCoy in his adventures
from this series
written for kids and teens.
Westwood, Chris - Virtual
world (217 pages) Fourteen-year-old
Jack North finds himself literally drawn into the
frightening world of what he thinks is a new virtual
Why I left Harry's all-night hamburgers,
and other stories from Isaac Asimov's science fiction
magazine (285 pages)
Wilkes, Marilyn Z. –
C.L.U.T.Z. (120 page) Eleven-year-old
Rodney makes a new friend when a broken-down robot
with an almost
to work for his family.
C.L.U.T.Z. and the fizzion
formula (136 pages) Eleven-year-old Rodney, his
guardian robot Clutz,
and his dog Aurora
are taken for industrial spies when they wander
into a soda
a new secret product named Fizzion is being manufactured.
Windsor, Patricia - Blooding (281 pages)
While spending the summer working as an au pair girl for
in England, Maris discovers that the husband is
a werewolf intent on
her and making her one too.
Wisler, G. Clifton – Mind
trap (118 pages) Scott's identity
as a telepathic alien from another planet
may be exposed when
he's imprisoned in a research institute for psychic
children run by a mysterious doctor.
- Star wind (181 pages) Camden
returns from a month at camp to find her best friend
frighteningly changed and devoted to a mysterious
young man named WT-3.
Yep, Laurence – Sweetwater (201
pages)A boy and his people, colonists on the planet Harmony,
try to save
their way of life.
Yolen, Jane & Bruce Coville -
Armageddon Summer (266 pages) In the year 2000,
on July 27th, the world will end
Will Jed and Marina be among the survivors?
13 short stories about school life, fads, inventions,
and cultural activities in the
such authors as Connie
Wells, Peg Kerr, and Bruce Coville. Selected by