Teens Read Classic Science Fiction
Annotation:284 p. (Gr 9-12) Arthur Dent barely escapes the destruction of earth to make way for an intergalactic highway. Soon, Arthur and his friend Ford are traversing the galaxy causing mayhem and havoc in this hilarious story.
Annotation:218 p. (Gr 7-12) Robots must follow the three laws of robotics. That makes them predictable, right? But they just may surprise you in this collection of stories by the ultimate name in science fiction.
Annotation:480 p. (Gr 7-12) Captain Cordelia Naismith is sent deep into an enemy star system to destroy an armada but falls victim to treachery and must make an alliance with her chief opponent, Aral Vorkosigan, "The Butcher of Komarr."
Annotation:291 p. (Gr 9-12) When engineer Dan Davis invents a robot that can do almost anything, his greedy fiancé tricks him into a thirty year suspended animation, where he discovers that he can travel back in time and get revenge.
Annotation:197 p. (Gr 7-9) What begins as a boring summer for Barney at his family's rented beach house ends up as an addiction to a life and death board game.
Annotation:216 p. (Gr 9-12) A psychologist finds that children born after a local nuclear accident are super geniuses. He founds a school for the "gifted" kids- but is the world ready to accept them? Said to be the inspiration for the X-Men comic.