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Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Granola Bars and Spaceships by Geneva Vand

Granola Bars and Spaceships

"Granola Bars and Spaceships is a fun, light, well-crafted tale of love across the universe. I enjoyed every minute!"

"When I saw the title I looked forward to reading the book, it sounded fun and it was. Swift easy to read light hearted fun. There was just enough clever thought-provoking content in the story to stop and make you think. for instance, we all have that experience of thinking we've seen something move out of the corner of our eye, but when we look more closely there is nothing there, or is there?"


In the middle of a training trip, Keeska’s shuttle navigation fails and strands Keeska on Earth—alone, no way to contact home, and with no chance of help from the locals…until one does.

When Eric starts leaving food in front of an abandoned storefront in the crappy strip mall by his house, he thought he was helping a dog or a homeless kid. He gets the shock of his life when he discovers an alien instead. Not sure what else to do, especially with the alien bleeding and in shock, Eric realizes he’s about to have an unusual houseguest.

But as Keeska’s health improves, they both forget that Keeska should probably be finding a way home. As they grow increasingly close, they are forced to figure out the answers to questions they never thought would have to be asked…

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Tags: rainbow awards 2018-2019
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