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Stowaway by John David Anderson Blog Tour

Science fiction is a powerful genre. It allows our minds to travel into the unknown - exploring the things we think or believe may one day be possible through science. While we are there, we can contemplate philosophical and moral issues from our own day, but from the safety of a future "what if" scenario. Back in my very early blogging days (2012 seems like a lifetime ago, right?), I posted about the power of "what if" and science fiction . There are not nearly as many science fiction books published for middle grade readers as there should be! I've loved every book I've read by John David Anderson, so when I heard that he was putting out the first book in a science fiction duology for middle grade readers, I jumped at the chance to read an ARC and share my thoughts about the book.  Here is the publisher's summary: About the Book: The beloved author of Posted and Ms. Bixby's Last Day returns with the first book in a coming-of-age sci-fi duology abou