Item description for Space Cadet vs. Drama Queen (Serenity) by Realbuzz Studios...
Overview After seeing a predictable horror movie, Serenity and her friends decide that they can do a better job and set out to make their own movie. Tim's video camera and the amateur scripts he has written are immediately put to use, but sparks start to fly between the girls over who will be the leading lady! Volumes 7-10 in the Serenity series all feature two stories: the continuation of Serenity's adventures and a bonus "movie" that has been created by Serenity and her friends. In volume #7, the movie is an outer space horror story called "Terror from the Tarantula Nebula."
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.97" Width: 5.56" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.52 lbs.
Release Date Jan 31, 2008
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Series Serenity - Thomas Nelson
Series Number 7
ISBN 1595543945 ISBN13 9781595543943
Reviews - What do customers think about Space Cadet vs. Drama Queen (Serenity)?
I own 10 of these books!! Apr 9, 2009
My kids REALLY enjoy these books and they come to me with LOTS of questions about the characters and why they do certain things. I OWN 10 of these books and LOVE THEM! You don't have to be into Japanese art or Manga or even know what those terms are...
I work with youth full time and THIS is the way that many of them act. The questions presented are ones that they have, the situations are realistic and in REAL LIFE, these are the kind of characters I have in my youth group. They are relational for kids in the teenage and tweenage years, but are not written for Suzie Sunday School as their crowd. They are aimed at presenting the Gospel to kids who would normally not even be interested. Serenity accepts Christ in Book SIX but it is important to see what it took to get her there.
BOTTOM LINE: This series IS racey, to reach the "right crowd" but not inappropriately so. The topics are edgy, but not anything that teens and tweens aren't experiencing in your OWN living rooms and schools. They are also inexpensive and entertaining, but not for us, 20's to 30's. Those that didn't think thre was adequate character development or that the characters were flat, you're right...but you should probably be reading something more on level!