Akiko in the Sprubly Islands (Akiko) free read Á 6

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Akiko in the Sprubly Islands (Akiko) free read Á 6 ´ In this companion novel to Akiko on the Planet Smoo fourth grade earthling Akiko and her odd team are on a journey to save the kidnapped Prince Froptoppit from the evil Alia Rellapor Unfortunately on their way to Alia Rellapor's castle the group has gotten lost while sailing oveRellapor's castle the group has gotten lost while sailing over the Moonguzzit Sea in their flying boat With no maps available the team's best hope is to find ueen Pwip of the Sprubly Islands a clairvoyant who will be. This book is about Akiko who is traveling with her space friends who have to travel to save the prince However when a storm hits their ship they end up swimming to the shore of the sprubly islands There they await the help of the evil ueen However there is something strange about the inhibitants of the islandI thought this book was very boring I wouldn't read it unless you have a lower reading level It wasn't suspensful and part of a trilogy that I didn't want to keep reading

Mark Crilley é 6 review

Able to point them in the right direction But the Sprubly Islands aren't like Akiko's hometown and when Spuckler and Mr Beeba disappear one night Akiko is left to decide how she is to survive in this strange new worl. I read this story because I was curious about what is popular with pre teensteens The story is imaginative and well written It is sprinkled with tidbits of wisdom nicely worked into the tale I enjoyed reading it

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Akiko in the Sprubly Islands AkikoIn this companion novel to Akiko on the Planet Smoo fourth grade earthling Akiko and her odd team are on a journey to save the kidnapped Prince Froptoppit from the evil Alia Rellapor Unfortunately on their way to Alia. I have looked forward to picking up the second book in this seriesand I wasn't disappointed with Akiko in the Sprubly Islands Akiko is a perfect character for children to read about Never one to be a leader back in her hometown on Earth she is thrust into the role of leading the rescue of a young princeI uite enjoy seeing her make decisions and become a leader The band of misfits she travels with are fun and seem to find themselves in all kinds of trouble everywhere they go But they compliment each other well and they are able to escape unharmed from all their adventuresMark Crilley has done a wonderful job in creating characters that are easy for a younger audience to relate to The wondrous journey that he has created will leave the reading craving for and I wonder what will happen when this series continues in Akiko and the Great Wall of TruddI rated this book an 8 out of 10