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"Eudora’s passion for STEM and eclectic family and friends—including her older human sister, her adoptive wolf-like mother and octopus-like father, and her mischievous bunny-dragon hybrid pet, Bologna—will entertain readers." - Publishers Weekly
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"The Great Engine Room Takeover is a must-read for children who aspire to leave their mark in the world in an unforgettable and brilliant way, indeed one which has the world speaking their name in awe for generations to come." - Reader's Favorite (5 Star Review)
"Eudora Space Kid: The Great Engine Room Takeover will indeed win an audience among inquisitive, inventive-minded youngsters who like to push boundaries and reach for the stars." - Chanticleer Book Reviews (5 Star Review)
"A fun-fueled tale of a young girl chasing down her dreams at light speed, this is an accessible and entertaining start to the series."  - Self-Publishing Review (4.5 Star Review)
"Eudora is fun, easy to relate to, and intelligent. As she tells her story, readers are invited to share in her curiosity, her passion for knowledge and STEM..." - The Children's Book Review
"Horn’s fast-paced, space-themed drama will intrigue and entertain young readers." - Kirkus Reviews
"Sure to excite young readers, the welcoming science fiction novel Eudora Space Kid explores the galaxy via an audacious girl." - Foreword Clarion Reviews (4 Star Review)
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"...This book would be a great inspiration to younger kids and especially girls to become more interested in STEM..." - (5 Star Review)
"...Will have readers of all ages in stitches..." - BookLife Reviews
"...the perfect ticket to outer space encounters and adventure..." - Midwest Book Review

The first in a new series of hilariously funny, early reader sci-fi chapter books perfect for elementary-aged kids. Meet Eudora Jenkins, the math and science whiz who lives in SPACE!

Eudora is a normal 3rd grader. A normal 3rd grader who lives on a 36 deck AstroLiner. In space. A normal girl adopted by what you might call… aliens. Whose mom is a dog-like species named a Pox and runs the onboard jail (brig) and whose dad is an octopus-like species from the planet Pow. A girl who has normal ambitions, like being the chief engineer on an AstroLiner.


A girl who comes up with a plan to prove her worth by improving her AstroLiner’s engines and breaking all known speed records. Will she succeed and earn a promotion? Or will she end up in the brig? Again...

Brilliant for engaging emergent and early chapter book readers. And with hilarious illustrations by Talitha Shipman

Book 2 - The Lobster Tale

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"This series teaches values of friendship, perseverance, family, and diversity. Space adventure complemented with clean humor makes Eudora Space kid a fun read that both children and parents can sit and read together." - Reader's Favorite (5 Star Review)
"Horn’s book is sure to leave its young readers tickled pink and eager for another sequel." – BlueInk Review (Starred Review)
"...Eudora’s penchant for outlandish action … make this playful space yarn a winner." - BookLife Reviews
"Children will be magnetized by the latest tale of Eudora's shenanigans, supported perfectly by the energetic, illustrations by Deven Hoover." - Chanticleer Book Reviews (5 Star Review)
"… an upbeat work that makes a fine chapter-book diversion for young readers." - Kirkus Reviews
"This series celebrates STEM and shows kids just how much fun science and math can be." – The Children’s Book Review
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"I highly recommend this book to elementary schoolers looking for a fun and exciting read!" – (5 Star Review)
"...a zany, whimsical space story that invites young readers on a rollicking ride through homework, the universe, and a young girl's determination..." – D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

The greatest lobster heist in space! The second in the Eudora Space Kid series: a hilariously funny, early reader sci-fi chapter book perfect for elementary-aged kids. Can Eudora and her best friend, Arnold, rescue her favorite lobsters from becoming the next meal at the spaceship’s New Year’s buffet?

Eudora is a normal third grader who just happens to live on a 36 deck AstroLiner. In SPACE! As a math and science whiz who’s been adopted by what you might call . . . aliens, she has normal ambitions—like being the chief engineer on an AstroLiner. But when her favorite lobsters on board appear on the menu at Chef Franklin’s dinner buffet, Eudora and her best friend, Arnold, hatch a plan to break them out. Will they save their crustacean friends? Or will they end up locked in the ship’s brig? Again . . .

Brilliant for engaging emergent and early chapter book readers. Featuring amazing illustrations by Deven Hoover. 

Book 3 - Do the Robot! 

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"Charms readers once again with another wacky and hilarious adventure set in deep space" - Reader's Favorite (5 Star Review)
"Each scene of Do the Robot! is filled with suspense, excitement, science, and space exploration." - Chanticleer Book Reviews (5 Star Review)
"Readers of all ages... will surely savor another installment with this gleefully brash and brainy girl." - Kirkus Reviews
"Horn is a master at putting Eudora in hilarious, precarious situations where the catalyst is always an emotion that’s relatable to young readers." – BlueInk Review (Starred Review)
"Libraries… will find Book 3, Eudora Space Kid: Do the Robot!, a fine blend of humor, problem-solving approaches, and action and adventure." – D. Donovan, Sr. Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

Book 4 - The Greatest Matchmaker in Space! 
Available June 1, 2023

Ebook Preorder Now!

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"One can indeed fall in love with Eudora's character, which is both flawed and charming. Children will love reading it." - Reader's Favorite (5 Star Review)
"...packed with laughs, cosmic adventure, and even a little romance." - BookLife Reviews
"A fun and engaging installment to an impressive series – both in storytelling and presentation."  - Self-Publishing Review (4.5 Star Review)
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