Praise for Sci-Fi Junior High: Crash Landing:
"Corny jokes, wacky high jinks, a supervillain bunny, and engaging illustrations keep the pages turning.... Wacky out-of-this-world fun."—Kirkus Reviews
"Black and white illustrations...give Martin and Seegert's work the accessibility of a beginner's graphic novel and provide an extra punch to the fart jokes and wordplay this story thrives on. ... Overall, this is a funny take on middle school that strikes a chord closer to home than its intergalactic setting."—Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books
"More riotous high jinks on the high frontier."—Booklist
Praise for Sci-Fi Junior High:
A 2017 Parents' Choice Award® winner!
"A diverse crew of extraterrestrial life forms [are] amusingly brought to life in Martin's comic panels.... Echoes of comic books, Star Wars, and 1950s sci-fi classics resound."—Kirkus Reviews
"Easily digestible segments, [and] sheaves of cartoons...are interspersed throughout the text, boosting the comedic action into even higher orbit. A crowd pleaser."
"A fun [...] extraterrestrial adventure.... Punchy black-and-white spot illustrations and comics sequences appear throughout, playing up the slapstick humor."—Publisher's Weekly
"It's a classic trope executed so funnily that it manages to seem fresh.
Amusing black and white illustrations pepper the text. There's plenty
here to warrant another outing with Kelvin in a sequel."—Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
"SCI-FI JUNIOR HIGH is packed with not just galactic-scale laughs, but also genuine middle-school appeal. Saving the universe has never been so much fun!"—Gordon Korman, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Masterminds, Swindle and The 39 Clues
"The Final Frontier of funny! Attention all librarians: order extra copies of Sci-Fi Junior High as the waiting list will be long, persistent and potentially riotous. The funny is strong with this one."
—Jake Marcionette, New York Times bestselling author of the Just Jake series
"A sci-fi book for young readers... exciting and interesting enough to hold their attention."—Library Connection