Stellarcadia is by Julie Anne Grasso, and this printable is to accompany the novel in classrooms and homeschools. Mother Daughter Book Reviews is pleased to be hosting a Book Blast for the third and final book in the “Adventures of Caramel Cardamom” middle grade science fiction trilogy by Julie Anne Grasso: “Stellarcadia“.
Title: Stellarcadia (Adventures of Caramel Cardamom, Book 3) | Author: Julie Anne Grasso | Publication Date: December 24, 2014 | Publisher: Independent | Pages: 128 | Recommended Ages: 8 to 12
Book Description: Caramel Cinnamon is one lucky elf. She can hardly believe she’s invited to attend the first Intergalactic Youth Summit, on-board the Stellarcadia. Her friends can’t wait to go “hyper,” but even the thought of it chills Caramel to the bone. However, nothing could compare to the icy reception she receives upon her arrival. Keen to get to the bottom of it, Caramel stumbles on a dangerous conspiracy, but no one will believe her. In the exciting conclusion to The Adventures of Caramel Cardamom Trilogy, Caramel will have to do more than outwit her enemies, she will have to convince her friends to take her seriously. For ages 8-12. *Non-affiliate links for Wise Owl Factory.
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“The book is also a perfect mix of magic, science, and technology. Don’t be surprised if readers get to use their imaginations and learn something. Julie Anne Grasso has proven herself to be an original and versatile author…” ~ 5 Stars, Ilana W., Amazon
“Couldn’t put it down.” ~ Jemima P., Goodreads
About the Author: Julie Anne Grasso
With a background in paediatric nursing, Julie Anne Grasso spent many years literally wrapping children in cotton wool. Every day she witnessed great courage and resilience from the tiny people she cared for, which inspired her to write stories to encourage and entertain them.
She lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband Danny and their little girl, Giselle.
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Stellarcadia Companion Freebie
Free printable book companion activity pages to accompany Stellarcadia will open here at this link, or click on the photo below.
What I love about the Caramel Cardamon Trilogy is the heroine is small and has a handicap yet solves issues well beyond her years which still being a nice person. It is wonderful that such a person is the center of the story. This story helps students empathize with her while simultaneously being impressed with her cosmic talents and abilities, and knowing she won’t miss a beat and will solve any problems that come her way. She has a talented group of interstellar friends who each have their own talents and demonstrate caring for one another. This is a great read and I’m sad the trilogy is over! I’m looking forward to more books by Julie Anne Grasso.
This particular book is about a very wicked plan which takes 50 young space cadets away from home by luring them on a spaceship. Representing their own home areas, they make awesome presentations from a podium before going to a cosmic amusement park. However, it is a trap and could have turned out very badly if not for Caramel’s dream walking and other abilities as well as clever last minute thinking.
Thank you for reading, Carolyn