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Book Title: Ants In Space (Kweezy Capolza Books, #1)|
The author of the book: G.J. Griffiths
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Date of issue: June 20th 2016
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Read full description of the books Ants In Space (Kweezy Capolza Books, #1):Would you like an adventure on another planet?
This is just one of the questions Lara and her sister, Eva, must answer one sunny day in their garden. They wonder, how will they return to Earth in time for lunch? And how will they get there when the aliens' spaceship is so small?
When it's only big enough for ants!
But their help is needed on the planet Zeegrazzalo- Jeewoppza so off they go - into the unknown. Their feelings of helplessness only start to fade after a flight across the planet's Outerlands, in Kweezy Capolza's hummingcraft. Maybe, just maybe, the sisters can find some solutions to the aliens' problems. However, they think they might need their mother's help and she is back on Earth!
Read information about the authorG J Griffiths is a UK baby-boomer who worked for quite a while in the Photographic industry before becoming a Science teacher for about twenty years. He likes reading, walking in the countryside, DIY, birdwatching and being a Grandad. When he retired he thought he would like to write a novel, which soon became four then five. So why did he write the first one?
Watching the programs on TV, entitled “Who Do They Think They Are?” about different people looking into their ancestral past and seemingly becoming very upset about certain individuals in their pedigree, he wondered about how much their emotions had been stirred by forebears, such as cousins, grandparents and even great grandparents. After all they had never met them or never even knew about their existence prior to their research. The tears, regrets and often anger, that became evident on the screen, betrayed how delicate feelings may often lie beneath one’s skin - but are still, nevertheless, very near the surface.
At the same time he had been reading Winston Churchill's volumes about the Second World War and also reading about the Battle of the Bulge, of Band of Brothers fame. It occurred to G J Griffiths: What if someone was looking into their ancestry and discovered that their forefather was involved in a plot to assassinate a famous general from WW2? What if that general was George S Patton who was so vital in relieving the US troops trapped in the Battle of the Bulge? He had read that Patton often could be a thorn in the side of his senior officers at that time.
When G J started writing Fallen Hero he was already well into writing the collection of stories later to become his second book: So What! Stories or Whatever! But the general direction of the plot, for So What! and many of its characters, was not properly formed at that time. Then along came the idea for Fallen Hero and so that took over for the next 18 months.
Originally, after he had retired from teaching G J Griffiths just wanted to write and write about many of the kids he had taught and tell his readers about some of their hilarious tales. But after a while he realised that so many of the stories would be tinged with sadness or tragedy of poignant moments, and that it was not going to be just another book of funny stories. If he was going to include some of the difficulties that the kids' teachers also faced, many times a day sometimes, then he had to also write about why they had wanted to come into education, and more importantly, why they were determined to stay in it.
Thus, Robert Jeffrey was "born" and his story is gradually unfolded and woven between the assorted students' stories collected together in the book. Robert's determination to become what he feels is a good teacher became a main theme throughout the novel. There was a danger then that the book would become a continuous whinge from yet another cynical, grumbling teacher. Enter Kyle Crabbe, the bully, and some of the tales begin to have a sinister theme to them. With that stage set it meant that G J could lead the reader up a path that would allow a twist to it - for the reader to be surprised – even to be very surprised!
G J Griffiths has now completed three novels in the “So What! Stories” series of books. As well as volume 1 there is So What's Next! and So What Do I Do? with each book on a quite different theme. G J believes that each novel in a series should be carefully crafted so that each may be read as a stand-alone book, so that is what they are. That is not to mean favourite characters from the previous book(s) are all omitted; two or three will re-appear to intrigue the reader in a new plot. More details may be found under their relevant pages. There is also a "box set" ebook of all 3 novels, “So What! Stories -The Trilogy”.
His latest book, Ants In Space is an illustrated children’s Sci-fi adventure and is a new and exciting venture for the author.
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