About Lill and Mewe: Mission to Zanda
Book three of the Lill and Mewe series
Children of all ages will enjoy the sci-fi adventure Lill and Mewe:
Mission to Zanda.
The Martians have officially entered into their age of space exploration. MARSA and the MMSC have formulated a plan for space travel well beyond the Milky Way Galaxy. After testing a theory using a probe, they realized they have to first travel backwards to find a specific wormhole. This would prove to be the shortcut to bridge part of the 2.5 million light years to reach planet Zanda in the Andromeda Galaxy. But where in the galaxy did they find this ‘super’ wormhole? What big surprise does MARSA have for the mission crew?
Lill and Mewe trek to Turtle Run Creek to see the rare turtle hatchlings that happen every 40 years. It appears the turtles communicate with each other very well. Like any little community, the turtles each have their own task to perform. When Mewe gets too close to some young turtles she is smacked and hissed at by a turtle that protects them. Mewe hissed back but understood they protect their young turtles at all costs. Do the turtles have any enemies? Is it possible for turtles and cats to become friends?
Merak stays behind on this mission, but manages to create his own imaginary creatures at the Amusphere. During one of his holographic battles with otherworldly aliens, the program malfunctions and he is left to fend for himself. What happens?
The MMSC mission crew set off on their mission to Zanda. It is the first time the Martians are invited to join the United Alliance of Planets conference on that faraway planet. This takes place when the five blue moons align. It takes almost two weeks to reach their destination. Danger lurks along the way. Who or what do they encounter? What is a Pree? Is there trouble brewing in the universe?
Find out the answers to these questions and learn how Earth is connected to all of this when you arrive on planet Zanda.
Jane E Lane
Jean grew up in the once active steel town of
Ohio. Since then, she has moved
area and considers this her home. Shortly afterwards, she met and later married
her husband Ken; now they have a home just northwest of Orlando, Florida Orlando.
She studied Journalism at Writers Institute and Finance at
. Most of her life included
working in Accounting and Purchasing. Although she liked working with numbers,
she knew she had an aptitude for writing at an early age. Jean had poems
published in Seacoast Life Magazine, Wide Open Magazine, and was a poetic
contributor to The Copy Desk Flash, a school newspaper. Later she signed a
contract with Creative Directions as a free-lance writer of verse for greeting
It was her love of science and science fiction that prompted her to write her first children’s novel, “Lill and Mewe and the Secrets of Mars”, the first of her series. Her inspiration came with the birth of her niece Lily and shortly afterwards a nephew, Andrew. As with all children, she wanted them to enjoy reading…and there’s nothing like a good adventure.
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