Science Of Defying Gravity By L.G. Reed is Luciana V’s first book back, and now instead of answering questions we get a full book review from this 10-year-old reader.
The book Science of Defying Gravity by L.G. Reed is a great book and really shows how hard work and perseverance pays off.
I really enjoyed this book because it is so inspiring and is a great book for any age level. I really like the main character, Cassie because she does things she might not want to do in order to reach her dream. That shows both dedication and motivation. I love all of the character and really liked all of their personalities. I love what Cassie wants to be when she grows up, because it shows the reader that you can become anything you cant to be if you put your mind to it.
Another thing I really enjoyed about the book is Cassie’s friends. I like all the history Emma and Cassie have and her other friend Wiley who always supports her. I also really like all the details in the story, it is great that Cassie keeps pushing herself no matter how hard it gets. There is a lot of trial and error and yet she didn’t give up. She worked so hard to try to achieve her goal. There are twists and turn that will keep you on your toes and wanting more. When I was reading it I couldn’t put the book down. This is an adventurous and inspiring story with amazing characters with awesome personalities.
I loved this story and would read it again and again. This is an amazing book and I’m so glad I got to read it. Overall this is a book you should read with great characters and exciting adventures.
THE SCIENCE OF DEFYING GRAVITY is a middle-grade STEM based novel. 11-year-old Cassie films her life. She loves movies and dreams of becoming a movie director in space. When her plans to go to Space Camp are derailed by the closing of the plant her dad works for, she must win a science fair to earn a scholarship to attend. Spunk, a caring teacher, an engineering mentor and her friends keep her dream on track.
Contained within THE SCIENCE OF DEFYING GRAVITY is an actual science fair project, including tables and charts for kids to see. The project covers the four forces of flight–lift, thrust, gravity and drag–which are embedded in the fictional story but are factually accurate and have been verified by working engineers and engineering students.
Note: Science Of Defying Gravity by L.G. Reed was provided for review by Keyes Canyon Press