Rat Trap by Michael J. Daley

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In this adventure of genetically engineered rats, evil scientists, and some scientists who may just save the day, young readers will be thrilled to welcome back Jeff and Rat in this charming sequel to "Space Station Rat".

About Michael J. Daley

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Michael J. Daley has enjoyed a lifelong love of science, spaceships, and science fiction. He writes his stories on a solar-powered laptop in a five-foot by five-foot square tower room. This keeps him well acquainted with the cramped conditions in spaceships and space stations! There's a warm place in his heart for rodents of all kinds--unless they are chewing acorns in the tower walls. When not traveling the stars, Michael lives in Westminster, Vermont with his wife, children's author Jessie Haas. Visit his website www.michaeljdaley.com or www.spacestationrat.com for more information.
Published May 1, 2008 by Holiday House. 212 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books. Fiction

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In a space station far far away lives one escaped lab rat with an extraordinary knowledge of all things human, one boy who is ignored by his scientist parents and one single-minded robot named Nanny.

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Everyone on the space station believes Rat was killed in the battle with Nanny, a terrifying robot run amok.

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