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When Akiko's Smoovian friends, Poog, Mr. Beeba, Gax, and Spuckler Boach, swing by to pick her up in an astroshuttle, she's feeling bored with her normal life and more than ready to go--anywhere. What she doesn't know is that King Froptoppit has enrolled them all in the Intergalactic Space Patrollers Training Camp on Zarga Baffa. Every planet in the universe relies on patroWhen Akiko's Smoovian friends, Poog, Mr. Beeba, Gax, and Spuckler Boach, swing by to pick her up in an astroshuttle, she's feeling bored with her normal life and more than ready to go--anywhere. What she doesn't know is that King Froptoppit has enrolled them all in the Intergalactic Space Patrollers Training Camp on Zarga Baffa. Every planet in the universe relies on patrollers for protection, but no one from Smoo has ever graduated. Akiko and her crew are the planet's last hope. After a freak accident at nearby Virpling Canyon, Akiko's crew faces the ultimate final exam. Will Akiko go home, leaving the rescuing to others? Or will she stay and risk everything? From the Hardcover edition....

Title : Akiko: The Training Master
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ISBN : 9780440418948
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 207 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Akiko: The Training Master Reviews

  • Conan Tigard
    2020-01-21 09:59

    First of all, let me say that I have loved the Akiko books for many years. It is one of my favorite series to read. I found that Akiko: The Training Master is another great book in this series and well worth the read. I quite enjoyed learning about Akiko and all of her friends as they trained to become space patrollers. And poor Akiko, her training master is so hard on her. She always seems to be failing at all of her tasks.The only reason I had a small problem with this book was because Mark Crilley changed the look of Akiko. Yes, Akiko is growing up. She has moved into fifth grade, but Mr. Crilley changed her look to reflect this. Of did he? Unfortunately, he made Akiko look like she was 16, not 11. I found that the further I got into the book, the more this bothered me. The good news is that Mr. Crilley fixed this in the next Akiko book and she now looks age appropriate. Yea!Overall, I highly enjoyed Akiko: The Training Master and young readers will too. I look forward to the further adventures of Akiko and her gang of misfits in Akiko: Pieces of Gax.I rated this book an 8½ out of 10.

  • Emily
    2020-01-25 12:02

    A story about grade-grubbing? Perhaps all is not what it seems....

  • faiza
    2020-01-14 05:55

    This is a funny book about a girl named Akiko who travels to different planets saving the world

  • Dana
    2020-01-26 04:56

    I really hope to buy this or get it from a library so that I can read it and continue the series.