The Jupiter Chronicles

The Jupiter Chronicles by Leonardo Ramirez

The Jupiter ChroniclesWhen I was growing up, I was not a huge fan of reading.  In fact I didn’t find it fun but as an adult I enjoy reading.  I remember during summer reading programs or during the school year, I always had a habit of picking up the same books over and over again.  I loved reading the same type of books that I did find enjoyable.  I don’t know why I did this when I was younger, but I am glad that I ditched that habit because reading the same book over and over would get boring.  As a mom, I know that it is important for kids to learn how to read and learn to enjoy it. Reading has many benefits and it is fun to do on a hot summer day when it is too hot to go outside.

I was approached by Leonado Ramirez and he asked me if I was interested in reading his book: “The Jupiter Chronicles: The Secret of the Great Red Spot“.  I gladly accepted the opportunity because it looked like a book that my oldest son might be interested in reading this summer.

Disclosure:  I did receive this book in exchange for a review.  All opinions of this book are my own and I wouldn’t recommend products that I don’t enjoy.  

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The “The Jupiter Chronicles: The Secret of the Great Red Spot” is a fun and easy to read book.  My favorite part of this book was how the author incorporated a bit of Jupiter’s history into the story line and I was able to connect with the characters.  Camilla is a single mother who desperately wants what is best for her children, after losing her husband suddenly.  This book was written for children ages 6 to 10 but that all depends on your child’s reading level and has some real life topics that kids can relate to.  As a mom, I know all about the reality of sibling rivalry and how siblings love to pick on each other.

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11 responses to “The Jupiter Chronicles by Leonardo Ramirez”

  1. DelSheree Avatar

    Thanks for the review, Christy. This sounds like a really fun book my kids will enjoy. I’ll have to go check it out. Thanks!

    1. Christy Avatar

      Your welcome, I hope that your kids enjoy it too.

  2. Raine Avatar

    Sounds like a great book! Just about right for my son too – he’s 6 so maybe in a year or so.

    1. Christy Avatar

      It was an easy read and would be perfect in a year. Thank you for stopping by.

  3. rhonda Avatar

    Very drawn in. Sounds like from the time they go into the land through the telescope, it is quite an adventure for both kids and adults! Thanks for a great review. This sounds like a really goo dbook.

    1. Christy Avatar

      Thank you for reading Rhonda, it was a fun book to read and share.

  4. Pepper Tan Avatar

    I think I’m lucky that I was able to get my daughter interested in reading at an early age. That book may be something she’d be interested in, since she comes from a single parent family.

    1. Christy Avatar

      That is awesome that you taught your daughter at an early age to enjoy reading.

  5. Pamela R Avatar

    my daughter -11 love to read everything!! She’d find this book fascinating!

  6. Lexie Lane Avatar

    Great review Christy. I used to love reading as a kid and sure hope my son would too some day. This sounds like it could be great for him and if he DOES like reading, then I’m sure it would be one he’d like.

    1. Christy Avatar

      Thank you Lexie. 🙂