In this audio collection of the complete Star-Fighters of Murphy Street series, kids 9-12 can enjoy the thrilling and humorous adventures of three friends who discover the spaceship-shaped tree house in the backyard is actually a portal to other dimensions. Each story explores themes of friendship, faith, overcoming bullying, and what it means to love yourself and others.
Perfect for reluctant readers, kids who enjoy space and adventure, and anyone looking for a laugh, the complete Star-Fighters of Murphy Street series is now available in one audio download!
Star-Fighters of Murphy Street Audio Collection features:
Imaginative stories that also help kids think deeper about the world around them
Narratives that explore empathy, helping others in need, and standing up for what is right
Entertaining plotlines and characters gently paired with inspirational messages and moral values
In addition, this audio download is:
ideal for birthdays, Christmas, or any gift-giving occasion
wonderful for summer reading, travel, or listening around the house
great for reluctant readers, kids who love funny books, as well as sci-fi and fantasy fans ages 9-12
The Star-Fighters of Murphy Street Audio Collection includes:
There’s a Spaceship in My Tree!: Soon after moving halfway across the country and into his strangely designed house, Beamer and his new friends Ghoulie and Scilla must deal with a gang of bullies in their neighborhood, as well as a group of cruel aliens they meet after discovering Beamer’s tree house can take them to outer space.
Attack of the Spiderbots: As if having a working spaceship in the backyard wasn’t strange enough, Beamer finds a giant web in the attic that is way too big to be made by a spider. Soon after, he and his friends follow mechanical spider creatures to an abandoned mansion. Are the machines and the web connected? And are their new adventures in the spaceship leading them to help a boy named Jack as well as the machines’ inventor?
Escape from the Drooling Octopod!: What seemed to be an easy task of dropping off some supplies to a homeschooled girl turns into an adventure none of the star-fighter friends saw coming. Why can’t the girl leave her home? Is the spaceship signaling she needs to be rescued? Will the giant spider ever leave them alone? And why is everything so pink?