Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat and the Space Station (英語) ペーパーバック – 2011/10
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Boing-Boing the cat is back--this time with new bionic powers that give him the ability to launch into space, and beyond! The story of Daniel continues here: the boy who loves cats but is very allergic to their fur, and who had a bionic cat built for him by his neighbor and engineer, Professor George. Boing-Boing is just like a real cat, but with fiber-optic fur, computer-controlled joints, electronic eyes, and ceramic-sensor whiskers. In this fifth installment to the series, Boing-Boing and Daniel defy gravity to take on an adventure in space, where they must save the Space Station from falling to earth.
Larry Hench is a world-renowned scientist with a specialty in bioceramics. His children's books extend his love of teaching, science, and engineering to a new generation. Everything built into the stories is scientifically valid and could be done. He is the author of the Boing-Boing the Bionic Cat series. Tom Morgan-Jones, aka Inky Mess, is an award-winning illustrator whose work is widely and internationally published, from children's books and magazines to satirical board games. He is the illustrator of "Mission: Explore," "Mission: Explore Camping," and "Mission: Explore on the Road."