Book Feature: E-Babe by Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins

by | Sep 26, 2020 | Book Feature | 0 comments

E-Babe is a children’s sci-fi story written by Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins.

Children’s sci-fi stories are not common. In recent years, we have only seen a handful of published works that adopt science fiction themes in children’s books. Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin’s Danny Dunn series and Chris Van Allsburg’s Zathura are just some of the works that come to mind whenever we think of children’s sci-fi books. In March 2019, author Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins published a unique science fiction narrative entitled E-Babe. ReadersMagnet takes a closer look.

E-Babe is literally an out-of-this-world children’s story.

E-Babe is a sci-fi children’s book written by Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins. It was published early last year. The book follows the adventure three detectives who work for the Milky Way Space patrol Station in outer space. Their story begins with the supposed “disappearance” First Lady Indria and her two children. One morning, President Abraham Colleton wakes up to find her wife missing as well as their two young children. The whole White House is thrown into chaos as everyone is sent in a panic frenzy to find the First Lady and the children aboard the missing ship. Little did everyone know that First Lady Indria is only visiting Indria’s home planet. By not letting anyone know about her plans, many people get involved in the search including the Vice President and his family. Since it is only a day before the Christmas party for students and parents, and a very special present is aboard the missing ship, the president is desperately seeking everyone’s help. Fortunately, Vice President Leonard Maxey knows someone who is capable of solving the crisis.

E-Babe by Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins is an adventure story that promises to capture children’s interest in science, especially about space travel. The book provides good materials and is guaranteed to introduce young readers to the wonderful world of both literature and space exploration. Filled with general information, beautiful narrative, and exciting adventure, E-Babe is one children’s book you shouldn’t miss.

Prediction Stories and other works by Colleton-Akins

Prediction Stories is Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins’ second book and among her most notable work aside from E-Babe. It is a personal work that features her family’s history and tradition. In this book, we get a glimpse of the author’s childhood, family background, and how her love for books and storytelling began. Published in 2016, Prediction Stories is a collection of narratives that deal mostly with the Hester family’s tradition of telling stories. Aside from Prediction Stories, Colleton-Akins is also the author of the following:

· My Experience (October 2017)

·        Liz Refuse to Fall (September 2018)

· Two Trees (March 2018)

· Alvin Can’t Jump (April 2019)

To know more about Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins and her works, you can grab copies of her published books, or visit her author website today.

About Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins

Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins is from Jacksonville, Florida. Colleton-Akins’ love for writing when she was very young. She started writing when she was only three years old with the help of her father. His father loves to read to them interesting stories every Friday night. He would read to them stories about the past, and other interesting topics. Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins holds a Ph.D. and has attended several colleges and universities. She is the Director and Private owner of Hester Tutoring Program in Walterboro, South Carolina, and Jacksonville, Florida. 

Aside from E-Babe, she also published several books. Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins has four children and six grandchildren. Currently, Jacquelyn Hester Colleton-Akins is living in Walterboro, South Carolina. 

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