It's February 7, 2027—World Peace Day—and everyone is celebrating. Sarah has plans to spin into the Web and access GulliverZone, a theme park based on Jonathan Swift's works. But much to her dismay, she not only has to take her annoying little brother along, she also has to take the most unpopular girl in school.

When they get to GulliverZone, Sarah discovers that things in the Web aren't always what they seem to be—and can be more dangerous than anyone suspected.

The first book in a series for readers 10 and up, it is perfect for children starting to show an interest in science fiction. The setting is fantastic enough to be interesting, and Sarah's narration offers plenty of explanation in an engaging, enjoyable way. (May, 109 pp., $5.99)
Reviewed by: 
Natalie A. Luhrs