Akiko and the Intergalactic Zoo

Mark Crilley


Akiko and the Intergalactic Zoo

Akiko and the Intergalactic Zoo

  • Title: Akiko and the Intergalactic Zoo
  • Author: Mark Crilley
  • ISBN: 9780440418917
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback



Akiko starts Grade 5, leader of the safety patrol From planet Smoo, the King, grateful for his son s rescue last year, sends Akiko, Spuckler Boach, Gax, Poog, and Mr Beeba on a paid vacation to planet Quilk, home of the Intergalactic Zoo Creatures wander in every shape, color, and size, hard to distinguish from visitors How will Akiko escape when the zookeeper adds herAkiko starts Grade 5, leader of the safety patrol From planet Smoo, the King, grateful for his son s rescue last year, sends Akiko, Spuckler Boach, Gax, Poog, and Mr Beeba on a paid vacation to planet Quilk, home of the Intergalactic Zoo Creatures wander in every shape, color, and size, hard to distinguish from visitors How will Akiko escape when the zookeeper adds her to his personal collection


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Akiko is an average girl who just so happens to get abducted by aliens now and again. Her latest adventure finds her on the planet Quilk visiting the renowned Intergalactic Zoo. Everything seems to be going well - they are even met by the owner who offers them VIP treatment - until things start to go very wrong. Yunk, the owner sees an opportunity to add an 'Earthian' to his collection, and attempts to kidnap Akiko. Luckily her friends are there to come to her rescue.Even though Akiko and the In [...]

Akiko, a 12 year old girl is the kind of person who loves adventures. She has gone through a lot of danger where she fought different kind of aliens with different skills and evil plans. In this book she faces a new kind of danger where she will be kidnapped and there is no way to escape. Akiko and the Intergalactic Zoo by Mark Crilley is one of the best books of this series that I’ve ever read. It has its own unique plot that differentiates it from the whole series and other books. In this bo [...]

Akiko returns in her first adventure after her initial four-part series (Akiko on the Planet Smoo, Akiko in the Sprubly Islands, Akiko and the Great Wall of Trudd and Akiko in the Castle of Alia Rellapor) in Akiko and the Intergalactic Zoo. Written and drawn by Mark Crilley, Akiko is a book for all ages, whether the Young Adult is reading it themselves, or an adult is reading the book to their child.I really enjoyed reading about these five strange friends as they go on vacation in a very intere [...]

As I child, I remember finding this book at my schools library, taking it home with me, and reading it. I found it on and bought it as an adult only to reread it. This book is about a young girl Akiko who often times runs off with a couple of rather comedic alien friends and has all kinds of adventures. The adventure in this book is meant to be a vacation for the characters since Akiko refuses to go until they told her how relaxing it would be. Nothing goes quite right unfortunately when the ma [...]

This was not our favorite Akiko, but it wasn't bad. Akiko is rewarded with a trip from King Froptoppit to thank her for rescuing the prince. Being Earthian is not all it's cracked up to be, however, and Mr. Yunk thinks she's a treasure to put in his private zoo. I read another review of this book that screamed "Body shaming!" which is absolutely not the case. Yunk keeps Akiko with plans to assimilate her into his private collection when she is mature. Until that time, he feeds her much as we wou [...]

This was a book I read to my son for bedtime over the last week and a half. I found it dull, and unimaginative. It borrows character types from every well known sci-fi movie, and a story that was very predictable. However, my son (who is 6) enjoyed it and has asked that we try to find more Akiko stories. I probably should rate this book higher since it wasn't written for someone of my age. My advise, let your kid read it themselves.

OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Blew me away. Def top 10 favorites. It had my heart pounding when Yunk captured her and knocked her out with chloroform. You think these are kids books butere's a lot of action. And Mr. Beeba's vocabulary. Slay. AND THE PICTURES!! They keep me entertained and help me visualize what I'm reading.

I like this book because it has lots of really crazy animals and sometimes I wish I were there, too.

Actual rating: 4.5 stars.Really good! I love Spuckler and the gang, and I really liked this plot idea. Great read!

After the original quadrilogy, the series kinda went downhill, starting with this one. The rest of the "Akiko" series just don't have the same humor, heart, or adventure as installments 1-4.

Looked up words in dictionary for homework assignment in Jan 2010.Read again Sept 2010

Not quite as exuberant as the story arc in books 1-4, and the catfighting between Akiko and the first other female adventurer in the series was most unwelcome.


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