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Ada Hopper Books In Order

Publication Order of The DATA Set Books

Don't Disturb the Dinosaurs (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
March of the Mini Beasts (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Sky Is Falling (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Robots Rule the School (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
A Case of the Clones (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Invasion of the Insects (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Out of Remote Control (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Ada Hopper is an author of fiction. Her books are mainly for children and are illustrated.

Ada Hopper says that ever since she was little, she has noticed that she is actually very inventive. It seems that to her there was nothing that she could not take little trinkets and junk and fix. Maybe it would be some tweezers and a rubber band slapped on something, and when she needed a literary answer instead of a practical one, she would go to the library.

As a child, she would also go over the fence in the backyard in order to get out and play and escape from being inside of the house. When she was a child she really enjoyed writing as well as reading. The magic of a good book and the worlds that it can bring you to was not lost on Ada. To this day, she loves reading and writing for the very same reasons.

She does manage to work and write a lot, but when she is not doing that, Ada likes to go and enjoy hitting the town and singing some good old fashioned karaoke. When Ada Hopper is not busy doing that, she also likes to hang out and spend some quality time with her family and try to go on an adventure every once in a while.

Hopper is the author of the DATA Set series. This is a series that is for kids and there are tons of colorful illustrations hidden away inside for kids to enjoy and look through as a result! This series kicked off in 2014 with the release of the first book in the series, which was titled March of the Mini Beasts.

Kids of any age will love this series; if they are old enough to read, they can read it to themselves. If they aren’t old enough to read, they can enjoy having it be read to them! There are also several books in this series, so you can read on knowing that you have a few more you can check out if you really like them.

March of the Mini Beasts is the first book in the DATA Set Series by Ada Hopper. If you are looking for a book with some light hearted action and adventure and maybe a little bit of trouble, you have come to the right place. The DATA Set was designed for young readers and this chapter book makes easing into reading chapters fun!

This book asks the question of what you would do if you had a crazy scientist for your next door neighbor. If they were living right next to you, what would you do? It’s not a problem that everyone faces it, but sometimes people do face this type of problem.

Laura lives on a quiet neighborhood, and so does Gabe and Cesar. They are each pretty smart in their own right and are considered more or less ‘whiz’ kids at their elementary school, Newtonburg Elementary. Each of them has decided to take a specialty on a certain topic.

Everyone knows them in town by the name of the Data Set. That’s what they are called and together they make a comprehensive unit that can cover pretty much any topic flawlessly. The kids enjoy learning and specializing in school. However, everything seems to change a little bit from what they are used to when a new figure comes into the landscape and their lives.

The Doctor Gustav Bunsen is a crazy scientist that does what he can to throw these kids immediately into a series of adventures that seems to never stop. The scientist is full of plans and his only goal besides inventing things and toying with science is to spread chaos.

He’s recently invented a growth ray that is capable of making anything that it hits come to life and also they don’t just come to life. They come to life and they are also at the same time growing many times in size! So now there are beasts that used to be mini that are now extra large.

The DATA kids are really into their new pets. But then they start increasing in size. This is a big deal when you have a chimp and an elephant in addition to a dinosaur. The animals eventually scatter and go somewhere else, but the Data team knows that they have to get out there and try and track the former mini beasts and the mad scientist down so that all of this can stop for good.

Their goal is to catch the animals before they become so large that they really start to cause damage in town. Can the Data kids do that, or are they matched unfairly in this one? Read Ada Hopper’s first book in this series to find out!

Don’t Disturb the Dinosaurs is the second novel in Ada Hopper’s DATA Set Series for children. If you or your child enjoyed the first book, then this sequel is worth a look!

Everyone’s favorite whiz kids are back, and this time the Data Set find that they are actually stuck in the middle of an era– the prehistoric era!

The mad doctor Bunsen is still somehow in their lives, and thanks to him, the kids have been set back in time. It’s all because of his latest invention. The Data Set are shocked and they all have different reactions. Laura is cautious and says that the team needs to avoid touching anything. Gabe is really happy.

Laura thinks that if they touch anything and they are really in the past, they could somehow hurt the future in a big way. They do seem to have authentically traveled through time. However, they find themselves caught smack dab in the middle of the action.

The Data group runs from a variety of dinosaurs from pterosaurs to stegosaurus stampedes to a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Can the group survive this crazy time, or are they doomed to watch any chance of getting back to reality slip away? Read Hopper’s fun second book in the DATA Set series, Don’t Disturb the Dinosaurs, to catch the time-traveling action first hand!

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