Middle Grade Science Fiction Quotes

Quotes tagged as "middle-grade-science-fiction" Showing 1-5 of 5
Steven J. Carroll
“It is good practice to never fault someone for their birth name, being that it is always of far greater importance how men speak of you, than the name by which you are addressed.”
Steven J. Carroll, A Prince of Earth

Mary G. Thompson
“I'd always known that when you went through one of these doors, you went to another planet, and that that other planet might be so far away, you couldn't fly there in spaceship in a million years. Somehow, the whole thing had never seemed strange before today.”
Mary G. Thompson, Escape from the Pipe Men!

Steven J. Carroll
“And it is a strange thing about love... it is that it can take a strength that would seem otherwise insignificant and transform it into a hardly quenchable power.”
Steven J. Carroll, Worlds Unending

Mary G. Thompson
“A head began emerging out of the darkness. It had two large antennae growing out of its forehead, with nothing recognizable as eyes. A mouth in the middle of its face opened in what I hoped was a smile. At least there weren't any sharp teeth.”
Mary G. Thompson, Escape from the Pipe Men!

Steven J. Carroll
“And, to be true, an enemy's lair is an enemy's lair, no matter how comfortable or fancy it might appear.”
Steven J. Carroll, A Prince of Earth