Orphaned 14 years ago, it’s hard for Paul to believe he’s found a clue that could lead him to what he’s missed his entire life–a real family.
Without wasting any time, he sets out on a quest like no other! And when Missy joins him unexpectedly, their adventure turns into a hilarious mystery filled with danger and intrigue.
Will Paul ever find his real parents? Why are the forces of darkness working so hard to keep him from the truth?
Only a steadfast heart and a deep understanding of his relationship with God will send him in the right direction!
About the Series
Give your kids the action-packed, Christian adventure series that will keep them turning the pages! Perfect for reluctant readers, the Commander Kellie and the Superkids Adventures is the futuristic novel series that parents can trust. Based on the characters from Kenneth Copeland Ministries’ children’s movies, you’ll see these ordinary kids do extraordinary things as they boldly live out their faith.
- The Quest for the Second Half
Commander Kellie & the Superkids Adventures #2
- Author: Christopher P.N. Maselli
- Publisher: KCP / Harrison House
- Series: Commander Kellie and the Superkids Adventures
- Categories: Middle Grade (Ages 8-14), Christian
“The Quest for the Second Half is my wife’s favorite of the first four Superkid adventures. I wrote it nearly a year after #1: The Mysterious Presence, and in retrospect, I can see how my writing ability grew between the two novels. This was the first novel where I really got to explore Paul’s history and play with Missy’s personality. It was quite fun to write.” – Chris
- The original draft of this book had a dramatically different ending than what was finally printed. To find out what the original ending was, read Missy’s suggestion on page 104.
- Mr. Fifopolis’ nickname, Fiffer, was actually my nickname when I was a toddler. I couldn’t say “Christopher,” so “Fiffer” was all that came out. To this day, my aunt still calls me “Fiffer.”
- Note that Paul finds a picture of “Shea Brown.” Just before printing, I was able to squeeze in this reference to Mashela, who doesn’t appear until novel number #4.