Alien Invaders

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Raven Tree Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
3 Reviews
Bugs in the garden? Or are they alien invaders? A curious child compares small garden creatures to what he knows of space invaders. Antennas? Shiny armor and helmets? Are these Earth dwellers or something "out of this world"? Creepy crawlers abound in wacky, far--out colored pencil illustrations.

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User Review  - kristenpittenger - LibraryThing

I really did enjoy this story about the little boy looking at the insects as aliens. One of the things I enjoy most, is that they put the English in one color, and the Spanish in another. I really ... Read full review

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User Review  - Cheryl - Goodreads

I read the bilingual Spanish/English version to a group of first graders. They loved the text and the illustrations give a mild sci-fi feeling to the book. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Lynn Huggins Cooper is author of over 80 books geared for parents and children. She is a regular contributor to the magazines, Times Educational Supplement, Nursery Education, Prima, Disney Explorer BBC Learning.

Bonnie Leick grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin. Bonnie broke into the world of children's books by selling a piece of artwork at the SCBWI's 2003 art auction in New York. She illustrated her first children's picture book, Alien Invaders/Invasores extraterrestres, for Raven Tree Press.

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