Parasite Pig

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Firebird, Feb 10, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 212 pages
12 Reviews
Barneys stuck at a boring after-school job, earning money to repay his parents after their beach house is destroyed in a battle with aliens. Of course, they don't believe that aliens did the damage. No one, in fact, realizes that sixteen-year-old Barney saved the world by outsmarting the visitors at their violent game, Interstellar Pig. No one but the aliensand for them the game is far from over. Barney is about to become the unwilling partner of a chatty intestinal parasite; the potential snack of giant, man-eating crabs; and the competitor of a stinger-happy seven-foot wasp woman. Life just got a lot more interesting....

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Review: Parasite Pig (Interstellar Pig #2)

User Review  - Julie Decker - Goodreads

In the previous book, Interstellar Pig, Barney dueled with aliens and saved the world, but his parents are ticked that he destroyed their beach house. Amusing himself playing the board game version of ... Read full review

Review: Parasite Pig (Interstellar Pig #2)

User Review  - Grant Ansert - Goodreads

Although not as good as Interstellar Pig, there is enough here to easily entertain. I read Interstellar Pig to my students every year and they always have the same question- what happens next? This book is a nice sequel and leaves you feeling a bit better at the end. Read full review


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