Can of Worms

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Avon Books, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 146 pages
4 Reviews
Fellow citizens of the galaxy: I do not belong on this planet.I am being held against my will, trapped by ignorance and cruelty. You must save me. Take me away from this. I am desperately in need of your assistance. Please help me. Mike Pillsbury.

When a frustrated plea to the universe attracts a motley crew of aliens determined to rescue him, Mike Pillsbury decides he isn't quite ready to relinquish life on Earth. Will his visitors, who all have something at stake, let him stay?

00-01 Sunshine State Young Reader's Award Masterlist (Gr. 6-8) and 00-01 Young Reader's Choice Award Program Masterlist

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Review: Can of Worms (Mike Pillsbury #1)

User Review  - Raegan - Goodreads

I like the book because I can relate with mike, because we have all felt like we don't belong at I've point it another, but there will always be someone who makes you feel like you DO belong. At first the book was easy to follow but it got confusing and hard to follow. But, I still enjoyed the book Read full review

Review: Can of Worms (Mike Pillsbury #1)

User Review  - Matt M. - Goodreads

I liked it. The book was wierd because it was about worms and it used basketball in it. Read full review


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Kathryn Mackel is a best-selling author and acclaimed screenwriter for Disney and Fox. She was on the screenwriting team for "Left Behind: The Movie" and Frank Peretti's "Hangman's Curse". She is the acclaimed author of "The Surrogate", "The Departed", and "The Hidden" and resides in Boston, Massachusetts, with her husband.

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