You Can't Have My Planet: But Take My Brother, Please

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Macmillan, Apr 10, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 245 pages
8 Reviews
Thirteen-year-old Giles is the last person anyone would expect to save the planet. he's not as charming as his little sister, and not as brainy as his goody-goody older brother. But when Giles witnesses an alien realtor showing Earth to possible new tenants, he knows he'd better do something. With the help of an alien "attorney" and the maddest scientist in middle-grade fiction, Giles just might save humans from eviction from Earth. Let's hope so. The alternatives are...not so hospitable.
  

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Review: You Can't Have My Planet, But Take My Brother, Please

User Review  - Noah Kellstedt - Goodreads

P.1 to p.36 In the begining of the the book we meet Giles an ordinary boy who is always in the shadow of his older brother. P.36 to p.65 In this part of the book Giles meet a group of friendly aliens ... Read full review

Review: You Can't Have My Planet, But Take My Brother, Please

User Review  - Chocolate Eating - Goodreads

Hilarious. Laugh out loud funny. The Eco-message is powerful but not preachy, featuring robots that can turn paper back into trees. My granddaughter couldn't put it down. Highly recommended for elementary school kids, anyone who likes to laugh and all those who care about the planet! Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
2
Section 2
9
Section 3
25
Section 4
36
Section 5
43
Section 6
53
Section 7
59
Section 8
71
Section 14
137
Section 15
147
Section 16
158
Section 17
174
Section 18
181
Section 19
191
Section 20
200
Section 21
209

Section 9
82
Section 10
93
Section 11
99
Section 12
109
Section 13
123
Section 22
220
Section 23
225
Section 24
235
Section 25
241
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James Mihaley has milked cows. He drove 1,000 miles in one day for a rock concert. Once, he almost got eaten by a shark. He lives in L.A., where he avoids the paparazzi and feeds the pigeons. This is his first novel.

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