Alien Invaders/Invasores Extraterrestres

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National Book Network, Jun 1, 2005 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Bugs in the garden? Or are they really alien invaders? A small child compares the physical resemblance of small garden creatures to what they know of space invaders. Bichos en el jardín? O extraterrestres? Un niño compara las criaturas pequeñas del jardín con lo que conoce sobre invasores extraterrestres.

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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

ALIEN INVADERS/INVASORES EXTRATERRESTRES: Invasores Extraterrestres

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A young boy is convinced that an alien invasion from outer space has already occurred: The invaders are insects. He notes their modes of transport (flying and diving), their robotic legs and shiny ... Read full review

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About the author (2005)

Lynn Huggins - Cooper loves bugs! Growing up in Sussex, England, her childhood was spent on 'small game safaris' in the garden or at the beach. When she was a teacher, Lynn's classroom was an Aladdin's cave of bug tanks, tadpole bowls, critter cages and vivariums. Now Lynn loves to bug hunt with her own children on their small farm in County Durham, England, where she gardens organically. She spends her spare time building ponds and wildlife gardens for her family and local schools, or looking after her larger pets and 'writing advisors: hens, doves, guinea pigs, six lazy cats, two silly sheepdogs; Gracie and Sweetpea the goats, Khola the pony and her foal... But Lynns favorite thing to do in the garden is to lie in the grass watching the insect world march by.

Bonnie Leick grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin. From there, she went to Southern California. While attending Cal Arts (California Institute of the Arts), she sold her student film, Better Than Grass, to the Spike and Mike Festival of Animation. She earned her BFA in Film/Video Character Animation and entered the world of animation, working on projects ranging from a commercial for HBO/Showtime, to Monty Pythons Holy Grail cd-rom game, to Warner Brothers Space Jam, to various projects for Disney including The Tigger Movie. Bonnie also wrote short stories for Howie Mandels Lil Howie series of educational cd-rom games. Bonnie broke into the world of childrens books by selling a piece of artwork at the SCBWIs 2003 art auction in New York. She illustrated her first childrens picture book, Alien Invaders / Invasores extraterrestre, for Raven Tree Press and illustrated the cover for The Boy Who Ate Dog Biscuits (Random House, 2004).

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