Aliens for Breakfast

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Random House Children's Books, Sep 28, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 64 pages
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It's been ten years since Richard Bickerstaff sat down to breakfast and an alien climbed out of his cereal bowl! Join Richard and Aric, a tiny, wisecracking creature from the planet Ganoob, as they battle to save the world from evil aliens in Aliens for Breakfast, Aliens for Lunch, and Aliens for Dinner. We're reissuing the trilogy with brand-new covers sporting a space age 10th Anniversary logo. Now a new generation of readers can experience the fun and adventure that won these books rave reviews and loyal fans!  


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One morning during breakfast, a boy named Richard witnesses a tiny alien emerge from his cereal box. This sets the scene for a quest to save Earth from undercover aliens -- and only Richard can help ... Read full review

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Richard Bickerstaff is a normal school age boy living a normal life until he finds a small alien named Aric in his cereal bowl. Aric claims that he is Commander of the Interspace Brigade and he is ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
13
Section 3
17
Section 4
21
Section 5
28
Section 6
35
Section 7
37
Section 8
39
Section 9
41
Section 10
43
Section 11
48
Section 12
57
Section 13
61
Section 14
62
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About the author (2011)

Stephanie Spinner has written many highly praised children’s books, including Alex the Parrot, Aliens for Breakfast (with Jonathan Etra), It’s a Miracle! A Hanukkah Storybook, and the novels Quiver, Quicksilver, and Damosel. She lives in Sherman, Connecticut. To learn more about Stephanie and her books, please visit stephaniespinner.com.

Jonathan Etra was a humorist, playwright, and journalist, as well as a children’s book author. A graduate of Yale University, he wrote articles for Harper’s and Vogue, and was the coauthor of Aliens for Breakfast and Aliens for Lunch. He lived in New York City until his untimely death in 1991.

Steve Björkman's popular, whimsical artwork is regularly featured in numerous magazines, in greeting cards, and in over 30 children's books. The first book he illustrated, Aliens for Breakfast, won the Texas Bluebonnet Award and was made into a TV movie. He lives in Irvine, California, with his wife and three children.

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