Chilling with the Great Ones

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Random House, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 86 pages
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Klatu, Lek, and Ploo head back to Groom Lake to fix their busted spaceship. But the spaceship is gone--it's been taken to Area 51. There's nothing for the aliens to do other than sneak in and search for it. Instead they find something they weren't looking for--the Great Ones! The mythic missing Looglians Org, Murkel, Shemp, and Kurth crashed at Roswell New Mexico in 1947, and have been in the deep freeze ever since. Can our three wacky alien kids rescue them?

Dan Greenburg brings his trademark quirkiness and humor to the third book in his newest chapter book series.

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Author Dan Greenburg was born in Chicago, Illinois on June 20, 1936. He received a B.A. from the University of Illinois and a M.A. from UCLA. He writes for both children and adults. His children's series include Zack Files, Secrets of Dripping Fang, and Maximum Boy. His best-selling adult titles include How to Be a Jewish Mother, Scoring, Love Kills, and How to Avoid Love and Marriage. He is also a humorist, a screenwriter, and a playwright. He currently lives in Westchester County, New York.

Macky Pamintuan was born and raised in Davao, a city in the southern Philippines. As a young child, drawing was his favorite pastime and an activity that brought him delight and satisfaction. Early on, his parents discovered that giving him paper and pencil was a sure way to keep him busy, quiet, and out of trouble. He still remembers the day when he successfully drew Mickey Mouse and Superman, a huge breakthrough and a sweet triumph. He moved to San Francisco at age 21 and in 1998 enrolled in the Academy of Art College to pursue illustration. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in December 2003 and placed on the President's Honor List. When not illustrating, Macky enjoys playing basketball, his other true passion.

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