Aliens Ate My Homework

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Pocket Books, 1993 - Juvenile Fiction - 179 pages
22 Reviews
Rod is surprised when a miniature spaceship lands in his school science project and reveals five tiny aliens, who ask his help in apprehending an interstellar criminal.

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Review: Aliens Ate My Homework (Alien Adventures #1)

User Review  - Nick Douglas - Goodreads

I loved this series as a kid; disappointed as an adult. The alien technology conveniently shapes itself around the plot rather than any interesting system or theme. The author constantly reminds the ... Read full review

Review: Aliens Ate My Homework (Alien Adventures #1)

User Review  - Meagan - Goodreads

My students loved this book! It is suspenseful, it is funny, and it is relateable. One day an alien spaceship comes crashing through Rod's bedroom window. They demand that he helps them to find a ... Read full review



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Bruce Coville Bruce Coville was born in Syracuse. He first became interested in writing when he was in the sixth grade, and decided to write children's books when he read Winnie the Pooh for the first time at the age of nineteen. (He might have read the book sooner, but he couldn't understand it until then.) Mr. Coville lives in New York City with a large, lazy cat named Spike. He has written more than three dozen books for children, including the best-selling My Teacher Is and Alien series.

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