I really like that the biggest criminal ever isn’t wanted because he was a thief or a murderer, but because he was cruel to others. He did tremendous justice to that book, and he was extremely entertaining as he narrated Aliens Ate My Homework. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. There many other children’s books that have a bit more in the way of quality writing, but I think this may have been aimed at reluctant readers that do not require that. We went on a little road trip with Alan’s dad last week and he had this on audio. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
Mar 04, MarkH rated it it was amazing Shelves: The personal troubles are not the heart of the book, though; the adventure is. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. A bit of wisdom: This book is an especially good read for children because it helps them understand that bullying isn’t just mean, but it can be considered an intergalactic crime! The narrator did do an excellent job and provided several very definable voices.
As it touches on far more than just the fantastical and futuristic idea of an alien landing on earth – bullying, teasing, sibling and parent-child relationships, empathy, yes even gun control – I see it spark many conversations as a book club book. You are commenting using your Facebook account. At one point the alien Grakker says “Surrender your ship and your crew, or else it’s time for a barbecue.
This book is funny and crazy somehow these little aliens alkens up at an boys house. You are commenting using your Google account.
There’s a long dialogue between the aliens tae the main character when they first land, and while this is going on, the aliens reveal themselves one by one, waiting until particularly wacky moments. Who doesn’t love the classic line of aliens ate my homework. He did tremendous justice to that book, and he was extremely entertaining as he narrated Aliens Ate My Homework.
I really like that the biggest criminal ever i “Never shrug while carrying a trigger-happy, paranoid alien on your shoulder. He is a considered one of the worst criminals in the galaxy.
Written by internationally renowned author Bruce Coville, the four-part saga has sold over 17 million books worldwide and has been translated into 16 languages. Caleb and I loved it! Sep 18, Tanja rated it liked it Shelves: I enjoyed it as an adult, retired teacher.
Mar 04, Travis Clemens rated it liked it. Some of the language is a bit older, or uncommon, so I found myself paraphrasing a bit, but this is definitely one that I will be reading again next year.
Email required Address never made public. So Colville’s aliens are especially good at sarcasm and put-downs. I had picked it up because it was one of our book room titles that I hadn’t read yet and wanted to evaluate for our students’ literature circles.
Published May 8th by Aladdin first published I really like that the biggest criminal ever isn’t wanted because he was a thief or a murderer, but because he was cruel to others. The kids were between 5 and 12, and they liked it for the most part.
A good book for your classroom library. The aliens say things like “We have been sent to this miserable back-water of a planet,” and “you are a very troubled people, we feel sorry aaliens you.
So I didn’t listen to it but I read it over again recently. This story might covillle a fun way to start a unit about the solar system. Just reread this for the first time in 20 years.
I enjoyed Aliens Ate My Homework. And it’s the truth. This story tells about their adventures of figuring out My students loved this book! At one point I summarh thinking of not continuing it but then it took off, and I read it rather quickly.
It looks like we don’t have a Synopsis for this title yet. Oh another crazy detail about the aliens is that they have these translator things inside their heads, and they’re always messing with them. Rod Albright is a great character and th I’m not sure why or how my mother picked this book up we were living in South America at the timebut I do remember clearly it was the second chapter book we read together, and in subsequent years when my parents despaired over my science fiction obsession, I tried once or twice to remind them that the hook was set deep and early by reading several pages of this book together each morning before the school bus came, when I was a brand-new kindergartner.
It is definitely writing for kids. Dec 08, Jessica.