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 time , but 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. Rod Albright is a great character and the latter books get a little more deep, but Coville’s vivid descriptions and dialogue are great for any grade-schoolers. My 10 year old son found it enjoyable, but my 13 year old daughter just found it to be okay — she was glad when it was over. He is doing reading bingo at school and he needed to listen to an audiobook. Audible Download Audio Books. I missed this book so much. This book is funny and crazy somehow these little aliens end up at an boys house.
Always funny and entertaining. I would say strong 4th grade up to 6th grade readers would enjoy this heck, anyone I think the zany cast of characters, each with their own voice, and kooky things to say, keeps Aliens Ate My Homework interesting. 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. I think I was in second grade when my teacher started reading this book to us.
Jan 27, Lisa rated it it was amazing.
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And I still stand by these books today. You are commenting using your Google account. I loved this series as a kid; disappointed as an adult. Nov 11, Katrina Knittle rated it liked it.
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Alien Adventures 4 books. Rod Albright is a great character and th I’m not sure why or how my mother picked this wummary 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 ckville school bus came, when I was a brand-new kindergartner.
I enjoyed Aliens Ate My Homework.
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 for you.
When a tiny intergalactic starship crashes into the bedroom of year-old Rod Allbright Jayden Greigit’s the start of the adventure of a lifetime for him and his cousin Elspeth Lauren McNamara. Sep 24, Maria Janeva rated it it was amazing.
It’s almost like a series of jokes, where there’s all this buildup then another alien appears and it’s like a punchline, “oh man I can’t believe there’s another of these crazy aliens. He did tremendous justice to that book, and he was extremely entertaining as he narrated Aliens Ate My Homework.
When you are reading, you imagine how the characters would look, and the illustrations fit perfectly to what I envisioned.
This review is probably pretty biased since I loved Bruce Coville and he was probably my first introduction to common science fiction themes. There’s constant action and every character is totally absurd. After some searching in the digital download of my library I found this highly recommended book. Rod Albright is a great character and the latter books get a little more deep, but Coville’s vivid descriptions and aliems are great for any grade-schoolers.
Aliens Ate My Homework
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. Yes, a lot of science fiction themes are introduced at a simple level. Which is why, when his teacher asks what happened mu last night’s math assignment, Rod has to give the only answer he can: You will be entertained hearing about a boy’s journey, what he endures, and the secrets he must keep along the summaey.
One of the rare stand-alones I read that wasn’t part of a series. I had picked it up because homeworl was one of our book room titles that I hadn’t read yet and wanted to evaluate for our students’ literature circles. Caleb and I loved it!
Sep 18, Tanja rated it liked it Shelves: I like this one alot more than some of the other Bruce Coville books I’ve read, where there isn’t as much going on because there’s less characters. The boy help the aliens to trap the criminal alien. The personal troubles are not sukmary heart of the book, though; the adventure is.
This is read and forget type of book. I think the thing that sustains this kind of book is the dialogue.
Book Review: Aliens Ate My Homework, by Bruce Coville (Aladdin, 1993)
Post was not sent – check your email addresses! Total five star story for a children’s book. So then he does whatever the aliens say. I stumbled across this on Goodreads recommendations list, which is funny because the second I read the title, I totally remember reading it back when I was a kid.