Sep 18, Tanja rated it liked it Shelves: Post navigation Previous Post Book Review: To ask other readers questions about Aliens Ate My Homework , please sign up. And if I remember right it’s a series. I read the paperback when it first came out in early 90s and most recently I read the eBook.

You are commenting using your Twitter account. 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. Sep 18, Tanja rated it liked it Shelves: Return to Book Page. I need to go read the rest.

Book Review: Aliens Ate My Homework, by Bruce Coville (Aladdin, 1993)

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. It’s just as well, since he is sworn to silence about their secret mission and the fact that he has been drafted to help them!

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To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Always funny and entertaining. Feb 13, Colleen rated it it was amazing Shelves: BKR, the criminal wanted across the galaxy, is guilty of cruelty. Nov 05, Bossy Kiya Jakiya rated it it was amazing. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: He became one of my favorite narrators after I listened to his reading of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn a few years ago.

Aliens Ate My Homework

Dec 08, Jessica. So Colville’s aliens are especially good at sarcasm and put-downs. This book was cute and creative and anything dealing with “something eating home Aliens Ate My Homework would be considered a science fiction story. He does aleins he knows is right, even when that winds up working against him. You are commenting using your Google account. And I still stand by these books today.


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This book surprised me as it turned out to be quite different from what I had expected it to be. This one alien changes personality from aggressive to diplomatic, brucd on which translator module he has in, but he’s still saying the same crazy stuff regardless of which module is stuck in his noggin.

aliens ate my homework summary bruce coville

I’m not sure why or how my mother picked atf 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 skmmary 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.

The kids were between 5 and 12, and they liked it for the most part. So then he does whatever the aliens say. The man can mg very diverse voices, and he understands the importance of tone and expression as he reads a story.

aliens ate my homework summary bruce coville

After some searching in the digital download of my library I found this highly recommended book. Mar 30, Claire rated it really liked it. Dec 17, Kodi H rated it it was amazing Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.


This is definitely a book to read to the younger crowd.

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Want to Read saving…. I enjoyed Aliens Ate My Homework. At one point the alien Grakker says “Surrender your ship and your crew, or else it’s time for a barbecue.

There were some pretty clever parts. He did tremendous justice to that book, brkce he was extremely entertaining as he narrated Aliens Ate My Homework.

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. All seasoned with a good amount of humor and accompanied by at times a bit creepy black and white illustrations, makes this a book that will also keep reluctant readers eagerly turning the pages.

Yes, this book contains lots of cliches. 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.