Your Alien Returns is the sequel to the critically acclaimed "Your Alien." Did you have a chance to read the first book? We didn't...but, that didn't stop us from enjoying this recent release by Tammi Sauer.
We are introduced to a little boy who gets a visit from his best friend, who turns out to be an alien. His alien friends invites him over to his planet for a play date. But, when the little boy gets there, he feels out of place. With the help of his best friend, the little boy is able to fit right in and have a blast spending time with his BFF the alien.
Both of my girls thought this was a cute story. They wished they had an alien as a friend. But, then got to thinking about what it would be like to visit another planet, and then got them wondering if they, too, would be able to fit in like the little book in the story.
In addition a cute story, which is easy to understand and follow along with, the illustrations in the book really make for a more enjoyable read. Full of color and detail, you feel like you are right there with the little boy and his alien friend as they visit the extraterrestrial's home planet.
My girls when asked how they liked this book gave it two thumbs up. And, I know when you and your child read it, you will agree, and be recommending to your friends and family, also.
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About the Author:
Tammi Sauer is the author of many Sterling books, including Your Alien, Mary Had a Little Glam, Chicken Dance, Bawk & Roll, and Cowboy Camp. She is an active blogger and highly involved in the children's writer community. Tammi has worked as a teacher and library media specialist, but now writes full time and visits schools around the country. She lives in Edmond, OK, and is available for interview.
About the Illustrator:
Goro Fujita was born in Japan and now lives in San Jose, CA. He works as a book illustrator, animator, and art director on virtual-reality experiences. Visit him online at area-56.de.
Disclosure: I was sent a review copy from the publisher in order to write up an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.