It Came from Outer Space

It Came from Outer Space A visitor from outer space visits an elementary school class and brings an important message about physical beauty

  • Title: It Came from Outer Space
  • Author: Tony Bradman Carol Wright
  • ISBN: 9780803710986
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A visitor from outer space visits an elementary school class and brings an important message about physical beauty.

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    1. Summary: A group of children encounter an alien at school. They explore the space ship and even take a picture with the grusome alien. Review: I thought this was really fun and cute. One of the greatest things about reading is the suprises you encounter and having your expectations all flipped around. Having the alien actually be a human offers that suprise and allows the reader to imagine other worlds with children just like thembut not quite. I agree with Charles J. Blume in his review in Chil [...]

    2. This book is a simple plot with a spaceship landing and everyone being scared, but soon finding out the aliens are nice. I think this is a good conversation starter for kids to talk about the fear of the 'unknown.' The plot is simple though so I would keep this for ages 3rd grade or younger. Beautiful illustrations though!

    3. I appreciated the twist at the end, but the prose itself was so basic that I wasn't engaged in the story and felt like I was being talked down to.

    4. what comes first, The Twilight Zone or the book? regardless, the kids love the surprise revealed at the end of this story about a visitor from outer space.

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