Letters from an Alien Schoolboy


Letters from an Alien Schoolboy by Ros Asquith
Flowkwee is on a mission – he has to disguise himself as a schoolboy and spy on young earthlings, in order to help his father with his research. The book comprises of his letters to his best friend, in which he tells him all about his adventures. He describes the strange earthlings who have only one head, two peepers, and no aerials, lights, whirlers or even winkers! He has to wear things called clothes because the earthlings can’t be bothered to grow fur. And he discovers the fool-proof way to catch earthlings is to tell them to follow a sign saying ‘Free ice cream!’ This is the first in a new series for both boys and girls.  It is packed with some hilarious black and white illustrations and the story itself is a real page-turner.The story’s humour and pace is sure to appeal to even the most reluctant of readers

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Fiction | suitable for SEN/reluctant readers but not specifically designed for them