“Amusing, accessible, engaging” – Publisher’s Weekly
Chapter Book Series for Boys and Girls: Book 2
Fun and Humor: Super Heroes, Super Heroines, and a Parade!
For Kell, the Friends of Police Parade is a big deal, his first Earthling parade. With Bree’s help, he must figure out how to deal with City Hall, figure out fund-raising and find super heroes and super heroines to march in the parade.
To make things worse, Principal Lynx believes someone in third grade in an alien, and she has a new Alien Catcher App on her smart phone. Survival on planet Earth just got harder for the Smiths, those friendly aliens from Bix.
Will the Society of Alien Chasers catch Kell and his family? Or will they outsmart Mrs. Lynx again.
Nutrition Day Means Learning to eat Healthy
Kell and friends learn about good nutrition, while sampling foods from different cultures. Only Kell thinks all the food is alien.
A new spin on books for readers in grades two, three, four, and five
- Easy Chapter Story Book series
- Chapter Story Book Series for boys
- Chapter Story Book Series for Girls
- Chapter Story Book Series for ages 7-10
Humor for Kids – “A Funny Story Book”
The alien family, the Smiths, understand little of Earth’s culture, which results in funny situations. Hopscotch, horse apples and fund raising are all strange things for the Smith family.
Are Super Heroes and Super Heroines Really Aliens?
Well, Superman came from the planet Krypton. Find out what other super heroes and super heroines show up at the Friends of the Police Parade.
When a friend gets sick, Kell must visit the hospital
But he has to make sure that no one tries to listen to his heart—because he doesn’t have one.
Discover what other readers already know “Amusing, accessible, engaging”
– Publisher’s Weekly review of Aliens, Inc. Chapter Book series, Book 1: Kell the Alien
Read more of the ALIENS INC. CHAPTER BOOK SERIES
- BOOK 1:Kell, the Alien
- BOOK 2: Kell and the Horse Apple Parade
- BOOK 3: Kell and the Giants
- BOOK 4: Kell and the Detectives
Art Teachers: Every volume stars with a scene in the art classroom, creating something fun.
Family story: When the Smith family is shipwrecked on Earth, they must learn to depend on each other.
For SEL discussions, this book is perfect for discussions of friendships, identity, taking risks, overcoming challenges, and resiliency.