They'll Believe Me When I'm Gone

They'll Believe Me When I'm Gone

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Penguin Putnam
Max is convinced that aliens are coming for him, and he can't wait. Living with aliens will be a hundred times better than living with his pesky big brother and listening to his father's boring questions about school. His alien mom won't make him eat broccoli or wear clean underwear, and playing basketball will be a snap where there's little gravity. No one at home or school believes Max, even though he's an expert on space-but they'll be surprised when he's gone. Told in an authentically childlike voice, this is a funny and far-flying fantasy-which maybe isn't a fantasy after all!

Illustrated by Jack E. Davis.

Baker & Taylor
When a little boy becomes convinced that aliens are coming to take him away to their planet, he thinks of all the benefits there will be with a new family, new classmates, and a new home far away from where no one believes him.

Baker
& Taylor

When a little boy becomes convinced that aliens are soon coming to take him away to their planet, he thinks of all the benefits there will be with a new family, new classmates, and a new home far away from where no one believes him.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Dutton Children's Books, c2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780525466604
0525466606
Branch Call Number: Picture Book Axelrod
Picture Book Axelrod
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill. ; 28 cm

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