Ten Little Aliens
By Mike Brownlow
Illustrated by Simon Rickerty
Learn to count from ten to one and back again with this rhythmic, rhyming space adventure! The latest book in the bestselling Ten Little series.
Learn to count from ten to one and back again with this rhythmic, rhyming space adventure!
Don't miss the latest book in the bestselling Ten Little series. Join the Ten Little Aliens as they jet off through space in search of a new home - discovering fiery planets, fizzing comets and some very strange space creatures!
Ten Little Aliens need a place to stay. Searching through the universe, home is far away. Look - a sun with planets! Should they take a peep? Ten Little Aliens all say, "SQUEEP!"
The Ten Little series has sold over a million copies worldwide and Ten Little Bookworms is a 2019 World Book Day pick. Look out for more books in the series:
Ten Little Pirates
Ten Little Princesses
Ten Little Monsters
Ten Little Dinosaurs
Ten Little Elves
Ten Little Superheroes
Ten Little Robots
Praise for the other Ten Little books:
'a rollicking read with an easy rhythm and jaunty illustrations...excellent' Guardian
'jaunty verse with lots of humorous details to discover on every page' Time Out
'roaringly funny rhymes' Independent
Mike Brownlow (Author)
Mike Brownlow is the creator of many books for children. He wrote and illustrated the picture book Little Robots, which was turned into a major animated TV show for CBeebies and aired in over 70 countries worldwide. His other books include Mickey Moonbeam, Dog Did It! and The Big White Book. Mike lives in Somerset and has three grown-up daughters.
Simon Rickerty (Illustrator)
Simon Rickerty graduated from The Royal College of Art in 2006 with a master's degree in Communication Art and Design. His first picture book, Peas, written by Andy Cullen, was published in 2009 and shortlisted for the Booktrust Early Years Award. Simon has gone on to illustrate many more highly acclaimed books for children, including Ten Little Pirates, winner of the Nottingham Children's Book Prize, and Monkey Nut, winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize. He lives in Bristol.
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08 Aug 2019
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Once you've read one. you'll want to pick up the entire series — Evening Standard