by Tammi Sauer, Goro Fujita When a little boy meets a stranded alien child, the two instantly strike up a fabulous friendship. But at bedtime, the alien suddenly grows very sad. Can the boy figure out what his new buddy needs most of all? This funny, heartwarming story proves that friends and family are the most important things in the universe . . . no matter who you are.
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- About The Author I spent most of my first eighteen years on a farm outside the small town of Victoria, Kansas (population: 1,208). My roles included gathering the eggs when the city cousins visited and wanted to engage in novelty farm-like activities, chasing pigs back to their respective pens when they tried to make a break for it (I did this once while wearing my eighth grade cheerleading uniform—don’t ask), and swindling my younger sister and brother out of their money. I graduated from Kansas State University with a B.S. in Elementary Education and married my high school sweetheart, Ron Sauer. We did not return to Victoria, causing the town’s population to plummet to 1,206. Ron and I have a daughter, Julia, and a son, Mason. ISBN-13:9781454911296 Publisher:Sterling Children's Books Publication date:08/04/2015 Pages:32 Age Range:3 Years - Juvenile Fiction | Social Issues | Friendship - Imagination & Play - Bedtime & Dreams - Extraterrestrial beings -Family life - Friendship