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SPHDZ (Spaceheadz Series #1)

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  • Posted June 18, 2010

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    Heads Up

    Fifth grade was never this bad, was it? First day in a new school and the two kids sitting next to Michael K. are either the weirdest kids ever or they are space aliens. (Well they must be from outer space because Dillard Picklebury from my fourth grade class was the weirdest kid ever. But I digress.) Bob and Jennifer let Michael know right away, that they are spaceheadz from another planet. Michael wishes he was on another planet or at least not assigned to sit next to these two loonies. Despite his best efforts, he is repeatedly drawn into their company. He eventually starts to see things from their perspective. He finds himself saving them not only from the dangers of the local crosswalk, but also from the ever vigilant, often incompetent, Agent Umber, of AAA, the Anti Alien Agency.
    This book is a lot fun. It is full of good humor and many references to current catch phrases and slogans from television that young readers will be familiar with. References throughout the book are given to current websites created for the book, that will enhance the reader's enjoyment. Great fun, with situations that will amuse middle schoolers.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2012

    Amusing.

    I found the characters amusing, and the usage of commercials humorous, but the book is not exactly a "great novel". It's more of a quick brainless read for kids who enjoy spontaneous humor.

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    Posted June 30, 2010

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    Posted June 27, 2010

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