My Teacher Is an Alien (My Teacher Is an Alien Series #1)

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Sixth grade is just out of this world...

Susan Simmons can tell that her new substitute teacher is really weird. But she doesn't know how weird until she catches him peeling off his face -- and she realizes that "Mr. Smith" is really an alien!

At first no one will believe her -- except Peter Thompson, the class brain. When Peter and Susan discover Mr. Smith's horrible plans...

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Overview

Sixth grade is just out of this world...

Susan Simmons can tell that her new substitute teacher is really weird. But she doesn't know how weird until she catches him peeling off his face -- and she realizes that "Mr. Smith" is really an alien!

At first no one will believe her -- except Peter Thompson, the class brain. When Peter and Susan discover Mr. Smith's horrible plans for their classmates, they know they have to act fast. Only they can get rid of their extra-terrestrial visitor -- and save the rest of the sixth grade class from a fate worse than math tests!

After Susan sees Mr. Smith the substitute teacher peel off his face, she knows he's an alien and only Peter believes her. Together they work to save the class from Mr. Smith's horrible plans.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780671035716
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
  • Publication date: 6/1/1999
  • Series: My Teacher Is an Alien Series , #1
  • Edition description: Collector's Edition
  • Pages: 592
  • Age range: 8 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.67 (w) x 8.59 (h) x 1.49 (d)

Meet the Author

Bruce Coville

Bruce Coville was born in Syracuse, New York, in 1950. Before getting published he earned his living as a toymaker, a gravedigger, a cookware salesman, an assembly line worker, and finally as an elementary school teacher. Bruce has published more than 100 books, which have appeared in over a dozen countries around the world and sold more than 16 million copies. Among his most popular titles are My Teacher Is an Alien, Into the Land of the Unicorns, and The Monster’s Ring. In 2001 he founded Full Cast Audio, an audiobook company dedicated to creating unabridged, full cast recordings of the best in children’s and young adult literature. Bruce lives in Syracuse with his wife, Katherine, who has illustrated many of his books. For more information about Bruce, check out BruceCoville.com.

Mike Wimmer has illustrated many books for children, including Home Run: The Story of Babe Ruth by Robert Burleigh, which was named an ALA Notable Children's Book and was called a "grand slam" in a starred review in Publisher's Weekly. He also illustrated Flight: The Journey of Charles Lindbergh by Robert Burleigh, which received the Orbis Pictus Award for nonfiction. He lives in Oklahoma with his family.

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The door was unlocked. Trying not to make any noise, I turned the knob and pushed.

The door opened without a sound. I hesitated for just a moment, then stepped in.

I was standing in a hallway. To my left I saw an empty living room -- and I do mean empty. Except for curtains, there wasn't one bit of furniture or decoration in the room. The walls and floor were totally bare.

I flinched as another burst of horrible squawking and growling sounded above me.

Taking a deep breath, I began to tiptoe up the stairs. I was glad I was wearing sneakers.

About halfway up I stopped and thought, What am I doing? I should get out of here while I can!

You may not believe this, but the only reason I didn't turn back was that I thought Mr. Smith might really be in trouble. Even though I didn't like the man, I didn't want anything horrible to happen to him.

So I swallowed and took another step.

The noise stopped. Was everything over? Would Mr. Smith start down the stairs and find me standing here? I was just about to turn and run when another round of squawking and shrieking made it clear that whatever was happening was still going on.

I still wanted to run, but I was afraid to -- afraid that if I did, I might read in the paper the next day that something terrible had happened to Mr. Smith. Something I could have prevented. Of course, I was afraid to keep going, but I decided I didn't have any choice. I took another step and then another. I held on to the railing as if it was a life line. The knot in my stomach got tighter with every step I took.

When I got near the top, I lay down on my stomach. I had read somewhere that when you're peering around a corner, you're less likely to be seen if your head is low. So I kept my head as low as possible. If I could have pulled out one eye and just stuck it around the corner to take a peek, that would have been fine with me.

The hall was as empty as the living room: no pictures on the walls, no rug on the floor. Through an open door at the end of the hall I could see a small blue bathroom.

Closer to me, on the right, was another open door. The horrible sound seemed to be coming from there.

I decided low was the way to go. Still on my belly, I slithered down one side of the hall until I had reached the doorway.

I shivered. That noise was like a tiger running its claws down a blackboard; it felt like aluminum foil against my teeth. What could be making it?

When I finally got up the nerve to sneak a look around the bottom edge of the door, I saw Mr. Smith sitting at a little makeup table, looking in a mirror. Stacy was right. The man really was handsome. He had a long, lean face with a square jaw, a straight nose, and cheekbones to die for.

Only it was a fake. As I watched, Mr. Smith pressed his fingers against the bottom of his eyes. Suddenly he ran his fingertips to the sides of his head, grabbed his ears, and started peeling off his face!

I gasped. Fortunately, the horrible noises coming from the room drowned it out. I wanted to get up and run, but I was too terrified to move.

I started to shake instead. Whatever Mr. Smith was, I was pretty sure the face he was slowly uncovering wasn't anything that had been born on earth! As he stripped away the mask I could see that he had skin the color of limes. His enormous orange eyes slanted up and away from his nose like a pair of butterfly wings. A series of muscular looking ridges stretched from his eyes down to his lipless mouth.

Soon the handsome face of "Mr. Smith" was lying on the dressing table. The creature that had been hidden underneath it began to massage his face -- his real face. "Ahhh," he said. "What a relief!" He smiled at himself in the mirror, showing two rows of rounded purplish teeth.

I had noticed that the horrible noise was coming from a pair of flat pieces of plastic hanging on the wall. But it wasn't until Mr. Smith started "singing" along with the sound that I realized the plastic sheets were speakers. That hideous sound was music! Or at least what passed for music wherever my alien teacher had come from.

I was still trying to find the courage to start backing up when the alien turned down the music and flipped a switch on the table. The mirror began to shimmer. Suddenly the image of "Mr. Smith" was replaced by another alien face, this one just as horrible. Beyond the face I could see a big room, with other aliens bustling around. From the look of things, I figured this must be a spaceship.

The face in the mirror said something that sounded like "Ian rrzznyx iggn gnrr." The words were low and growly.

"Broxholm reporting," said Mr. Smith.

The face in the mirror made some growly noises.

"It is good to hear our mother tongue," said Mr. Smith -- or Broxholm -- or whatever his name was. "I cannot wait to return to the ship and have this language implant removed, so I can speak the true tongue, and not this barbaric garble."

Hey! I thought. Whose language are you calling barbaric?

But before I could get too angry, I heard something else -- something that sent a cold chill down my spine.

"The testing process is proceeding on schedule," said Broxholm. "Before long I will have selected the students I wish to bring back for study."

Bring back for study.

I couldn't believe my ears. My teacher was an alien! Even worse, he had come to earth to kidnap kids and take them into space!

Copyright © 1989 by Bruce Coville

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First Chapter

Chapter One: Missing -- One Sixth-Grade Teacher "Hey, Geekoid!" yelled Duncan Dougal as he snatched Peter Thompson's book out of his hand. "Why do you read so much? Don't you know how to watch TV?"

Poor Peter. I could see that he wanted to grab the book back from Duncan. But I also knew that if he tried, Duncan would cream him.

Sometimes I wonder if Duncan's mother dropped him on his head when he was a baby. I mean, something must have made him decide to spend his life making other people miserable. Otherwise why would he spend so much of his time picking on a kid like Peter Thompson? Peter never bothers anyone. Heck, the only thing he really wants is to be left alone so he can read whatever book he has his nose stuck in at the moment.

That doesn't seem like too much to ask to me. But Duncan takes Peter's reading as a personal insult.

So here it was, the first day back from spring vacation -- we hadn't even gone into the school yet -- and I could tell by the look on Duncan Dougal's face that the spring fight season was about to begin.

I clutched my piccolo case to my chest and watched as Peter's pale face began to turn red. Peter blushed at almost anything. He was tall and thin and wore thick glasses. And he was the smartest person I had ever met -- grown-ups included.

The problem was, it was all book smarts. Peter had absolutely no idea how to deal with a creep like Duncan. Actually, neither did I. If I did, I would have stopped him. But the one time I had tried to come between Duncan and Peter, I ended up with a black eye myself.

Duncan claimed it was an accident, of course. "Susan just jumped right in front of my fist," he said as if I was the one who had done something wrong. To tell you the truth, I think Duncan punched me on purpose. Most guys wouldn't hit a girl. But Duncan doesn't mind. It was his way of warning me to keep my nose out of his business.

As I watched Duncan squinting down at Peter, it occurred to me that sixth grade can be a dangerous place if you don't watch out.

Stacy Benoit was standing a few feet away from Peter, pressed against the school wall and looking nervous. Stacy is this incredibly good kid, who never gets in trouble ever. She hates fights even more than I do.

She had just started edging her way toward me when Duncan ran his foot through a puddle and splashed dirty water all over Peter's jeans.

"Cut it out, Duncan," said Peter.

"Cut it out, Duncan," mimicked Duncan in a whiny, singsong voice.

Anyone who knew Duncan could see he was gearing up for a fight. But it wasn't necessarily going to be with Peter, since Peter usually just took whatever Duncan dished out. I figured Duncan was using him as a warm-up. So I was a little surprised when he tossed Peter's book into the puddle.

Even Duncan should have known that was something you just don't do to Peter.

"Oops!" he said maliciously. "I dropped it."

I heard Stacy gasp as Peter launched himself off the wall and bashed his head into Duncan's stomach. Within seconds the two of them were rolling around on the ground.

"I hate it when this happens," said Stacy as the boys surrounded Peter and Duncan in a shouting, cheering circle.

The fight hadn't gone on more than ten seconds when a tall blond man came pushing through the crowd. Without saying anything, he grabbed the two fighters and hauled them to their feet.

Wow! I thought when I saw him lift the two of them right off the ground. That guy is really strong.

"Stop!" he said. Then he gave them each a shake and set them back down on their feet.

"Peter started it," said Duncan.

He's such a creep he probably didn't even know he was lying.

Peter wiped the back of his hand across his mouth. "I did not," he said sullenly.

I could see that his hand was trembling.

"No more," said the tall man, as if he really didn't care who started it. "Do you understand?"

"Yes, sir," mumbled Peter. I wanted to shake him. He made it sound as if the whole thing had been his fault.

"Do you understand?" said the tall man again, looking directly at Duncan.

"Sure," said Duncan. "I got it."

"Good," said the tall man. Then he turned on his heel and marched back into the school.

Duncan made a face at the man's back, then wandered off to find someone else to pick on.

"Who was that?" asked Peter as I handed him his soggy book.

"Who knows? I never saw him before. He's probably a new sub. Come on -- let's go inside."

Peter and I were usually the first ones into school -- but not by much. Our whole class went in early. That's because our teacher, Ms. Marie Schwartz, was so totally great. The thing I liked best about having her was that she was the only teacher in Kennituck Falls Elementary who always did a play with her class. I've always wanted to be an actress when I grow up. But until sixth grade, I had never had a chance to find out what it was like to be onstage. The play would be our last major project, and we had planned to start rehearsals right after spring vacation.

Unfortunately, when we got to our room, Ms. Schwartz was nowhere to be seen. The tall blond man was standing beside her desk, talking to a short, red-faced man who had almost no hair -- our school principal, Dr. Bleekman.

Where was Ms. Schwartz?

Peter and I went to our desks. I wasn't happy. I had a bad feeling about this whole thing.

"The sub is handsome," whispered Stacy, who had come in behind us.

"I suppose so," I said grudgingly. "Where do you suppose Ms. Schwartz is?"

Stacy shrugged. "Maybe she's sick. Or maybe her plane didn't make it back on time. That happened to my third grade teacher once."

I nodded. That was OK. It was disappointing to come back to someone besides Ms. Schwartz, but I could cope with it for a day or two.

The other kids came into the room. Because Dr. Bleekman was there, everyone was super quiet. The bell rang, and we took our places.

"Good morning, class," said Dr. Bleekman. "I want to introduce Mr. John Smith. Mr. Smith will be your teacher for the rest of the year."

The rest of the year! I couldn't believe my ears! What happened to Ms. Schwartz?

Without intending to, I asked the question out loud.

Copyright © 1989 by General Licensing Company, Inc.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 26, 2008

    My Teacher is an Alien - Why do you read so much, why are you such a bookworm? Duncan asked Peter.

    Oh man had I forgotten about this book, I read it back in Elementary school and really liked it. All I remembered was a quote (which you see as my headline) and for the cover I remembered it had an alien and a window, there was also a bookworm and a bully and of course the ending I def remember as well. I couldn't find this anywhere and found it at my library. I started rereading it and it is a really good story. The suspense was also good including the pictures that go with the book. This is the story of how Susan with the help of Peter then Duncan and later the whole school finds out that their old teacher has been replaced by a new teacher by the name of Mr. Smith and later finds out that he is an Alien and that his plan is to select certain students to take back to his home planet.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 6, 2014

    Great authur!

    Good for all ages! his books are highly recomended

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2013

    Jordan1234

    Awsome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • Posted October 22, 2013

    Classic childhood favorite. Always remembered the cover but for

    Classic childhood favorite. Always remembered the cover but for some reason forgotten the title. And one quote I did remember was when Duncan complained and asked about Peter being a bookworm and why he read a lot. I don't know, I guess that quote stuck with me growing up. Years later, looked up the series again and finally read the other books. Series is actually really good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2013

    Amazing book

    Thus is an amazing book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 12, 2013

    Cathy Catchy

    I read this book and realy loved it alot ! it made me want to know"whats happaning". It needs an ending.:)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2009

    Funny story

    Children of all ages love to hear stories about teachers' and then think if those things could actually happen/have happened to their own class teacher

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  • Posted March 9, 2009

    My son loves this series

    This is one of the few book series that my 10 year old son loves to read.
    I would highly recommend this book series to any young boys.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2008

    Great!

    I love this book. It is really great and interesting. This is absolutely one of the best books ever! The only downside is that it didn't take too long to read. But besides that, it is still a great book and I recommend it to anyone!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2006

    My Teacher is an alien

    I think my teacher is an Alien is a really good book because it has lots of personality and expressions. When ever some of the charecters come into their Alien teachers house I get scared that there teacher is going to find them and take them to outer spac with him.Susan and Peter tryed to stop their teacher. did they or did they not?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 16, 2006

    Its awesome!

    Has good desriciption! The best book ever

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 23, 2006

    good book

    This book is a good book.I like it because you can never put it down that's how good it is.I had to read it for my book report and i was like no i dont want 2 read it and then i read a page and loved it.I dont like science fiction with aliens but this i think was the haha.And folks thats about it bye.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2005

    A GREAT BOOK!!!!!!

    This book is is about a girl named Susan and a boy named peter. They sneak into there teachers (Mr.Smith) house. They find out that he is an alien!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2005

    A WOUNDERFUL BOOK

    Have you ever had an alien as a teacher? Well, Peter and Susan have. Mr. Smith is their substitute teacher for the rest of the school year. When Peter and Susan break into his house they find out he¿s an alien. Can Susan and Peter stop him before he does his evil plot? I recommend this book to kids who like other Bruce Coville books or kids who like adventures.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2005

    An edge of your seat action packed book.

    Imagine you follow your teacher home and see him peel off his face revealing an alien. Well, this happened to a sixth grader named Susan Simmons. While trying to steal a note the teacher picked up, she stumbles into seeing him peel off his face. Susan runs to tell science-fiction maniac Peter Thompson. Can Susan and Peter figure put why he is here and how they will stop the alien? Other books in the series are My Teacher Fried my Brains, My Teacher Glows in the Dark, and My Teacher Flunked the Planet. You will like this book if you like science-fiction books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 20, 2005

    Great Book

    Do you believe in aliens? If so are they at your school? Susan Simmons and Peter Thompson think their teacher is an alien. Their real teacher isn¿t there anymore. Susan doesn¿t like their new teacher so she writes a mean note about him. She accidentally leaves it on her paper and turns it in. Now she has to take an adventure to his house to try to get the note back. While she is there she sees him peeling off his mask. She knows her teacher is an alien now. How can she prove her teacher is an alien? I recommend this book for ages 8 and up and who like adventure books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 29, 2004

    THIS BOOK ROCKED MY SOCKS AND SHOES OFF!!!!!

    This book is basically about a girl named Susan and a boy named Peter that find out their teacher is an alien and he is planing on taking 4 students with him back to his planet.This book has surprises,comedy and suspence!Trust me, you'll love it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2002

    Brill or What!

    this ia brill book and i am only halfway through but i wanna know who it is and can i push them in the pool! I have finished the pc game and strongly recommend it to anyone else who liked the book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2000

    A terrific story about an alien trying to take kids from earth.

    The book My Teacher¿s an Alien is a fantastic book. If you have a dull imagination, your imagination will run away with you. The book is about 120 pages long. It is a story about kids finding out that their substitute teacher is an alien. They found out that he was an alien by sneaking into his house and seeing him peel off his face.Then they want to prove that he¿s an alien. He hates earth music. The class found out that he wants the smartest student, the two most average students, and the dumbest student to test them in outer space. Will the kids get caught in the teacher¿s house? Can they stop him until it¿s too late? Will the aliens invade?

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