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There's an Alien in My Toilet
     

There's an Alien in My Toilet

4.5 2
by Samuel Vera (Created by), Crazee Comics (Produced by)
 
Within our universe there is a race of aliens on a quest to conquer Earth. Before they unleash their arsenal on the unsuspecting populous, the Government of Uranus has decided to send their best Warrior to earth to determine if we pose a threat. This lone warrior is the most advanced and highly skilled in his class. What he is ready to explode onto the world will

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Within our universe there is a race of aliens on a quest to conquer Earth. Before they unleash their arsenal on the unsuspecting populous, the Government of Uranus has decided to send their best Warrior to earth to determine if we pose a threat. This lone warrior is the most advanced and highly skilled in his class. What he is ready to explode onto the world will prove to be most devastating...or not? Well, at least that is the story he wants us to believe. And believe me...he has stories. He meaning...Doodie from Uranus.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615182827
Publisher:
CrazeeComics
Publication date:
06/15/2008
Pages:
175
Product dimensions:
6.70(w) x 10.10(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
9 Years

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There's an Alien in My Toilet 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
adeli More than 1 year ago
There's an Alien in my Toilet is fun for kids (and adults!) of all ages. Doodie is smart (not as smart as he thinks though), funny, and a very likable character. Herman in a hoot! This is a very entertaining ride for readers. I have recommended it to my friends, their kids, and my students. Alien in my Toilet is lots of fun! You'll fall in love with Doodie from Uranus too!
Girls_luv_comic_2 More than 1 year ago
I picked up There's an Alien in my Toilet for my little sister at a convention in nyc. It looked funny enough and the idea was pretty interesting. A few days later I kept hearing my sis laughing out loud and saying things like jalepeno, doodie, ju ugly (not typo) and just laugh. I had to see what was the cause and realized she was reading this book. When I asked her what was so funny she shouted, Herman and Doodie. That was it, I read the story and fell in love with it. I read it several times and continue to look for the second edition which is supposed to come out in the summer. My sis walks around with it every where. So much fun.