Dog Aliens: Kaxian Duty - A Short Story

Dog Aliens: Kaxian Duty - A Short Story

by Cherise Kelley

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Dog Aliens: Kaxian Duty - A Short Story by Cherise Kelley

Three month old alien Clem faces his first day of Kaxian duty with anxiety. What will be his assignment? If only his tail didn't have a mind of its own, he might be less anxious. This is a free 10-page short story. Hope you like it and want to read the Dog Aliens books! They are written to amuse people of all ages who love dogs. No dogs are harmed in any of these stories.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045162616
Publisher: Cherise Kelley
Publication date: 07/20/2013
Series: Dog Aliens
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 211,871
File size: 112 KB

About the Author

Cherise Kelley grew up in a family of teachers. Her father, Ronald Morris, taught social studies and history for 30 years at Arcadia High School in Southern California. Her mother is a registered nurse who teaches parents about the special needs of their premature infants. Her sister, Kristine Morris White, is a grand prix level dressage horse trainer. Mrs. Kelley became a teacher herself in 1991 through a "fifth year" of study at San Francisco State University, after earning her bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of California at Berkeley. She has taught English at the college, high school, and middle school level, but prefers to substitute so that she has time for her writing. Cherise lives in Spokane, Washington State with her husband and two dogs named Raffle and Oreo.

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Dog Aliens: Kaxian Duty - A Short Story 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
VydorScope More than 1 year ago
This is about as cute and lovable as SciFi can get! It is a very short story (IMO), so I blew through it in no time and then grabbed the sequel (which I have yet to read, but will soon!). There is just something indescribably adorable about seeing the world through the eyes of a puppy that makes this short very unique. I would recommend this for all middle schoolers and up, especially those that may live in full grown bodies, but are young at heart! It just a plain fun and clean read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a greeat book i read this and the full one it is about a germansheaperd pup who want to be a defender they also a secand one when he gets a brother who is older than him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wounderful story
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