Party Crashers

Party Crashers

by Jonathan Roth

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ISBN-13: 9781481488556
Publisher: Aladdin
Publication date: 03/13/2018
Series: Beep and Bob Series , #2
Pages: 128
Sales rank: 816,950
Product dimensions: 5.10(w) x 6.80(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

Author-illustrator Jonathan Roth is a public elementary school art teacher in Maryland who likes reading, writing, drawing, cycling, and napping. Though he has never left the Earth, he has met four of the astronauts who have gone to the moon. Beep and Bob is his first series.

Author-illustrator Jonathan Roth is a public elementary school art teacher in Maryland who likes reading, writing, drawing, cycling, and napping. Though he has never left the Earth, he has met four of the astronauts who have gone to the moon. Beep and Bob is his first series.

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Party Crashers

SPLOG ENTRY #1:

Star Bores


Dear Kids of the Past,

Hi. My name’s Bob and I live and go to school in space. That’s right, space. Pretty sporky, huh? I’m the new kid this year at Astro Elementary, the only school in orbit around one of the outer planets. There’s just one micro little problem:

SPACE IS STUPENDOUSLY BORING!

I mean, sure, you can spend about two minutes staring out giant picture windows at the infinite wonders of the universe. But then what? We’re so far from Earth, the television reception is terrible. And the only channel that does come in well is—don’t say I didn’t warn you—educational.

Beep just said, “Beep like watch Star Words! Learn from robot ABCD-2!” Beep is a young alien who got separated from his 600 siblings when they were playing hide-and-seek in some asteroid field. Then he floated around space for a while, until he ended up here. Sad, huh?

You know what’s even sadder? I was the one who found him knocking on our space station’s air lock door and let him in. Now he thinks I’m his new mother! But since he also thinks Star Words is a good show (even though it’s for three-year-olds), you can tell he’s a little confused.

But I still like him.

“Beep like Bob-mother, too!”

Beep is pretty good at drawing, so I let him do all the pictures for these space logs (splogs, as we call them) before sending them back in time for you to read. Just don’t hold me responsible if he only doodles his favorite Star Words alpha-bots.

Anyway, that’s my life. Enjoy!

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