Series: I Was a Sixth Grade Alien

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I Was A Sixth Grade Alien by Bruce Coville1
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: The Attack of the Two-Inch Teacher by Bruce Coville2
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: I Lost My Grandfather's Brain by Bruce Coville3
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: Peanut Butter Lover Boy by Bruce Coville4
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: Zombies of the Science Fair by Bruce Coville5
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: Don't Fry My Veeblax! by Bruce Coville6
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: Too Many Aliens by Bruce Coville7
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: Snatched from Earth by Bruce Coville8
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: There's an Alien in My Backpack by Bruce Coville9
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: The Revolt of the Miniature Mutants by Bruce Coville10
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: There's an Alien in My Underwear by Bruce Coville11
I Was a Sixth Grade Alien: Farewell to Earth by Bruce Coville12

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