Series: Bruce Coville's Alien Adventures

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Aliens Ate My Homework by Bruce Covillebook 1
I Left My Sneakers in Dimension X: A Rod Allbright Alien Adventure by Bruce Coville2
The Search for Snout by Bruce Coville3
Aliens Stole My Body: Bruce Coville's Alien Adventures by Bruce Coville4

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  1. My Teacher Is an Alien by Bruce Coville (1989)
  2. Operation Sherlock (A.I. Gang 1) by Bruce Coville (1986)
  3. I Was A Sixth Grade Alien by Bruce Coville (1999)
  4. The Indian in the Cupboard by Lynne Reid Banks (1980)
  5. Sideways Stories from Wayside School by Louis Sachar (1978)
  6. The Castle in the Attic by Elizabeth Winthrop (1985)
  7. Bunnicula by Deborah Howe (1979)
  8. Windchaser by Scott Ciencin (1995)
  9. Larklight: A Rousing Tale of Dauntless Pluck in the Farthest Reaches of Space by Philip Reeve (2006)
  10. Armageddon Summer by Jane Yolen (1998)
  11. Alien Secrets by Annette Curtis Klause (1993)
  12. The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman (1986)
  13. The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy by Jon Scieszka (1992)
  14. The Forgotten Door by Alexander Key (1965)
  15. Q Pootle 5 by Nick Butterworth (2000)

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