Monsters in Space!

Monsters in Space Zack learns that appearances aren t everything when he has an up close and personal monster encounter in this chapter book adventure Zack is shocked when he goes to school one day and finds a monster

  • Title: Monsters in Space!
  • Author: Ray O'Ryan Colin Jack
  • ISBN: 9781442467224
  • Page: 289
  • Format: ebook
  • Zack learns that appearances aren t everything when he has an up close and personal monster encounter in this chapter book adventure.Zack is shocked when he goes to school one day and finds a monster in his seat Who what is this creature At first Zack is scared, but he soon finds that this monster, Al, is kind and friendly Zack and Al become fast friends, and Zack goesZack learns that appearances aren t everything when he has an up close and personal monster encounter in this chapter book adventure.Zack is shocked when he goes to school one day and finds a monster in his seat Who what is this creature At first Zack is scared, but he soon finds that this monster, Al, is kind and friendly Zack and Al become fast friends, and Zack goes to Al s planet and meets all kinds of other monsters Zack realizes that just because Al looks different, it doesn t mean that he s weird or strange.With easy to read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Galaxy Zack chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.

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    1. I enjoyed this book because I like Galaxy Zack books. I do not like this book because I do not like monsters with five eyes, even though the monster on the cover was not a monster. I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when Zack found out that the monster was actually somebody from Plexus.

    2. Galaxy JackMonsters in Space is a great book that shows that we shouldn't judge people based on their looks. Zach enters school late and thinks a monster is sitting at his seat. He thinks he is a monster because he is big and furry with sharp teeth. He is the only one that is afraid of him and doesn't understand why no one else is. His friend Drake explains that he is not a monster and is simply visiting from another planet. Zach realized he used to notice differences between he and Drake when t [...]

    3. Science fiction for the young reader. Zack Nelson attends Sprockets Academy on Nebulon. One day , however, he goes to school late and in his place a purple monster. No one seems to notice this creature, not even the teacher. The monster as Zack calls him is really a creature from another planet called Plexi and is no monster after all. Zack gets a chance to meet Al the next day. They discover they have a lot in common and in fact Zack gets a chance to go stay with Al for a weekend on Plexi. Simp [...]

    4. Zack sees an alien and thinks that he's a monster until his friend, Drake, and his mother tell him otherwise. The 'monster' alien is named Al and he is visiting because his father is traveling for work. Zack and Drake become his friends. The parents talk to each other and arrange for Zack and Drake to go with Al and his parents to his home planet. Al shows them his zandy/grapes/cool house and introduces them to his friends.

    5. This was a fun, interesting kids book for me to read. I liked the part where Zack thought there was a monster in his class but there wasn't. Well there was but his Mum said that everybody is different.

    6. My 6-year-old son continues to love these books and I continue to find them overly simplistic and kind of boring. But I love his enthusiasm about reading them with me. And so they win in that regard. Without my son they'd be nothing to me.

    7. I thought that the story was really, really funny because at first Zack thought the monster in his seat was mean and bad, but it wasn't. It was a nice monster and then they became friends.

    8. A fun story with a lesson included. Great for beginning readers as the language is simple and clear. Lucy (8) says "Absolutely fabulous!"

    9. A light fun first chapter book with a good message. Lots of illustrations and great for beginning readers. Not my favorite series, but has quality writing and illustrations.

    10. A fun story with a lesson included. Great for beginning readers as the language is simple and clear. Lucy (8) says "Absolutely fabulous!"

    11. Cute - I like the message in this one - even if someone doesn't look like you, they can be cool (Grape), and you can be friends, and learn about each other's cultures.

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