"My dogs and I quite enjoyed this book about aliens that love to eat boots. Some astronauts go to another planet, but when their boots are stolen, they decide they've had enough and leave. But there is another spaceship who is a robot sent their to learn. He goes to school with the the little aliens and teaches them to love learning! My dogs and I enjoyed looking for the invisible dog on each page and doing the activities at the end. This is a new favorite in our collection!" Girl And Dogs Review said.
"For everyone who loves astronauts this is the book for you. Combine the astronauts with aliens and you have an adventure.
The author, Melinda Kinsman, has written a series of stories about astronauts and aliens. In these adventures we meet some very funny but kind aliens. In this story astronauts and their spaceship land on the alien's planet. When the astronauts come out of their ship, the aliens steal their boots, they like red, blue and silver boots. Now, the poor astronauts have nothing to wear on their feet so they return home. Years later another astronaut returns to the alien's planet. However, this time it is just a spaceship without any astronauts. When you read this book, you will understand what adventures occur.
Parents/children will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will enjoy hearing about aliens and astronauts and boots. They will have fun discussing all aspects of this story. The illustrations are bright and beautiful, and they depict the adventures of all concerned. This is such a fun and happy story.
Recommended. prisrob 07-14-15" prisrob said.
"A cute story in rhyme where astronauts visit another planet inhabited by aliens.
Whenever there is such an encounter the aliens become quite happy, as one of their most favorite things to do is eat the astronauts' boots. They inspect the spaceships, test to see what they do, making it rather uncomfortable for the astronauts within.
No sooner does one spaceship make their getaway another lands, and the aliens do not waste a moment before testing and probing the new one. What they don't know is this is no ordinary spaceship, which leaves the aliens perplexed.
Find out exactly what the spacecraft is and what happens by reading this book.
The reader will find the storyline to be a delight and the artwork marvelous, colorful, and a perfect accompaniment to the story." Lisa's Kids' Book Reviews said.
"Fun book about aliens written in rhyme. You will discover a new spin on shoes. The book comes with activities to make any child happy for hours." C. M. Dixon said.
""I loved it because I liked him eating the boots and I like the robot. It's funny. And it's kinda cool because I was talking to my dad about space". Review by my six year old" Kindle Customer said.
"My granddaughter just loves this book. She enjoys the story and doing the activities in the back of the book. She really enjoyed "Hi's" adventures. The illustrations are fun and colorful and go along great with the story.
I ( my Granddaughter and I) highly recommend this book to all young readers!" Midge said.
"Author, Melinda Kinsman wrote another funny book about little Aliens......The entire story rhymes from beginning to the end which make little children giggle.....It has also been shown to help with their speech.......The lesson to learn in this story is to be kind to others no matter how different they are.....The illustrations are adorable, bright and colorful......It shows up really nice on my niece's kindle.......At the end of the story there are 4 games for your child to play with the solutions included....You have Match the Aliens to their Shadows, Alien Maze, Spot the Difference and Which characters of Zog The Dog are identical..........
Aliens love Astronauts because they love to eat their boots......What are their favorite colors to eat......What happens when a Robot Ship lands on their Planet with no Astronauts in it...........These are some of the questions your child will be asking while reading along with you.......
The looks on the Aliens' faces were precious :)
For ages 3-6 yrs of age....." Robin Lee said.