Draw-it-yourself Adventures: Alien Attack by Andrew JudgeDraw-it-yourself Adventures: Alien Attack by Andrew Judge

Draw-it-yourself Adventures: Alien Attack

byAndrew JudgeContribution byChris Judge

Paper over Board | May 16, 2017

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Welcome to Doodletown, where readers create the story!

When an alien spaceship crash-lands outside the Doodletown school, readers race with Daisy Doodle to follow the trail across town and back to the alien's ship.

Quick! Draw yourself a ladder to get over that fence! Now blast off in a rocket ship and connect the dots to navigate an asteroid field! WAIT! Do you have your permission slip to travel into space? Go back to page 34!

Young readers can sketch, doodle, and draw their way through the story with different options for arriving at the conclusion. And when they're finished, it's easy to go back to the beginning and create a whole new alien adventure.

From author Andrew Judge and his brother Chris Judge, illustrator of the Danger Is Everywhere series, comes a brand-new hybrid chapter book series full of fun prompts and silly jokes that are sure to entertain kids and have them reaching for the next book!

Andrew Judgehas written and illustrated countless short stories and comics with his brother, Chris, including regular features for the arts and culture magazinesMongrelandTotally Dublin. He lives and works as an architect in Ireland.Chris Judgeis the award-winning author and illustrator of the picture booksThe Lonely BeastandTinand the...
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Title:Draw-it-yourself Adventures: Alien AttackFormat:Paper over BoardDimensions:128 pages, 8.25 × 5.75 × 0.75 inPublished:May 16, 2017Publisher:Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:031646421X

ISBN - 13:9780316464215

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Praise for Danger Is Everywhere:
"Sharp, humorous.... For kids who have outgrown Scaredy Squirrel and Alvin Ho but still share their angst, or for fans of the Wimpy Kid-style diary/graphic novel hybrids, this will offer all that they crave."
-The Bulletin