Alien in My Pocket: The Science UnFair

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Zack and Olivia weren’t able to send Amp’s spaceship into space, but Zack had a science fair project that was due on Monday. Zack hid Amp’s spaceship in his room so he could fix it later, but then his little brother Taylor found out about Amp’s spaceship. Zack doesn’t want Taylor to know about Amp, so he quickly throws all Taylor’s spying spider robots out the window. Zack’s first try with his science project didn’t turn out so well. But his second try worked really well because Olivia and Amp helped him. When he took his project to the school science fair, he won first prize, even beating Taylor’s robots. But he felt bad, not just because he beat Taylor, but because he knew he didn’t really know why his project worked; it was just Amp telling him what to do. Now Zack has to go on to an even bigger science fair, and Taylor has stolen Amp’s spaceship. Zack has to keep Amp a secret, because Amp is an alien, but how can he do it with a spying brother and problems at the science fair?

I thought this book was boring at the start, but then it got funner and funner and funner at the science “Unfair”. I like this book even more than the first one. I hope there is another book in this series because I think it is a fun book.

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Author Nate Ball, Macky Pamintuan, Illustrator
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 144 pages
Publisher HarperCollins
Publish Date 1/21/2014
ISBN 9780062314949
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Issue March 2014
Category Tweens


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