A Field Guide to Aliens by Johan Olander
Intergalactic Worrywarts, Bubblonauts, Sliver-Slurpers, and Other Extraterrestria

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"A Field Guide to Aliens" is the first truly comprehensive guide to Earth's extraterrestrial visitors and includes profiles of more than twenty-five previously undocumented aliens. With this essential field guide, you'll: learn about each alien's origin, diet and distinguishing features; check out their cool tech gadgets (from lasersaws to slime grenades); get the most up-to-date information on alien sightings; see the undeniable evidence of aliens on our planet (from a giant club found in the countryside to an oddly familiar helmet and mask left in a living room; and, find out how you can become an alienologist, too. Have you ever noticed strange words spelled out in the night sky? Do you know which alien can't be alone? Are you sure that a Knutt has never played a prank on you? Find out all of that and more in this delightfully eerie collection of extraterrestrial lore.

About Johan Olander

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Johan Olander is the author of A Field Guide to Monsters and A Field Guide to Aliens. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his family. Stay up-to-date with Johan’s research by reading his blog: www.monstrology.com
Published September 25, 2012 by Two Lions. 61 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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Concluding after years of reports and direct observations that approximately 45 percent of the world’s monsters are actually aliens, Olander, author of A Field Guide to Monsters (2007), offers illustrated notes on 28 types of interstellar interloper—from the harmless Intergalactic Worrywarts of P...

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