Mothership by Martin Leicht
(Ever-Expanding Universe)

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Teen pregnancy is never easy—especially not when extraterrestrials are involved. The first in a new trilogy that’s part Juno and part Aliens.

About Martin Leicht

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Martin Leicht decided at the age of three that he wanted to spend his life spinning stories, and he went on to receive his MA from the Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU. He lives in New York City, though his heart will always be in Philadelphia.Isla Neal grew up in a small mountain town in Southern California and earned her MFA in Creative Writing for Children and Teens at the New School in in New York City, where she currently lives and works.
Published July 10, 2012 by Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. 337 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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More aliens show up to defend the girls, including Cole, who turns out to be an alien himself, part of a race that has been impregnating Earth girls for centuries.

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In this futuristic comedy/adventure, first in the Ever-Expanding Universe tri­logy, Leicht and Neal introduce the most unlikely of protagonists: unwed 16-year-old mother-to-be Elvie Nara.

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Elvie Nara was doing just fine in the year 2074.

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