Zartog's Remote by Herbie Brennan
(Middle Grade Fiction)

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An eight-year-old Earth girl helps a visiting eight-year-old extraterrestrial after he loses the remote control device for his flying saucer.

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Herbie Brennan is the "New York Times" bestselling author of the Faerie Wars series as well as a multitude of other fiction and nonfiction books, including "The Shadow Project", the first book in this series. His work has been published in more than fifty countries. He lives in an eighteenth-century rectory in Ireland with his wife and eight cats, where he divides his time between his writing and a lifelong study of the paranormal . . . including out-of-body experience. Layton uses pencil, paint, ink, and marker, among other media, to create his illustrations. About HOT HOT HOT, he says, "Oscar and Arabella would have lived in the most recent Ice Age, which ended about 10,000 years ago. There probably weren't any combs, mirrors, or scissors then. I made that up. Animals would have had to cut their woolly coats with blunt stone axes. (Just kidding)." Neal Layton holds degrees in graphic design and illustration, and lives in England.
Published May 8, 2000 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC. 96 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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There (on Earth), he briefly encounters a girl named Rachel and her dog, and unknowingly they switch their remote controls: Zartog flies off with the remote for Rachel's TV, leaving her with the remote for his flying saucer.

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