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The Space Ship Returns to the Apple Tree

The Space Ship Returns to the Apple Tree What travels faster than light but looks like a peanut roaster Marty s new Bamboozerlergical Metal Martinean Interspacial Superphotic Astral Rocket Disk of course The twelve year old from space is b

  • Title: The Space Ship Returns to the Apple Tree
  • Author: Louis Slobodkin
  • ISBN: 9780020450108
  • Page: 231
  • Format: Paperback
  • What travels faster than light, but looks like a peanut roaster Marty s new Bamboozerlergical Metal Martinean Interspacial Superphotic Astral Rocket Disk, of course The twelve year old from space is back for another summer of adventure with his pal Eddie This time, the boys want to tour the United States, but there is one small problem they only have four days to do itWhat travels faster than light, but looks like a peanut roaster Marty s new Bamboozerlergical Metal Martinean Interspacial Superphotic Astral Rocket Disk, of course The twelve year old from space is back for another summer of adventure with his pal Eddie This time, the boys want to tour the United States, but there is one small problem they only have four days to do it and Marty hasn t quite learned to fly his new ship

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    About "Louis Slobodkin"

    1. Louis Slobodkin

      Louis Slobodkin entered the Beaux Arts Institute of Design, where he studied drawing, composition, and sculpture, at the age of fifteen In his six years there, he won over 20 medals for his work, and was awarded the Louis Tiffany Foundation Fellowship.In 1927, Slobodkin married Florence Gersh, a poet and children s author However, Slobodkin did not become involved in children s literature until 1941, when he illustrated The Moffats, by his friend Eleonor Estes.In 1944, Louis Slobodkin won the Caldecott Medal for illustrating Many Moons, written by James Thurber.During his career, Slobodkin illustrated nearly 90 books, 50 of which he also wrote He and his wife collaborated on five books.

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    1. The fascinating but still irascible Marty, the Martinean has retunred to the apple tree on Eddie's Grandmother's farm.He is set to complete the mission he did not finish in the first book. The scientists at home have discovered two new metals, one transparent and one visible. These are the new Bamborzoligial Metals.So the Martinean scientist have provided Marty with a disguised spaceship.Btw, Slobodkin like to create tongue twisting or amusing names for Marty's gizmosThe outer part of the Spaces [...]


    2. This was my second gateway book to science fiction. My 3rd grade teacher kept pushing dreary "good little girl" books at me, which I wanted no part of. I liked books about kids (girls, boys, didn't matter) who did stuff and occasionally got in trouble. That's Eddie and Marty all over.There are actually five of these books, but West Park Elementary's library only had the first two. Highly recommended for young readers, even though they are somewhat dated.


    3. Awesome book, the best in the series. I borrowed this book from the library about twenty times when I was a schoolkid.



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