Author: David Lawrence
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
Release Date: 2017-06-05
Alien Brother is about an alien race, light years from Earth, who have been monitoring Earth’s technological developments, which have caused a fear that Earth may be close to making space travel to planets such as their own light years away. Concerned over Earth’s increased technology and their lack of maturity as witnessed by Earth’s increasing political and social struggles and their apparent inability to resolve them, the aliens have developed a way to travel to Earth. Their initial visits end unsuccessfully. However, they finally master the travel and manage to convince an Earthling to merge with them on the basis this partnership can heal the Earthling’s son who lies critically injured and who can only be healed through the powers provided by the alien. Little does the Earthling know the significance that merging with this alien will cause. Through a series of adventures, the Earthling and a woman friend begin a trip full of dangers and evidence of other aliens already on Earth. The alien through the human finally brings situations to a head with a confrontation with those who are politically in charge.
Aliens have been a major theme in science fiction literature from the very beginnings of the genre...though they seem to have morphed over the decades from humanoids (six-limbed and blue though they might be!) to the utterly incomprehensible to noncorporeal energy beings -- and everything in between! This collection focuses on aliens as depicted in many different forms over many different decades. While in no way comprehensive -- I'm not sure a "definitive" book of alien stories could ever be assembled -- we think this one is, at the very least, a lot of fun. Included are: THROUGH MUD ONE PICKS A WAY, by Tim Sullivan LABORATORY, by Jerome Bixby BEULAH, by Talmage Powell ALIEN STILL LIFE, by John Gregory Betancourt DEAD RINGER, by Lester del Rey ESCAPE TO EARTH, by Manly Banister LESSON IN SURVIVAL, by Frank Belknap Long SCIENTIFIC METHOD, by Chad Oliver THE BEES OF DEATH, by Robert Moore Williams THE BIG FIX, by Richard Wilson THE CARNIVORE, by Katherine MacLean THE LARGE ANT, by Howard Fast "THIS WORLD IS OURS!" by Emil Petaja RAINBOW JADE, by Gardner E. Fox A CITY NEAR CENTAURUS, by Bill Doede THE MENACE FROM ANDROMEDA, by Arthur Leo Zagat & Nat Schachner THE BIRDS OF LORRANE, by Bill Doede CONES, by Frank Belknap Long ALIEN OFFER, by Al Sevcik THE GOOD NEIGHBORS, by Edgar Pangborn THE SOUTH WATERFORD RUMPLE CLUB, by Richard Wilson THE TEACHER FROM MARS, by Eando Binder BELIEVE IN TANGIBLES, by Everil Worrell A LITTLE KNOWLEDGE, by Charles V. De Vet TRADER'S RISK, by Roger Dee UTTER SILENCE, by Edward Wellen If you enjoy this ebook, don't forget to search your favorite ebook store for "Wildside Press Megapack" to see more of the 300+ volumes in this series, covering adventure, historical fiction, mysteries, westerns, ghost stories, science fiction -- and much, much more!
Molly of Mars and her Alien Sister Molly and Pirra have always gotten along famously. They share the same bedroom, they tell each other every secret, and they're best friends. Quickly though, Molly finds out that growing up has a way of changing every relationship in her life, even the one she cherishes the most. Pirra's new responsibilities make her unbearable. Molly tries to repair the damage when she gets invited along with Vicky and Pirra to a party for ultra popular Heidi Hollisters. But it doesn't work our how Molly expects. Separated because of a blow up, Molly finds herself regretting everything she'd did that night. Her relationship with her sister will never be the same. She and Vicky set out to solve the mystery of what happened. In the process, she uncovers more about the Alien Syndicate and faces off against masked men, aliens, and her own regrets. For ages 10+, Harry Potter level reading. Check out www.mollyofmars.com
Jake Sherman has switched bodies - again. And this time with an alien. A funny-looking alien. From a planet where aliens sit around and watching TV and eating junk food all day long. Sounds good to Jake but the alien has run off with Jake's body. Does Jake really want to be a couch potato...forever?
Author: Darcy Pattison
Publisher: Mims House via PublishDrive
Release Date: 2014-07-18
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
School Library Journal says, "VERDICT: This fun chapter book series is out of this world." A LOVE OF READING STARTS HERE. . . Publisher's Weekly says, "amusing" and "engaging and accessible. SHIPWRECKED When Dad spills dovitch on their spaceship's control panel, they crash land on Earth. BEFRIENDED When Bree smiles, Kell says, "It's like the Earth's sun is shining inside me." Without his BFF, Bree, Kell wouldn't be able to survive 3rd grade. CIVILIZED As new citizens of Earth, the Smith family must figure out how to make a living. Bree is having a birthday next month and wants an alien-themed party. With Kell's help, the family starts a party-planning business, Aliens, Inc. An alien party should be as easy as flying from star to star. But what do aliens know about what Earthlings think of aliens? Can they pull off the party? HUNTED Principal Lynx is President of the UFO Chasers. She's convinced that someone in third grade is an alien! Will Kell and Bree survive 3rd grade? Will the Aliens, Inc. pull off a successful alien party? Will Principal Lynx catch the aliens in their midst? Come and read this exciting and hilarious adventure with those lovable aliens from planet Bix. REVIEWS "This fun chapter book series is out of this world."School Library Journal 2/1/15 The Aliens Inc. Series is "amusing" and "engaging and accessible." -- Publisher's Weekly 8/2014 Audiobook Version: "Doing alien voices gives narrator Josiah John Bildner a fun challenge. . . This is a worthy addition to the alien genre for kids."Audiofile Magazine 5/2015
Dieses Buch zeigt Ihnen: - wie man Freunde gewinnt - wie man auf neuen Wegen zu neuen Zielen gelangt - wie man beliebt wird - wie man seine Umwelt beeinflußt - wie man mehr Ansehen erlangt - wie man im Beruf erfolgreicher wird - wie man Streit vermeidet - wie man ein guter Redner und brillanter Gesellschafter wird - wie man den Charakter seiner Mitmenschen erkennt - wie man seine Mitarbeiter anspornt und vieles mehr...
This up-to-date, engaging presentation of the mass media helps readers use the media to teach the media and explore its excitement, complexity, and impact on our lives. Widely praised for his ability to make learning interesting, Vivian's story-telling style excites readers as they explore the ever-changing subject of mass communication. "The Media of Mass Communication "places a strong emphasis on the challenges of today's media while building on its extensive coverage of media history, effects, technology, and culture. The coverage of media literacy, at the core of Vivian's text since the first edition, has been enhanced with two new features that push students to think critically. The three part-organization-the media, media messages, and media issues-provides a framework for readers to understand the big picture behind today's media issues. "Media Technology" boxes demystify the techo-changes rampant in today's media; "Media People" boxes profile key figures in media industries; "Media Databank" boxes display media facts and data; "Media Timeline" boxes place key media events in historical perspective; "Media Online" boxes provide URLs for related Web sites. Media literacy, global mass media, media effects, radio, TV, film, books, newspapers, magazines, the Internet, media entertainment, media ethics, media law, public relations, advertising, Anyone interested in the media (movies, journalism, film, broadcasting, newspapers, books, etc.) or anyone interested in pursuing a career in those fields.
Author: Len Kasten
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Release Date: 2013-05-05
Genre: Body, Mind & Spirit
Documents how 12 people, as part of a top-secret U.S. government program, traveled to the planet Serpo and lived there for 13 years • Based on the debriefing of the Serpo team and the diary of the expedition’s commander • Explains how the aliens helped us reverse-engineer their antigravity spacecraft and develop technology to solve our planet-wide energy problems • Reveals how our government has an ongoing relationship with the Serpo aliens On July 16, 1965, a massive alien spacecraft from the Zeta Reticuli star system landed at the Nevada test site north of Las Vegas. Following a plan set in motion by President Kennedy in 1962, the alien visitors known as the Ebens welcomed 12 astronaut-trained military personnel aboard their craft for the 10-month journey to their home planet, Serpo, 39 light-years away. In November 2005, former and current members of the Defense Intelligence Agency--directed by Kennedy to organize the Serpo exchange program--came forward to reveal the operation, including details from the 3,000-page debriefing of the 7 members of the Serpo team who returned after 13 years on the planet. Working with the DIA originators of the Serpo project and the diary kept by the expedition’s commanding officer, Len Kasten chronicles the complete journey of these cosmic pioneers, including their remarkable stories of life on an alien planet, superluminal space travel, and advanced knowledge of alien technologies. He reveals how the Ebens presented the U.S. with “The Yellow Book”--a complete history of the universe recorded holographically, allowing the reader to view actual scenes from pre-history to the present. He explains how the Ebens helped us reverse-engineer their antigravity spacecraft and develop technology to solve our planet-wide energy problems--knowledge still classified. Exposing the truth of human-alien interaction and interplanetary travel, Kasten reveals not only that the Ebens have returned to Earth eight times but also that our government continues to have an ongoing relationship with them--a relationship with the potential to advance the human race into the future.
Author: Maria Montoya
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Release Date: 2016-12-05
GLOBAL AMERICANS speaks to an increasingly diverse population of students who seek to understand the place of the United States in a shifting global, social, cultural, and political landscape. America’s national experience and collective history have always been subject to transnational forces and affected by global events and conditions. In recognition of this reality, this insightful new text presents a history of North America and then the United States in which world events and processes are central rather than colorful sidelights. The narrative recovers the global aspects of America’s past and helps students understand the origins of the interconnected world in which they live. By weaving together stories, analysis, interpretation, visual imagery, and primary sources from across time and place, this book presents a revised history that reflects America’s -- and Americans’ -- relationship to events and peoples across the continent and beyond. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.