The Bradberrie Brothers Alien Adventure
There is trouble afoot in Mr Haggardy’s classroom. An unexplainable explosion in a science experiment wreaks havoc once again and Principal Penwright knows exactly who to blame! Can Brian and his brothers solve the mystery before the snooping Mrs Witherbottom discovers the unbelievable truth behind all the shenanigans?
Brian, David and Simon Bradberrie return in part two of their alien adventure. Mischief and mayhem abounds whenever they are involved. The school is a disaster zone but is it really their fault this time?
- Science Experiments
- Problem Solving
- Early Reading
- 6 years + as an early first reader
- 4 years + reading at home with parents
- Reluctant readers
- Literacy Assistance/Reading Recovery
- ESL students
Available at these locations
Questacon The Nation Science and Technology Centre, Parkes ACT
Paperchain Book Store, Manuka ACT
Shine Gifts Cullen Bay & the Waterfront, Darwin WA.
Ronda Paglia - 5 stars on Good Reads
The poor Bradberrie Brothers are in trouble again – this time over mysterious messes that keep popping up in school – and they get blamed. Talk about being in the ‘wrong place – at the wrong time.’ The boys set out to discover who or what is causing all the ruckus – and those huge messes. They end up getting in heaps of trouble – with Mr. Haggerty, their teacher; their neighbor, Mrs. Winterbottom; and of course, Principle Penwright – a Bradberrie’s worst nightmare.
Ms. Bennett’s style of writing is fun, funny, and easy to read. Kids will fly through this book. The illustrations are super cute and add to the humor of the story. If your chapter book readers enjoy mystery, science, mischief, AND little green aliens – they will love this adventure by Sandra Bennett.
Spoiler Alert: There is one major problem with Ms. Bennett’s book, “Alien Shenanigans” – it stops with an out-of-this-world cliff hanger! Gak! Thanks, Sandra, I wasn’t ready to quit reading – and your young readers will be begging for more!
I loved this adorable, funny, green alien story and feel it deserves 5 intergalactic stars, for sure!