Pleskit and Tim swap lunches, leading to unforeseen consequences in this fourth book of the hilarious, fast-paced, and accessible sci-fi series Sixth-Grade Alien from the bestselling author of Aliens Ate My Homework, Bruce Coville.
When Tim has a peanut butter sandwich packed yet again, he and Pleskit decide to swap lunches. Tim is pleasantly surprised to find that while Pleskit’s squambul smells terrible, it tastes like chicken. But Pleskit has an altogether different experience when he eats peanut butter for the first time.
Turns out, he’s allergic! And Pleskit’s reaction can’t be solved by a trip to the nurse’s office—he is absolutely, hopelessly lovestruck!
Not in his right mind, Pleskit quickly gets into trouble. If he doesn’t find a way to fix things, he may have to find a new school—or a new planet!
Bruce Coville has published more than one hundred books, which have sold more than sixteen million copies. Among his most popular titles are My Teacher Is an Alien, Into the Land of the Unicorns, and The Monster’s Ring. Bruce also founded Full Cast Audio, a company that creates recordings of the best in children’s and young adult literature. He lives in Syracuse, New York, with his wife, Katherine. Visit him at BruceCoville.com.
Award-winning illustrator Glen Mullaly’s retro-styled illustrations and comics-inspired fun can be found in print and online in mass market children’s and educational books, comics, magazines, advertising, and editorial and promotional material, as well as on posters, stickers, and greeting cards. His puzzle and papercraft work for McDonald’s is seen by more than one million young people across the US and Canada monthly. Other clients have included Simon & Schuster, Dark Horse Comics, Peaceable Kingdom, and the Bank of Canada. He’s worked with legendary comics artist Ken Steacy on a dozen Star Wars children’s books, and their Star Wars comics for kids have recently been reprinted by Marvel Comics in graphic novel format. Visit him online at GlenMullaly.com or on Facebook at Glen Mullaly Illustration.