3rd book: How to make an Alien


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How to make an alien by Martina Zeitler

Ever wondered how aliens are made? Well, I have and now I know the answer.

Greetings, my name is Maximus Jones, scientist, explorer, school kid and all round legend. Through scientific research I have discovered how to make your very own alien friend and I’ll share it with you in my secret experiment book. All it takes is the right ingredients and…

How to make an alien is inspired by science and a splash of imagination. A blend of fact and fiction, it will peek your natural curiosity for wanting to understand how things work. If you like outer space and all its wonders, then you’ll love this book

 

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The long-awaited DIY guide to alien-making is here.

Guaranteed to banish those I’m-bored-mum blues, this stupendous piece of creativity comes with bonus mind-stretching and imagination development.  Martina’s cult following among those who fancy being known as the parent of a future Einstein is well-deserved.

“How to make an alien” is the best fun in the universe.

Ivana, Australia

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Coming to Kindle 28 Feb 2015

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4 Comments on “3rd book: How to make an Alien”

  1. Claire from Switzerland says:

    I always wanted to know what a black hole really was………….doesn’t everyone? Now thanks to you Martina I think I have an idea and I will know if I feel one near by. Well done for entertaining the adults as well as the children with fun facts wrapped in an amazing imaginative game that comes to life in colourful cosmic illustrations.

    • Marti says:

      Thanks Claire, Glad to hear to are a wiser person after having read the book. Who knows, black hole theory might be the next question at the local trivial pursuit pub night. 🙂

  2. Morguie says:

    A super-colorful FUN little exercise in making an alien! Who knew there were several types of black holes? I sure didn’t until I read this snappy little guide! I loved it and cannot wait toread it to my first-grader grandson!


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