My Best Friend Is A Human, Really!!! (Book #1 Of The “My Best Friend Is” Children’s Adventure Book Series)
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Human Boy Wanted For Friendship And Fun
That’s the last thing Kristopher Larson had on his mind when he got an intergalactic message from an alien boy by the name of Norg V’Plaktian, a fun loving space alien from the planet Alsaria. When Norg decides to take up Kristopher’s invitation to come to earth, the fun and excitement are just beginning.
The story is told from Norg’s point of view as he shares all the fun, the adventures and the special friendship that bonds both Norg and Kristopher together. You will laugh out loud as Norg tries his best to acclimate himself to Earth’s weird customs before he must say goodbye.. After a day of fun in New York City during a cold December day, Norg and Kristopher realize they will be friends for life.
Can An Alien And A Human Really Be Friends
Find out how in this hilarious and heartwarming story of what true friendship is all about.
Humans will see that aliens are just like them while aliens reading this will see that humans have a good sense of humor and are fun to be with
Readers will relate to how they found their own best friend and the tender, funny and charming way the two races come together despite their differences.
This is a book readers will appreciate because it doesn’t talk down to them but instead, shows them what true friendship is all about.
This is the first book in the “My Best Friend Is” Children’s Adventure Book Series and author A. J. Westin weaves a delightful tale of friendship between a human and a space alien but with a twist. Having the story told from the alien’s point of view allows for the reader to discover human behavior with Norg first hand while being entertained through each passing adventure.
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