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The Boy From the UFO

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Barney has been moved around so much, he doesn't want to get close to his new foster family because he'll probably just have to leave again. His younger brother fits right in, and it's clear their "parents" like him better than Barney anyway. Then, on a foggy night, Barney meets Tibbo, an alien boy from another planet. He and Barney become friends, and when Tibbo offers to ...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published January 1st 1981 by Scholastic (first published 1979)
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My 5th grade home room teacher let me read this series, and I fell in love with it. It just mezmerized me. It was funny, scary, eerie, creepy and exciting. I finally found a used copy, but never ended up reading it again! I need to dig it out and do it.

This series is worth a few dollars on the used section of your favorite bookseller site. Just DO it! :)
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Margaret Goff Clark was born March 7, 1913 in Oklahoma City, USA. At five, she and her family moved to Olean, New York. She attended Columbia University and State University in Buffalo, earning a bachelor’s degree in education. She began writing when her children were young and published her first book, "The Mystery Of Seneca Hill" in 1961. As a result, Ms. Clark was adopted into the Seneca Indian ...more
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