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They'll Believe Me When I'm Gone

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Max is convinced that aliens are coming for him, and he can't wait. Living with aliens will be a hundred times better than living with his pesky big brother and listening to his father's boring questions about school. His alien mom won't make him eat broccoli or wear clean underwear, and playing basketball will be a snap where there's little gravity. No one at home or scho ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published July 14th 2003 by Dutton Juvenile
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Amy Axelrod is the author of many picture books, including The Pigs Will Be Pigs Math Series (Simon & Schuster).
Her debut novel, Your Friend in Fashion, Abby Shapiro (Holiday House 2011) was based on her childhood growing up in the 60's.
"Funny, lively, sensitive- a real winner! (Kirkus)
Amy's latest novel was co-authored with her son, David, who works in publishing.
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