Alien in the Class. My Life on the Wrong Planet
Easy-to-read and humorous
for young readers.
It’s a “Put your hands in the air”-book. A book to cheer for … the successful combination of creative abundance in a tight, easy-to-read format makes you wish you could be prime minister for a day so you could put “Alien in the Class” in the backpack of every first grader …
Janne Karin Støylen, Bergens Tidende 5/6 stars
There’s a lot of indications that Ulrik F. Oma is living on the wrong planet. There are no signs of intelligent life in his class and everything is chaos at home. On top of that, the bully Bob makes Ulrik feel like trash. One evening, a mysterious zigzag light streaks across the sky. The next day, a girl with unusual talents joins the class. Who is she? Can Ulrik make a friend? Will Ulrik ever be able to fight Bob and the others at school?
Alien in the Class is a book for everyone who has ever felt alone, for those who prefer drawings before difficult words, and for those who wonder if there is life in outer space. And that’s probably the most of us …