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Two time travelling aliens, Bjorn and Zorn, witness the destruction of the Earth in 2032. They travel in time to collect a little band of misfits, to help them save humanity from itself.
The laid back, Ptoni The Pteranodon, the Ladylike, Florence The Jersey Cow, the excitable, Penelope The Penguin, and the Chicken Nugget obsessed Dax the Maine Coon Cat, set off an adventure that sees them cross the galaxy and back again. Their adventure is filled with drama, fun and chaos. The local drive thru will never be the same again, and neither will Florence’s derriere. Alien abduction can be fun!
Unbridled imagination and a wholly original story line, Atheisaurus 1: Bjorn and Zorn from author Andrew Cahill-Lloyd proves the start of a fantastic journey for young readers. A delightful tale which combines action, adventure and more than a little tongue in cheek observation, Cahill-Lloyd renders his characters in a way that has them all but leaping from the page. They're big, bold and vibrant whilst the narrative structure is perfectly pitched to create the most memorable scenes. The suspension of disbelief may well be a requisite for Cahill–Lloyd’s readers, but his characters prove wholly endearing as they attempt to unravel the mysteries they find themselves encountering on their travels. Cahill-Lloyd writes not only for young readers, but the inner child in all of us and on this level he delivers a genuinely fun read with cleverly nuanced social commentary for his older readers.
Sure to put a smile on the faces of young readers, Atheisaurus 1: Bjorn and Zorn is likely to prove a welcome addition to your child’s reading shelf and a firm family favourite. It is definitely recommended!
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