Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Free ebook for Kindle: Zack & Zoey's Alien Apocalypse -or- Alien Busting Ninja Adventure by MJA Ware limited time only on Save $2.99 ~Children's ebook

Just in time for back to school MJ Ware is releasing a new graphic e-book for kids.  Zack & Zoey's Alien Apocalypse -or- Alien Busting Ninja Adventure is sure to get the attention of young readers.  I haven't read it yet but I've downloaded a copy and have added it to my list, if Funsmart doesn't beat me too it.  I really like that the author is dedicated to writing stories to draw in even the most reluctant of readers.  As a parent, I also appreciate that the author creates fun and appealing stories without the use of cursing or strong language.  Thank you!  Make sure to download your copy and show your support for the author.  Free Downloads are available August 15 & 16, 2012.  Regular price: $ 2.99

Check back as I'll be having a giveaway coming soon with some of this author's works.

From the Author:
When hungry aliens begin their 'rain' of terror, break out the umbrellas—the aliens can't eat you with an umbrella shoved in their huge mouths.Looking for yummy human tenders, Admiral Nact-bauk invades the local school. Zack and Zoey lead the counterattack armed with rulers, protractors, and dodge balls.They might have a chance, if Nact-bauk didn't gulp down the only teacher brave enough to stand up to him. Even worse, he forces Zoey onboard the alien vessel for dinner — along with a bucket of honey-mustard sauce.Zack will do just about anything to save her. If Principal Blathers won't help, Zack sees no choice but to 'borrow' the principal's car. Chasing the alien saucers, he meets up with a wrinkly WWII hero who thinks he knows the alien's weakness: electric toothbrushes.\Wielding only umbrellas and battery-powered dental weapons, things look grim. Even if the pair manage to rescue Zoey, there's the small matter of escaping a spacecraft flying at over two hundred miles an hour.Can you say, Jetpacks?
Zack & Zoey's Alien Apocalypse is 17,000 words (about the same length as The Wimpy Kid series). It's a kid safe book with no cursing or strong language and features over 50 full-color images.

1 comment:

  1. This definitely looks like something my son would like! Thanks!