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Books with title Asimov's Extraterrestrials

  • Asimov's Extraterrestrials

    Isaac Asimov, Martin Greenberg, Charles G. Waugh

    Paperback (Armada, )
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  • Extraterrestrial

    William Kotzwinkle

    Hardcover (Putnam Adult, June 25, 1982)
    A lonely boy befriends an extra-terrestrial botanist who, separated from his ship, is left stranded on Earth
  • Extraterrestrials and U.F.O.s

    The New York Times Editorial Staff

    Paperback (New York Times Educational Publishing, July 15, 2019)
    In December 2018, a bright blue light appeared over New York City. In thousands of Instagram posts and tweets, New Yorkers wondered: Could the light be signs of aliens? Although the lights turned out to be connected to a Queens powerplant, the curiosity they sparked speaks to the fascination we have for signs of life outside of Earth. The articles in this collection relate to the search for extraterrestrial life, detailing both the science that guides us toward it as well as the communities who believe it is already among us. In book reviews, op-eds, and feature reporting, scientists and journalists attempt to make sense of the question: Are we alone? Features such as a glossary and media literacy questions and terms engage readers beyond the text.
  • Extraterrestrial

    A.M. Thornton

    Paperback (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, May 5, 2015)
    Earth is ruined and there’s no returning. The sickness lies in every continent. The only way for the human race to survive is to escape the planet. Now the surviving population revolves around Earth in the new world, the Station. There is no more violence or poverty. Sam aspires to travel the cosmos, just like any other teen at her school. Orphaned as a baby, she finds herself alone in the small home, the Station. Busy with her studies, she finds herself an outcast among friends. George is new at the school and mysterious, but nobody seems to notice except Sam. She sees him everywhere she goes, every step she takes. Then she learns the truth, the whole truth, forcing her to choose between her future and her family.
  • Extraterrestrials

    Ivor Baddiel, T.A. Blezard, Ivor Baddie, Colin Sullivan

    Hardcover (Hodder Wayland, Oct. 31, 1998)
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  • Extraterrestrial

    Brittany Allen, Freddie Stroma, The Vicious Brothers

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  • Extraterrestrials

    Terence Dickinson

    Paperback (Camden House, Aug. 16, 1994)
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  • Extraterrestrials and U.F.O.s

    The New York Times Editorial Staff

    Library Binding (New York Times Educational Publishing, July 15, 2019)
    In December 2018, a bright blue light appeared over New York City. In thousands of Instagram posts and tweets, New Yorkers wondered: Could the light be signs of aliens? Although the lights turned out to be connected to a Queens powerplant, the curiosity they sparked speaks to the fascination we have for signs of life outside of Earth. The articles in this collection relate to the search for extraterrestrial life, detailing both the science that guides us toward it as well as the communities who believe it is already among us. In book reviews, op-eds, and feature reporting, scientists and journalists attempt to make sense of the question: Are we alone? Features such as a glossary and media literacy questions and terms engage readers beyond the text.
  • Extraterrestrial

    A.M. Thornton

    eBook (, May 14, 2015)
    Earth is ruined and there’s no returning. The sickness lies in every continent. The only way for the human race to survive is to escape the planet. Now the surviving population revolves around Earth in the new world, the Station. There is no more violence or poverty.Sam aspires to travel the cosmos, just like any other teen at her school. Orphaned as a baby, she finds herself alone in the small home, the Station. Busy with her studies, she finds herself an outcast among friends. George is new at the school and mysterious, but nobody seems to notice except Sam. She sees him everywhere she goes, every step she takes. Then she learns the truth, the whole truth, forcing her to choose between her future and her family.