Aliens Love Underpants

What could be funnier than pants? Aliens in pants – and this book is full of them! You thought they came to Earth to take over the planet – but no! They simply want to steal your pants! This madcap rhyming caper describes the mayhem that breaks out when naughty aliens visit Planet Earth to get their mitts (and tentacles) on pants! Imaginative, merry and full of cheeky chuckles, it’ll have you laughing your pants off!

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  • loved it

    I really liked this book when I was younger its fun colourful a good bedtime story or anytime read

    20 April 2015

  • liked it

    A funny and colourful book. I mean, what better than aliens in underpants? A classic tale with terrific rhymes. Good for 5-8 year olds

    6 March 2014

  • loved it

    Enjoyed this book very funny

    5 March 2014

  • liked it

    I thought this book was funny when the aliens came to earth and played whith the pants

    3 March 2014

  • rubbish

    Sorry to say found this book really dull. Great pictures but I found the story really boring.

    7 March 2013

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Authors

  • Claire freedman 37331

    Claire Freedman

    Claire Freedman is the author of the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants books.

    Awards

    Claire Freedman and Ben Cort won the Richard & Judy prize for the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants in 2007.

  • Ben Cort

    Ben Cort is the extremely popular illustrator of several children’s books, which have been published in 18 languages in 20 countries worldwide. His picture books include Under the Bed, 3-2-1 Bedtime, Pigs Can’t Fly, My Jolly Pirate Pack, the Squeaker Books and the Fun Phones series. Ben lives in Bedfordshire with his wife and two children.

    Awards

    Claire Freedman and Ben Cort won the Richard & Judy prize for the best-selling Aliens Love Underpants in 2007.

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