Three cute little
aliens escape from a planet that is one giant, intergalactic,
food court. They end up on Earth in Ed's tree house, longing
to find jobs and teleport their fellow food court slaves
What a simple but fun idea! But is it worth the price of
You'll be reminded of the best in animation as you read
this well-drawn romp with Ed, who is probably eight or nine
years old. The colors are vibrant and perfect for the minimalistic
art. The visual storytelling is flawless.
You'll also enjoy the writer's vivid storytelling, characterization,
and imagination. In 84 pages, the writer and artist create
characters and situations that are guaranteed to
delight children and adults as well.
Ed's Terrestrials is highly recommended for adults who love
to read to preliterate children, and for first readers.