LUKE LLOYD: ALIENOID
BY JOHN ARNSTRONG

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After enjoying a fantastic reception this year from local schools  with The Grumpiest Boy in the World, our company would delight in sharing with your students this entertaining and thoughtful story of a boy who feels like he just doesn't fit in.  
  
Luke Lloyd is a smart, funny, shy and highly imaginative young boy – who has no friends at school. In fact, he feels like he’s not even of the same species as the other kids in his class. But that isn’t surprising, because he’s not. Luke’s father (whom he has never met) came from a distant planet - which makes Luke half human, half alien. He’s an ‘alienoid’. Which explains a lot, thinks Luke.
Fresh from the imagination of AFI and Logie Award-winning writer John Armstrong, Luke Lloyd: Alienoid speaks to the little bit of alien in all of us.

TERM 2
WEEKS 9 and 10
TOURING PRIMARY SCHOOLs
THROUGHOUT FNQ

$5/student
TELL YOUR SCHOOL ABOUT LUKE LLOYD today

  
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