Aliens love underpants

Claire Freedman

Book - 2008

There is no underwear in space so aliens visit Earth and play in the clothes drying on the line.

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Stories in rhyme
Picture books
Happauge, N.Y. : Barron's 2008.
[1st U.S. ed.]
Item Description
Originally published: London : Simon & Schuster, 2007.
Physical Description
unpaged : col. ill. ; 29 cm
Main Author
Claire Freedman (-)
Other Authors
Ben Cort (illustrator)
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Illustrations and rhyming text reveal the true reason aliens visit Earth is that they deem underpants so much fun to play with.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

When aliens come to Earth, it is for the simple reason that they love to play with and hide in freshly laundered underpants of all shapes and sizes.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

(back cover) When aliens fly down to Earth, They don't come to meet YOU... They simply want your underpants-- I'll bet you never knew! This zany, hilarious story is simply out-of-this-world-- you'll laugh your pants off!

Review by Publisher Summary 4

It's a totally zany story with some of the silliest illustrations to appear in many seasons--which is to say that Aliens Love Underpants will be a surefire hit among toddlers and beginning readers. When little aliens fly down to Earth, they don't come to visit because they want to meet the Earthlings. They simply want to steal everybody's underpants! They like them large or small, they like them red or green--and they like them in all other sizes and colors, too. They think that Mom's pink, frilly panties are a perfect place to hide. And Grandpa's woolly long johns make a super-whizzy slide! The text is in verse, the illustrations are big and bright, and kids who open this book will giggle from first page to last.