Clem is a dog with a secret: he is an alien from Planet Kax! He discovers he has the ability to manipulate thoughts. He goes a little nuts with this, telling squirrels to throw pine cones at the pesky little dogs next door and telling ants to eat the little dogs’ food. But at the end he discovers what he is supposed to be doing with this talent.
“After a few pages I fell in love with this book. I couldn’t put it down. The point of view is spot on for the book. Who knew an author can actually get the point of view of a dog right?”
“Such an amazing and vividly detailed story. This puts an entirely new perspective on dogs. I would recommend this to anyone who loves dogs (especially large breeds).”
Clem’s humans adopt a dog to be his brother, but Oreo is a rascal who would rather chew up the humans’ shoes.
“Full of things that will make you laugh and touch your heart.”
“As a parent, it is hard to find good clean books that my son will actually read and enjoy. The Dog Aliens series delivers this consistently through out. My wife, son and I all read the books together and we all enjoyed them. Being a Dog owner, we know joke about our dog reading scent signals and relaying messages. We even discussed briefly if he knows he is from Kax or not.”
At three months old, Clem faces his first day of Kaxian duty with anxiety. What will his assignment be? His tail has a mind of its own, which doesn’t help matters any.
“This story made me want to get to know the dogs in my neighborhood.”
“This is about as cute and lovable as SciFi can get!”
Author note: A reviewer says they’re “like an alien version of Beverly Hills Chihuahua vs Air Bud!” I love that, and I agree.