Steve the Alien


Children - Grade K-3rd
54 Pages
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Author Biography

G. Brian Benson, founder of Reawaken Media, is an award-winning and #1 best-selling author, actor, filmmaker, and inspirational speaker. His mission is to wake up the world with conscious, thought-provoking media that inspires. As a 4x Ironman triathlete, Brian knows the value of hard work and never giving up on his dreams, a message he shares with audiences through each of his creative talents. A parent himself, he understands the importance of creating positive, fun, and empowering literature for children to thrive. Brian lives in Los Angeles, CA

    Book Review

Reviewed by Stephen Fisher for Readers' Favorite

Steve the Alien by G. Brian Benson begins with a boy named Zeke who, while walking along on a snowy winter’s day, hears a sound in the sky. Zeke soon discovers that a spaceship is landing right near him. His mind is racing with all kinds of thoughts and ideas about what could be happening at any moment. When a little green creature emerges and speaks to Zeke, Zeke is surprised that the alien speaks English. His name is Steve and he tells Zeke that he is on a scavenger hunt. A contest to see who can find and bring back the best pair of shoes. Steve tells Zeke that he learned to speak his language at school, and that is where he got his license to fly. He answers Zeke’s questions about how many planets he has visited, and how far he has flown.

G. Brian Benson does a superb job of bringing this short story to life, especially with the help of Paul Hernandez, whose wonderfully bright and colorful illustrations jump right off the pages. The way this story is presented, I could actually visualize a teacher, parent, or librarian reading this book to a group of children, showing them the vibrant pictures as each page is turned. I also thought it was really cool that the story was written in verse, which reminded me instantly of Dr. Seuss. Steve the Alien is a wonderfully put together package of words and pictures that hit a home run with me. Well done!

Kathy Ferder, Salem, Oreg

What a fun story.... a breath of fresh air! "Steve The Alien

Kathy

Thank you kindly Kathy for all of the sweet words! And yes....get writing! It's good for the soul :) Have a wonderful holiday season! Sincerely, Brian