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When Alien Troops Stop Human Poop is the first book in the series ‘Rhea’s Summer Adventures.’ The book is targeted at boys and girls between eight to fifteen years old. You will love the exploits of Rhea, an adventurous girl who saves planet Earth from dangerous aliens, so don’t stand back. Grab your copy now!
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There’s no water on the planet Polonium, so its people are searching for another planet to settle in. They identify Earth as a potential future home, but how do they occupy it without first killing all the humans living there?
Four Polonese commandos are sent to Earth to take over the planet. The first person they meet is a 12-year-old girl called Rhea.
Though she is scared, Rhea understands that she must save Earth from the Polonese aliens. Since she is staying with her grandma for the summer, she decides to seek Grandma’s help.
To convince the aliens that they are talking to the right people on Earth, Rhea tells them that she is a princess and her grandma is the Queen of Earth. Rhea and her grandma convince the aliens that human beings are very strong and can’t be won over easily. Eventually, the aliens start believing that humans can’t be killed with bullets or bombs and are ready to give up.
Just before they leave, a small mistake by grandma convinces the aliens that stopping the humans from pooping, will kill them all. As a result, the Polonese aliens ensure nobody on Earth can poop. Now Rhea and her grandma have to step up their game to save Earth.
Will Rhea and her grandma be able to help the humans poop again? Will the Polonese win over Earth? Find out when you get your copy.
Jamshed V Rajan (1975-Still alive & kicking) was born in Jamshedpur and hence the name.
His first attempt at writing a novel was when he was just 12 years old. Written in his double-line school notebook it was titled "The Sign of the Broken Spear." He is glad it didn't get published because it was fully inspired by Franklin W Dixon's "The Sign of the Crooked Arrow." Now whenever he reads it, he has a good laugh.
Jammy, as Jamshed V Rajan is affectionately called, loves spending time with kids. Playing with them, telling them stories and listening to their stories.
He intends to write books for kids from 4 to 15 years old. If you are interested in chatting up with him, do drop him an email at email@example.com