The Invasion (Animorphs Graphix #1) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Animorphs series.
- #2: The Visitor (Animorphs #2) (Paperback): $7.99
- #3: The Encounter (Animorphs #3) (Paperback): $7.99
- #4: The Message (Animorphs #4) (Paperback): $6.99
- #5: The Predator (Animorphs #5) (Paperback): Email or call for price.
- #6: The Capture (Animorphs #6) (Paperback): Email or call for price.
- #7: The Stranger (Animorphs #7) (Paperback): $7.99
Sometimes weird things happen to people. Ask Jake. He could tell you about the night he and his friends saw a strange light in the sky that seemed to be heading right for them. That was the night five normal kids learned that humanity is under a silent attack -- and were given the power to fight back.
Now Jake, Rachel, Cassie, Tobias, and Marco can transform into some of the most dangerous creatures on Earth. And they must use that power to outsmart an evil greater than anything the world has ever seen. . . .
About the Author
Chris Grine is an artist and writer for Hallmark where he creates humorous greeting cards. Chickenhare was nominated for an Eisner Award for best publication for a younger audience in 2007. Chris lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with his wife and their daughter.
"[The Animorph books] were dark and witty and thrilling, endlessly inventive and achingly sad. They made me laugh out loud and cry myself to sleep. I've been thinking about them for twenty years." -- The Paris Review
"Engaging ... impressive." -- School Library Journal
"There's clearly something about Animorphs that has kept kids enthralled." -- Publisher's Weekly
Praise for Chris Grine's Chickenhare:
"An imaginative, outlandish and rollicking adventure."-- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Chris Grine's Time Twisters:
"As satisfying and enjoyable as a big-budget animated sci-fi feature." -- Kirkus Reviews
"The clean backgrounds, dynamic perspectives panels, and bold linework emphasize action and physical comedy, but the story's thoughtful consideration of grief and destiny nicely counterbalances its wilder twists and turns." -- Publishers Weekly