It may look like a beetle to everybody else, but Gemma knows that the tiny thing with gold spots that has landed on her hand is a spaceship. She can hear little alien voices in her head, saying that they are here to have fun. The aliens are able to make hair stand on end, hoops fly and food dance. But then the aliens' unearthly exploits start to go too far. Enid Richemont has also written "The Time Tree", "The Game", "Wolfsong", "The Glass Bird", "The Magic Skateboard" and "Kachunka!". Tony Kenyon's other books include "Jam For Tea", "Gordon in the Garden" and "Holly and the Skyboard".