From the New York Times bestselling author of the Sisters Grimm and NERDS comes a new action-packed middle-grade series with aliens, robots, and kids saving the world!
Finn Foley has a lunchbox, and when he opens it, weird things come out . . . like a seven-foot-tall robot and a strange, blinking device that glues itself to his chest. The lunchbox also opens wormholes--shortcuts through space--that take Finn to the farthest corners of the galaxy. Sounds awesome, right?
Not so much. Rocketing through the cosmos attracts the attention of the Plague, a race of gigantic bugs. The thing on Finn's chest belongs to them--it's the most dangerous weapon in the universe--and they want it back.
To fight the Plague, Finn will need the lunchbox, as well as an unlikely squad: Lincoln, the bully; Julep, the coolest girl in school; Kate, Finn's unicorn-obsessed little sister; and Highbeam, a robot spy from another galaxy. If they can learn to work together, they just might have a chance, but the bugs are coming, and they'll stop at nothing to get their weapon--even if it means destroying the world.
About the Author
MICHAEL BUCKLEY is the New York Times bestselling author of Finn and the Intergalactic Lunchbox, the Sisters Grimm and NERDS series and the cocreator, writer, and executive producer of Cartoon Network's Robotomy. He lives in New York City. Visit Michael online at michaelbuckleywrites.com and follow him on Twitter at @michaelwbuckley and on Instagram at @buckleystopshere.
"Buckley (the Sisters Grimm series) spans the galaxy with this humorous story…. An action-packed romp."—Publishers Weekly
“Hold onto your butts as Buckley, author of the popular Sisters Grimm and NERDS series, throws his newest adventure into hyperdrive from page one . . . . Light-speed fun.”—Booklist
“Realistic kids, wild aliens, and unicorns sure to surprise readers add to the fun . . . if the laughs don't keep the pages turning, the action will.”—Kirkus Reviews
"Perfect for Max Brallier and Doctor Who fans seeking an action-packed sci-fi adventure."—School Library Journal
"A satisfying planetary romp, and the promised sequel will no doubt have a crew of fans."—The Bulletin