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Use this tag on [story-identification] questions when the work is a book series or when the written media is unclear but use a more specific tag where appropriate e.g. [novel], [novella], [short-stories], [anthology-book], etc. Use this tag to indicate the question is about the book version or adaptation of a work. For differences between the book and other versions, such as a movie, use [adaptation-comparison].

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Are the resistance all children? Do they have the power to turn into animals? Does being able to turn into animals prove surprisingly useful to their effort? Could be Animorphs by K. A. Applegate. There are tens of books in the series. The aliens are called Yerks, I can't remember much more. …
answered Aug 1 '13 by Colonel Panic
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The Tripods series, by John Christopher? The aliens sit in walking tripods. They enslave humans with thought-controlling caps. Children can't be fitted with caps (their skulls are still growing), so t …
answered Aug 1 '13 by Colonel Panic