The Incredible Three and a Half Superheroes

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The Brain’s superpower is being not brainy. (He was going to use a vacuum for a flying machine.) Action Barbie moves around a lot. The Chameleon is not invisible; he’s just really hard to spot. Dickie the Chicken’s superpower is being imaginary. They are fighting against the people in 6B (6B stands for everything). Aunt Boadicea’s having a birthday, and if anything goes wrong, her face will go red and AAAAHHHH! (That’s just my theory, because she’s kind of grumpy.) She’s related to The Brain. He’s going to dress as Georgie the Jolly Giraffe in the best act ever, and it is called “the standing around act.” Will the Incredible Three and a Half defeat Devil, the teacher with bad breath? Read the book to find out.

This book is funny! My favorite part is when Georgie the Jolly Giraffe’s horns bump into the singer, and she flies into the air and falls in the banquet (that probably has lots of doughnuts, because Aunt Boadicea loves doughnuts). I give this book three-and-a-half stars. I would have given it four, but there were a lot of bad words—and I’m not giving any examples! It was translated from German. Maybe someone translated it really wrongly. “Poopyhead” would have been funnier.

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Author Frank Schmeisser
Star Count 3/5
Format Hard
Page Count 224 pages
Publisher Little Gestalten
Publish Date 27-Apr-2015
ISBN 9783899557404
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Issue May 2015
Category Tweens


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