Cole Champion Is Not Super: Book 1
Rebecca J. Allen (Author) Courtney Huddleston (Illustrator)
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DescriptionHi, I'm Cole Champion, and oh-so-very lucky (as my mom's constantly reminding me) to attend the prestigious Honor, Endurance, Resolve, Optimism Junior High. My mom's the principal of HERO Junior High, which is why I'm stuck going there--and sticking out like a sore thumb. How am I supposed to keep up when my classmates can lift cars, become invisible, or break the sound barrier? At least I can excel in science class, where my love of STEM--that's Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math--comes in handy. But science class takes a turn for the worse when the antics of my super-strong classmate put the school in danger. And it seems none of the other students' powers can help. That's where I come in!
Jolly Fish Press
January 01, 2022
5.25 X 7.57 X 0.24 inches | 0.26 pounds
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About the Author
Rebecca J. Allen writes middle grade stories that blend mystery and adventure and young adult stories with kick-butt heroines. Her middle grade mysteries Showtime Sabotage and Math Test Mischief were published under the pseudonym Verity Weaver. When not writing, she loves to rollerblade, hike, practice Pilates, or attempt to reclaim her garden from encroaching weeds.
Courtney Huddleston lives in Houston, Texas, with his wife, two daughters, and two cats named Lilo and Stitch. When he's not in his home studio working, he can usually be found playing video games, drooling over the work of other artists, going on long walks, or playing pranks on the family. While he gets inspiration from everything around him, his favorite way to get inspired is through travel. Courtney has been to most of the states in the United States, and he has visited more than a dozen other countries. He is currently searching for less-expensive inspirations.
"A heroic series debut with a STEM focus that young readers can connect with." --School Library Journal
"Good choice for science, STEM and superhero enthusiasts, as well as libraries needing to expand their collection on these topics." --Children's Literature