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About William Boniface
William Boniface may or may not exist. Ordinary Boy, after all, tells his own story. Mr. Boniface could simply be a creation of the publisher in order to fulfill the requirement that an author be listed on the cover of a book. Given that possibility, there is no harm in revealing that Mr. Boniface has lent his name to over two dozen far less wordy children's books that were also in need of an author. Unless, of course, he didn't, which would make this entire biography irrelevent.
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The super town of Superopolis is hiding a gigantic secret! Years ago, a young superhero named Meteor Boy mysteriously vanished during a dangerous mission. But what really happened to him?
Not only that!
There may be more to the Meteor Boy secret than anybody suspected! As Ordinary Boy begins to investigate, he discovers that nobody knows where Meteor Boy came from in the first place . . . and clues start to indicate that he may in fact still be alive.
Who is Meteor Boy?
As the Amazing Indestructo plots to exploit the memory of Meteor Boy for profit, Ordinary Boy knows that the time has come to solve the mystery once and for all. And then Superopolis will finally know the real truth about Meteor Boy. . . .
In a town where everyone is extraordinary, this might just be a job for . . . Ordinary Boy.
In Superopolis everyone has a superpower! Well…almost everyone. Meet Ordinary Boy.
In a town where everyone is a superhero, what if you were the only person with no superpowers at all?
Welcome to the life of Ordinary Boy. He’s...well, he’s pretty much exactly as his name suggests. But things are not so super in Superopolis these days, with the evil Professor Brain-Drain on the loose. To make matters worse, Ordinary Boy and his friends are thrown into the middle of a baffling mystery. Forget superheroes. In a city where everyone is extraordinary, this just might be a job for...Ordinary Boy!
With black-and-white illustrations throughout, this “celebration of the comics genre” (Kirkus) is perfect for readers who love the New York Times bestselling Captain Underpants series and Michael Buckley’s New York Times bestselling NERDS series, as well as young fans of Marvel and DC Comics—and anyone who’s ever longed to be super.
There's something strange going on in Superopolis! The entire population has turned its back on its favorite potato chips of all time. Everyone has switched to the Amazing Indestructo's Amazing Pseudo-Chips. And all because someone named Comrade Crunch told them to.
The weird thing is, no one has ever heard of Comrade Crunch. Who is he, and how is he getting the supercitizens to follow his every command?
That's not the only mystery in town. The superheroes of Superopolis are losing their superpowers! Without their special gifts, they're just . . . ordinary! Luckily, there's one person in town who understands ordinary.
In a city where everyone is—well, was— extraordinary, this might just be a job for ordinary boy!
The thought of bedtime is much brighter with this latest adaption of Lights Out, Night's Out. Featuring glow-in-the-dark ink, along with a portable paperback format, this tale will encourage youngsters of all ages to welcome bedtime. All of the nocturnal creatures from the full-size AniMotion version are here; only this time each sports a special glow-in-the-dark feature. From spinning spiders in sparkling webs to hypnotic hippos with flashing eyes, Lights Out, Night's Out fuses dynamic, glow-in-the-dark illustrations with fun, singsong verse to take children on an imaginative nighttime safari. It's enough to leave little readers clamoring for bedtime.