This month was all about Superheroes. My boys could not wait to get their hands on these books, yay!!! From robots in disguise to A big green fighting machine and even a cute and funny freckleface this month’s case was an awesome mix of brawn and brains. This month Bookcase.club sent me these three books to review.
Transformers: Sideswipe versus Thunderhoof
Bumblebee is back and has joined forces with a group of young Autobots to fight some of Cybertron’s most notorious Decepticons and return them to “jail”. In other news Sideswipe and Strongarm help a farmer out who’s tire has burst almost causing a catastrophic explosion when an oncoming fuel tanker nearly hits the farmer’s truck, all while keeping their identities secret. At an old Steel mill Steeljaw and his gang are under pressure and tensions is running high. Thunderhoof is mad because he wants to be the head honcho and decides to stage a takeover. When Bumblebee arrives the fight is already in full swing after a pep talk from Prime Bee attempts to arrest the Decepticons. That does not go over to well and Sideswipe jumps in to fight Thunderhoof. Thunderhoof then uses his poweful stomp to cause a quake but it backfires and he is trapped under the rubble. Does he get out? What happens next? Pick up your copy today to find out.
Marvel: The Avengers
Nick Fury is in New Mexico desert with his right-hand agent Maria Hill. He should be on S.H.I.E.L.D’S Helicarrier handling business as the director of the Superhero faction known as S.H.I.E.L.D (Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement and Logistics Division). As Fury meets up with another agent Phil Coulson at the research base alarms begin sounding off. Seems as if something is happening with the artifact known as the Tesseract. Hydra tried using the artifact to power doomsday weapons. Tony Stark’s dad had recovered it and they have been trying to unlock its secrets for years. Somehow the Tesseract has turned itself on and nobody knows how or why. Evacuation may be futile because they do not know how powerful the artifact is. As the Tesseract’s energy spikes a doorway is opened, the same doorway that Thor came through. when the energy faded a lone man was kneeling on one knee. He had long black hair was dressed in leather and had a spear, Loki. Loki is Thor’s brother (adopted by Odin) when Loki steals the Tesseract and places Hawkeye and Dr. Selvig under his “mind control”. The other Avengers must fight Loki and his army in order to save the world. I personally loved this book. I read it in about 45 minutes and could not put it down. My 10 year old son is reading it now and I think he is hooked. He has requested the entire box set for his upcoming Birthday.
Freckleface Strawberry: Backpacks!
This book was written by the beautiful and extremely talented Julianne Moore (The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Hunger Games). Freckleface loved bugs, so mach in fact that she had them on her backpack. Inside her backpack were the usual suspects: pencils, homework and gum…..yes gum. Her friend Windy Pants Patrick loved dogs, they were on his backpack. Inside his backpack were pencils, his homework and a doughnut… Neither one’s parents knew of the extra things that were added to their backpacks, off to school they went. When it is time to hand ion their homework, they colored maps, their was a problem. Freckleface had gum on hers and Windy Pants Patrick had a glob of doughnut on his. When their messes for creativity they know that they have to come clean. What happens next? Are Frecklface and Windy Pants Patrick doomed, get your copy and find out….
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I received these books for review purposes. All opinions are my own.