Win a Trio of DC Super Hero Books for Kids

DC is gearing up to release several great middle grade graphic novels in October by bestselling authors and artists Meg Cabot (Princess Diaries), Kirk Scroggs (Snoop Troop) and Amy Wolfram (Teen Titans Go!). These books star kids’ favorite superheroes and are part of DC’s new lineup of graphic novels that tell original, relatable stories for kids that are accessible to new readers who are unfamiliar with superheroes and/or have never read a comic book.

The three books we are giving away are: Black Canary: Ignite written by Meg Cabot, illustrated by Cara McGee, The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid written and illustrated by Kirk Scroggs and DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High written by Amy Wolfram and illustrated by Yancey Labat.

Contest entries must be received by midnight PST, October 4th, 2019. The contest is open to residents of the United States only. I love the rest of the world, but I can’t afford the shipping. One entry per person, please.

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    Black Canary: Ignite

    Black Canary: Ignite

    From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Princess Diaries comes Black Canary: Ignite, Meg Cabot’s first graphic novel! With expressive and energetic art by Cara McGee to match the trademark attitude and spunk of Meg Cabot’s characters and dialogue, this mother-daughter story embraces the highs and lows of growing up without growing out of what makes us unique.

    Thirteen-year-old Dinah Lance knows exactly what she wants, who she is, and where she’s going. First, she’ll win the battle of the bands with her two best friends, then she’ll join the Gotham City Junior Police Academy so she can solve crimes just like her dad. Who knows, her rock star group of friends may even save the world, but first they’ll need to agree on a band name.

    When a mysterious figure keeps getting in the way of Dinah’s goals and threatens her friends and family, she’ll learn more about herself, her mother’s secret past, and navigating the various power chords of life.

    Black Canary: Ignite is an inspirational song that encourages readers to find their own special voices to sing along with Black Canary!


    The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid

    The Secret Spiral of the Swamp Kid

    Warning! Unless you have express permission from young Russell Weinwright to access his personal journal, do not read any further. This blurb is strictly off-limits! Seriously, we mean it.

    Okay, if you are still with us, here is what we can share: Russell is a middle schooler; he excessively doodles in his spiral notebook; he has two best friends, Charlotte and Preston; he is not-so-great at sports; and he is pond scum. Nicknamed “Swamp Kid” by his classmates, Russell has algae for hair, a tree trunk of a right arm, webbed toes, and a parsnip for a thumb. Also, Russell’s favorite meal is sunlight. Also, a frog lives in his arm.

    In this notebook, Russell details, in both hilarious text and green-tinted illustrations (complete with ketchup stains!), what it’s like to be different, to be comfortable in his own skin (no matter how slimy), to discover his true talents, to avoid the intense stare of Mr. Finneca (his suspicious science teacher), and to find humor in the everyday weird.

    This is The Secret Spiral of Swamp Kid by writer and illustrator Kirk Scroggs, and you’ll never look at the bayou the same way again.


    DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High

    DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High

    A new era of DC Super Hero Girls begins in DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High! When Batgirl, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, Green Lantern, Bumblebee, and Zatanna are continually late to class because of their crime-fighting, they are sentenced to finding an after-school club for a whole week … or else they’ll be suspended!

    But finding a club is not as easy as it looks, and when the girls keep finding themselves kicked out of the clubs they like, they must think outside of the box and go outside their comfort zones to avoid suspension. Just when they thought secret identities and balancing school with super-heroics had enough challenges!

    DC Super Hero Girls: At Metropolis High continues to develop the relationships forged throughout the beloved DC Super Hero Girls series. This story is perfect for ages 6-10 and a great entry point into the DC Universe and graphic novels.

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