Trickster's Bubble Trouble

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Capstone, Jul 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 49 pages
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AXEL WALKER, the crazy TRICKSTER, likes toys and gimmicks. And this time he’s making mischief using things no one can see. Whether it’s oxygen, air pressure, or invisible gas, the TRICKSTER is bubbling over with evil schemes. Only the FLASH can outwit the nefarious knave. But soon, WALKER traps FLASH within a special bubble, a gigantic glass sphere free of friction. Without friction enabling him to move, the FLASH’s super-speed doesn’t get him anywhere. And the oxygen inside the bubble is quickly running out!

  

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Reason for Reading: My son loves these books and I always read them first before handing them over for bedtime story time. They are above his reading level yet. I love the new Green Lantern and Flash ... Read full review

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Michael Dahl is the prolific author of the bestselling Goodnight Baseball picture book and more than 200 other books for children and young adults. He has won the AEP Distinguished Achievement Award three times for his nonfiction, a Teacher's Choice award from Learning magazine, and a Seal of Excellence from the Creative Child Awards. And he has won awards for his board books for the earliest learners, Duck Goes Potty and Bear Says "Thank You!" Dahl has written and edited numerous graphic novels for younger readers, authored the Library of Doom adventure series, the Dragonblood books, Trollhunters, and the Hocus Pocus Hotel mystery/comedy series. Dahl has spoken at schools, libraries, and conferences across the US and the UK, including ALA, AASL, IRA, and Renaissance Learning. He currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota in a haunted house.

Erik Doescher is a freelance illustrator and video game designer based in Dallas, Texas. He attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Erik illustrated for a number of comic studios throughout the 1990s, and then moved to Texas to pursue videogame development and design. However, he has not completely given up on illustrating his favorite comic book characters.

Mike DeCarlo is a longtime contributor of comic art whose range extends from Batman and Iron Man to Bugs Bunny and Scooby-Doo. He resides in Connecticut with his wife and four children.

Lee Loughridge has been working in comics for more thannbsp;fifteen years. He currentlynbsp;lives in sunny California in a tent on the beach.

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