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The Incredible Rockhead: Rock, Paper, Scissorlegz
The Incredible Rockhead: Rock, Paper, Scissorlegz
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Graphic Sparks

The Incredible Rockhead: Rock, Paper, Scissorlegz

The classic game comes alive! It’s ROCK vs. PAPER vs. SCISSORS in a battle you won’t believe! Will rock pound paper to pulp?! Can scissors cut paper down to size?! Find out in this tremendous TWO-TON tale of the INCREDIBLE ROCKHEAD, the world’s newest superhero!

 
ISBN978-1-4342-4596-0
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Sparks
Age Level8-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count128
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2013
Paperback
Price
$8.95
 


 
 

Reviews

Second Bookshelf on the Right blog - Mai

"This would make a great Nickelodeon show. . . .The characters are charming." - Second Bookshelf on the Right blog

July 27, 2012

Booklist - Candice Mack

"Chip Stone is just like any other kid attempting to navigate his way safely through junior high. He enjoys hanging out with his best friend, Spencer, while trying to catch the eye of popular Jennifer Jones and avoiding the ire of local bully Troy Perkins. All of this changes, however, when Chip suddenly discovers that when he gets upset, he becomes the Incredible Rockhead. As Chip tries to figure out his newfound ability to smash through walls, an emergency arises during a field trip to the city zoo. The animals have escaped and are endangering the students, including Chip’s crush, Jennifer! Does the Incredible Rockhead have what it takes to save the day and capture Jennifer’s heart? Maybe he can with the help of his trusty sidekick, Scissorlegz! This cute, quick, gentle read would appeal to young readers who are not quite ready for the excesses of big-time superhero comics. In terms of dialogue, humor, and atmosphere, this title would appeal to fans of cartoon series such as the PowerPuff Girls." - Booklist

December 15, 2012

Bookworming in the 21st Century

"Review in 75 Words or Less: The Incredible Rockhead is a humorous play off of traditional nerd boys turning into superheroes. Instead of becoming super strong, be able to fly, and do other cool things, Chip's head turns into a rock. In this adventure, he is at the zoo when some animals get out of their cages. He is able to knock the animals out with his head and save the popular girls. Final Verdict: Definitely a fun adventure for those students that can relate to being the odd man out, or just a bit nerdier than everyone else. Still has that comic book hero side to it, while combining more elements of life as we know it. I'd say kids aged 8-12 would get a kick out of this one. http://www.bookworminginthe21stcentury.com/2010/02/book-views-1.html" - Bookworming in the 21st Century

February 28, 2010

 

Crowding the Book Truck blog - Caroline Land

"The art is colourful, the story is action-based, and the writing is funny. If you've ever dreamed of what Rock, Paper, Scissors would be like in a real-life supervillian-fuled version, this is definitely the book for you. I received a copy from NetGalley courtesy of Capstone Young Readers." - Crowding the Book Truck blog

August 20, 2012

Hott Books blog - Gina

"This was just the right length and hilarity to keep my non-reading pre-teen laughing though to the end." - Hott Books blog

September 5, 2012

LitLad blog - Tintin, age 9

"I liked everything about the book. I would recommend it…" - LitLad blog

September 7, 2012

 
Scott Nickel

Scott Nickel

Born in 1962 in Denver, Colorado, Scott Nickel works by day at Paws, inc., Jim Davis's famous Garfield studio, and he freelances by night. Burning the midnight oil, Scott has created hundreds of humorous greeting cards and written several children's books, short fiction for "Boys' Life" magazine, comic strips, and lots of really funny knock-knock jokes. He was raised in southern California, but in 1995 Scott moved to Indiana, where he currently lives with his wife, two sons, six cats, and several sea monkeys.

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