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Black Canary and the Three Bad Bears
Black Canary and the Three Bad Bears
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DC Super Heroes

Black Canary and the Three Bad Bears

After investigating a blaring burglar alarm, Black Canary spots three baddies up to no good! Gorilla Grodd, Giganta, and Solomon Grundy are stealing high-tech parts for something sinister. The golden-haired hero tails the trio to their lair, and as they head out, she sneaks in. But it won’t be easy foiling the villains’ plot. Canary must dodge three tricky traps, destroy three mind-control machines, and take down three bearish brutes! Can she get things just right to save the day? In this twisted retelling, DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains collide with the Goldilocks and the Three Bears fairy tale to create an action-packed chapter book for kids!

Reading LevelGrades 3-5
Interest LevelGrades 3-5
Lexile Level610L
ATOS Level4.2
AR Points1
AR Quiz #520359
Text TypeLiterature: Narrative
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandDC Super Heroes
Page Dimensions5 1/4" x 7 1/2"
Page Count72
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Laurie S. Sutton

Laurie S. Sutton

Laurie Sutton has read comics since she was a kid. She grew up to become an editor for Marvel, DC Comics, Starblaze, and Tekno Comics. She has written Adam Strange for DC, Star Trek: Voyager for Marvel, plus Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Witch Hunter for Malibu Comics. There are long boxes of comics in her closet where there should be clothing and shoes. Laurie has lived all over the world, and currently resides in Florida.

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