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The Incredible Rockhead
This title covers these subjects: Superheroes -- Fiction., Graphic novels., Humorous fiction.
The Incredible Rockhead
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Graphic Sparks

The Incredible Rockhead

Whenever Chip Stone's in danger, he's instantly transformed into a hulking beast with a giant head of rock. Although the power helps him overcome or, more accurately, smash apart his fears, the transformations aren't helping his social life.

GenreFantasy & Science Fiction
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
Interest LevelGrades 2-5
Lexile LevelGN520L
ATOS Level2.2
AR Points0.5
AR Quiz #130915
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Sparks
Page Dimensions6" x 9"
Page Count40
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $24.65 School/Library Price

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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." - Bookworming in the 21st Century

February 28, 2010

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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