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The Revenge of Clayface
The Revenge of Clayface
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DC Super Heroes

The Revenge of Clayface

Billionaire BRUCE WAYNE is asked to support the military’s newest weapon, the ParaBomb X, a high-tech orb that emits a paralyzing light. But during the weapon’s demonstration, a general grabs the orb, crashes through the window, and falls to the street below. BRUCE WAYNE is stunned. When he looks down at the street, he sees the thief turn into a gooey pile of mud and slip down a storm drain with the stolen weapon. He wasn’t a general at all, he was one of BATMAN'S strangest enemies, CLAYFACE.

Reading LevelGrades 2-3
Interest LevelGrades 3-6
Lexile Level610L
ATOS Level4.3
AR Points1
AR Quiz #127464
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandDC Super Heroes
Page Dimensions5 1/4" x 7 1/2"
Page Count56
BindingReinforced Library Binding
List Price: $27.32 School/Library Price

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Library Media Connection - Nick Petrosino

"STAR REVIEW: These high-interest, low-level books will entice struggling readers, reluctant readers, and accomplished readers alike. The Man of Steel and Batman are back with exciting, colorful full-page illustrations in chapter book style. Last son of Krypton sets the background for Superman’s epic adventures, with a plot true to the original Superman storyline. The Museum Monsters introduces readers to the adult reporter Clark Kent and his coworker, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen. Batman continues his quest to rid Gotham City of crime. Emperor of the Airwaves involves a clever scheme by the Penguin and The Revenge of Clayface features Clayface and the Joker. “From the Desk of Clark Kent” highlights the end of each Superman book, and a confidential police file on the main criminal appears in the Batman titles. Added features include discussion questions and writing prompts. This set will be a must-have as it clearly features the “wow” factor of brightly colored illustrations to go along with the exciting plots and well-known characters. Glossary. Highly Recommended." - Library Media Connection

October 1, 2009

Suite 101, All Things Children's Books - Michael Jung

"Old and new fans of Warner Bros’ Superman, Batman, and Justice League animated cartoons from the 1990s and 2000s will enjoy these superhero chapter books, which feature classic favorites Superman and Batman in all-new adventures against devious villains." - Suite 101, All Things Children's Books

February 25, 2013

School Library Journal - Travis Jonker, Dorr Elementary School, MI

"At first glance, these titles appear to be small, hardcover comics. They are, in fact, colorful, action-packed chapter books with loads of appeal. All are original, modern works, but firmly based on the comics that inspired them. The brevity of each volume results in a quick-moving plot with a minimum of development. The writing is generally clear and doesn’t come across as dumbed down. Although background information about the characters is provided, it is assumed that readers are already fairly familiar with these well-known superheroes. Each title includes discussion questions and writing prompts, upping the classroom-connection opportunities. The bold, vibrant illustrations have a crisp, retro style that pairs nicely with the adventures. Sound effects are displayed in expressive fonts that stand out from the rest of the text. Light, brisk pleasure reading that students, particularly reluctant readers, will be clamoring for." - School Library Journal

June 1, 2009

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Eric Stevens

Eric Stevens lives in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is studying to become a middle-school English teacher. Some of his favorite things include pizza, playing video games, watching cooking shows on TV, riding his bike, and trying new restaurants. Some of his least favorite things include olives and shoveling snow.

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