Batman: Mad Hatter's Movie Madness

Batman: Mad Hatter's Movie Madness

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by Donald Lemke, Gregg Schigiel, Lee Loughridge
     
 

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Billionaire BRUCE WAYNE and his teenage sidekick, TIM DRAKE, have tickets to a new Alice in Wonderland movie. Unfortunately, JERVIS TETCH, also known as the MAD HATTER, has infiltrated the theater and installed his micro-circuitry into the 3-D glasses. When the movie begins, dozens of GOTHAM teens are brainwashed! That night, TIM and the other teens awake, rush to the… See more details below

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Billionaire BRUCE WAYNE and his teenage sidekick, TIM DRAKE, have tickets to a new Alice in Wonderland movie. Unfortunately, JERVIS TETCH, also known as the MAD HATTER, has infiltrated the theater and installed his micro-circuitry into the 3-D glasses. When the movie begins, dozens of GOTHAM teens are brainwashed! That night, TIM and the other teens awake, rush to the MAD HATTER'S lair, and receive instructions to rob the city's jewelry stores. They obey the demands, but soon run into BATMAN! The DARK KNIGHT must follow the teens, stop the MAD HATTER, and save the BOY WONDER from Wonderland.

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Susan Thomas
It is down the rabbit hole for Batman as he searches for the reason that masked teenagers are stealing jewels all over Gotham City. His sidekick, Tim Drake (a.k.a. Robin), is involved in the heists, but leaves Batman a clue so that he can figure out the Mad Hatter's brain washing technique. The story begins at the showing of a new Alice in Wonderland movie where Bruce Wayne (Batman) and Tim are confronted by a peculiar usher. Bruce is the only one in the audience unable get the 3-D glasses to view the movie and therefore escapes the control of the Mad Hatter. The comic book style of illustration and the sound words that are highlighted throughout the story are quite appealing. The additional information at the end of the book includes a profile of the villain, glossary, discussion questions and writing prompts. This would be a good choice for older elementary, low level readers. Reviewer: Susan Thomas

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434216755
Publisher:
Capstone Press
Publication date:
09/28/2010
Series:
Batman Series
Pages:
48
Sales rank:
629,235
Product dimensions:
5.20(w) x 7.40(h) x 0.30(d)
Lexile:
NC740L (what's this?)
Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

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