Battle of the Brain-Sucking Robots (Super Goofballs Series #6) [NOOK Book]

Overview

A few superheroes you've probably never heard of . . .

Oh Yeah!

Donny Dazzle, the famous music producer, is turning the Super Goofballs into super rock stars!

Oh No!

Meanwhile, the superevil Big Bad Blob of Blah wants to wipe out the goofballs' wonderful weirdness forever and transform them into an army of Blecchh-powered robots! Oh ...

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Battle of the Brain-Sucking Robots (Super Goofballs Series #6)

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Overview

A few superheroes you've probably never heard of . . .

Oh Yeah!

Donny Dazzle, the famous music producer, is turning the Super Goofballs into super rock stars!

Oh No!

Meanwhile, the superevil Big Bad Blob of Blah wants to wipe out the goofballs' wonderful weirdness forever and transform them into an army of Blecchh-powered robots! Oh Nooooooooooooo!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061855757
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/7/2009
  • Series: Super Goofballs Series , #6
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 144
  • Age range: 7 - 11 Years
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Peter Hannan is an artist, writer, producer, and professional goofball. He is shockingly handsome. People have been known to faint when they see him. He is the creator of the animated TV series CatDog, and is the author and illustrator of the Super Goofballs series and The Greatest Snowman in the World! He lives with his family in California.

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Super Goofballs, Book 6: Battle of the Brain-Sucking Robots

Chapter One

In the Middle of Nowhere in the Middle of the Night

Man, do I love driving a hundred miles an hour at night . . . backwards. I used to feel nervous when Granny did it, but now that I do the driving, it makes all the difference. Listen, reader: don't try this at home. I mean on the road. First, I'm a professional superhero. And second, I'd recently installed a night-vision camera with a sixty- millimeter optical system that rotates three hundred and sixty degrees and feeds HD video directly into the screen of my helmet, so I see better driving backwards at night than your average Joe sees driving forward during the day.

And in that screen I saw a car approaching in darkness—no headlights. Moonlight provided a quick glimpse of the driver's silhouette. If you wanted to be polite, you'd say this guy was plump, but politeness isn't always all that accurate. In truth, he was unbelievably fat. Inconceivably obese. More of a blob than a man. How he squeezed himself into that car just may have been the greatest unsolved mystery of the universe. His huge, squishy, hot dog–like fingers pushed a handwritten sign up against the glass:

I hate super weirdos!

And then he disappeared down the road in a cloud of exhaust.

Hmmm. Well, I thought, you can't please all the people all the time, and that guy in that car is probably crazy but harmless.

Anyway, this was an exciting road trip because we were heading off to become rock stars. The band was called Goofballs + Ferret. It's not the best name, because Granny and I are notGoofballs. I mean that's obvious—when it comes to me, anyway. But it became convenient to call the house the House of Super Goofballs, so I'm just thrown into it, I guess. It used to bother me, but it doesn't so much anymore. I was as excited about the band as all the other Goofballs were. Speaking of which, they were all asleep, so I was enjoying a little peace and quiet.

Super Goofballs, Book 6: Battle of the Brain-Sucking Robots. Copyright © by Peter Hannan. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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