Secret Identity Crisis (The Amazing Adventures of Nate Bank Series #1)

Secret Identity Crisis (The Amazing Adventures of Nate Bank Series #1)

by Jake Bell, Chris Giarrusso
     
 

Sixth grader Nate Banks, who's obsessed with comic books, leads a normal life until he discovers his history teacher may be a superhero.

As the three-time winner of the Ultimate Comic Book Trivia Championship of Knowledge, Nate Banks has always been the sixth grade's biggest comic book expert. But when a mysterious new superhero shows up in town, not even Nate

Overview


Sixth grader Nate Banks, who's obsessed with comic books, leads a normal life until he discovers his history teacher may be a superhero.

As the three-time winner of the Ultimate Comic Book Trivia Championship of Knowledge, Nate Banks has always been the sixth grade's biggest comic book expert. But when a mysterious new superhero shows up in town, not even Nate knows who she really is. And when he sets out to discover Ultraviolet's secret identity, all of the clues seem to lead Nate to the least likely suspect-his uptight history teacher, Ms. Matthews! Could she really be moonlighting as a super-powered crime fighter? It's up to Nate to find out!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780545156691
Publisher:
Scholastic, Inc.
Publication date:
05/01/2010
Series:
Amazing Adventures Of Nate Banks Series, #1
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
7.64(w) x 5.34(h) x 0.43(d)
Lexile:
880L (what's this?)
Age Range:
8 - 12 Years

Meet the Author


Jake Bell has worked as an accountant, a TV sports anchor, a radio disc jockey, a stagehand, a professional wrestling referee, a movie studio intern, a file clerk at a law office, a bagel baker, a minor league second baseman, a marketing consultant, a magician, a cameraman, and an amusement park bathroom cleaner. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona with his two kids, from whom he regularly poaches ideas for his writing.

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