So what's it like living with Atomic Ace, a dad who battles robots and can fly? It's not as weird as you might think--after all, Ace is always there to fix Saturday lunch and play ball with his son. Mom is just Mom and Dad is just Dad.
|Publisher:||Whitman, Albert & Company|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.15(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 9 Years|
About the Author
Jeff Weigel is an author, illustrator, and designer. He worked with Michael P. Spradlin to create the New York Times bestseller It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Zombies, a book of zombie Christmas carols. Weigel has also written his own children's books, Atomic Ace (He's Just My Dad) and Atomic Ace and the Robot Rampage in addition to his graphic novel Thunder From The Sea: Adventure on Board the HMS Defender.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
What's a guy to do when he has a super hero for a father? After all, most dads can't fly (on their own) or battle robots or catch bank robbers. But, if he's the only dad you've ever known that's just normal. Your mom is just your mom and your dad is just your dad. Unfortunately, some of the kids at school tend to think this particular father isn't normal at all but rather weird. Granted, it is unusual to have a father who is sometimes zapped by rays and shrunk to six inches tall or left with an ant head by an arch enemy. When news gets around that dad has the face of an ant the kids at school really begin to tease. However, good triumphs over evil and Atomic Ace captures the Insect King, thus restoring dad's normal face. Now, dad is a hero to everyone. But, to one boy his dad is just his dad, and he likes it that way. 'Atomic Ace' is a fun and imaginative story focusing on familial love and support.