The truth about the Super children is finally exposed, and the town of Noble’s Green has created a special boarding school for its superpowered children. That’s where Daniel’s friends are headed, while he - regular kid that he is - is headed to summer school. But all is not well at the Academy for the Extraordinarily Gifted, or in Noble’s Green. A clique of popular kids has taken over the school. And at the same time, vandals have been destroying property all over town, and citizens are beginning to blame their gifted young residents
"Practically Perfect Finale"
Daniel Corrigan is as regular as can be, especially when compared to the Supers: kids in his new hometown with actual powers like flight and super strength. But Daniel's not powerless. Only he was able to stop the Shroud, a supervillian bent on stealing his newfound friends' powers. And thanks to him, his friends got to keep those powers.... Now Daniel himself is starting to display powers, while at the same time, his friends are losing theirs. His friend Eric thinks Daniel is just becoming a Super himself. But Daniel worries there may be something more sinister at work, since his power-stealing ability is uncomfortably like the Shroud's.
The New York Times best-selling author of Uglies discusses his latest series - which takes readers on a fantastical adventure around the world, set in an alternate-history World War I, complete with living airships-with Matthew Cody (Powerless) and middle graders and teens ages 12 and up.
The cartoonist and best-selling author of the Big Nate books gives a behind-the-scenes look at his funny and clever middle-grade series, and comic strip (published in over 250 newspapers), which follows a spunky self-described genius on an unforgettable trail through the sixth grade in a comic book-style diary.
The author of The Bartimaeus Trilogy discusses his new novel with Matthew Cody (author of the upcoming book Powerless) that follows a young shepherd on a hero's quest. Along the way he encounters highway robbers, terrifying monsters, and the truth about the legends he grew up listening to. Co-presented with Bank Street Bookstore.