Super Potato and the Soaring Terror of the Pterosaur

Book 8

From the Series Super Potato

  • Interest Level: Grade 2 - Grade 5
  • Reading Level: Grade 2

Augusta Richly, the world’s richest girl, has grown bored of her unicorn hamster.

Next, she wants a pterosaur—and her father hires villainous super-scientist Malicia the Malignant to make it happen! When Malicia brings the prehistoric creature back to life, it quickly flies away. Now, only Super Potato can drag the giant winged lizard down to earth. Get ready for a pterosaur rodeo!

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Interest Level Grade 2 - Grade 5
Reading Level Grade 2
Genre Graphic Novels
Copyright 2022
Publisher Lerner Publishing Group
Imprint Graphic Universe ™
Language English
Number of Pages 64
Publication Date 2022-02-01
Text Type Fiction—Humor
BISACS JUV008020, JUV002060, JUV008110
Dewey 741.5/973
Dimensions 7 x 9
Lexile 310
Guided Reading Level R
ATOS Reading Level 2.8
Accelerated Reader® Points 0.5
Features Original artwork and Reviewed

Author, Illustrator: Artur Laperla

Artur Laperla is an author and illustrator who lives in Spain. His work includes the Super Potato series and the Felix and Calcite series.


Children's Literature Comprehensive Database (CLCD)

“Augusta Richly is a spoiled little girl. What do you think she might want next…nope not that but a PTEROSAUR! This graphic novel is a high-interest easy read for early readers. It is full of bright colors and appropriate font size for these readers to love the text. Well Augusta gets her wish but then wants to see it fly? What bad could really happen? Well…now let’s think who will save the city from a pterosaur on the loose? Of course super super potato! Will that be easy? Wait why are there now TWO pterosaurs? The text will bring out questions from the reader. Why has Mr. Richley been in a pool for 12 years? Why a pterosaur? As a teacher, this would be a great text to use for instruction or for students to read independently. It can be used to introduce students to graphic novels and how to read them. It can also be used to discuss characters. This might include traits, their characteristics, or how they impact the plot of the story. Teachers also might use the text to explore connections for students including text to text, text to self, and text to world. Reviewer Rating: 4” —Children’s Literature